Members of the Bernard Romans DAR Chapter and Shuk-ho-ta Tom-a-ha DAR chapter in Columbus will gather today at 2 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church to ring church bells in celebration of Constitution Day.
Mississippi State University students collaborated with students from Starkville Oktibbeha School District's Sudduth Elementary School to envision a master plan for a playground.
Community members can help Mississippi State University assist students affected with day-to-day crises or displaced by catastrophic disasters like the most recent hurricanes, according to Jana Berkery, director of Annual Giving for MSU.
Mississippi University for Women's Office of Campus Recreation invites the community join them for the eighth annual Charity Fitness Party to benefit The Boys and Girls Club of the Golden Triangle.
Help your houseplants make a smooth transition from their outdoor summer home back inside for winter.
Those suffering from substance use disorders -- alcohol and drug addiction -- or individuals with a mental health diagnosis in the Golden Triangle have something Community Counseling Services believes they could add to their "gratitude list" -- access to great behavioral health care through a variety of outlets and resources, said Martha Allen of CCS.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library is among 12 library systems the Mississippi Library Commission (MLC) has named as Mississippi Library Stars for Fiscal Year 2016.
Chances are Hank Vaiden will never forget how he spent Labor Day 2017.
A Mississippi State alumnus and veteran environmental archaeologist now is serving as interim director of the university's Cobb Institute of Archaeology.
Mississippi University for Women awarded approximately 882 degrees in 2016-17, the largest number in its history.
The Fant Library on the campus of Mississippi University for Women will celebrate the publishing of The Mississippi Encyclopedia Monday at 5 p.m.
Events in MUW's fall Forum Series hosted by the Gordy Honors College will focus on global travel and cross-cultural awareness.
An eager rustle among spectators signaled that the bride was about to enter. Heads turned in anticipation. Piano music played and smiles broke out as she began a slow procession down the aisle.
Two distance degree programs offered by Mississippi State's College of Education are among the nation's best, according to two new reports.
Alexei Harrison has been named director of the Culinary Arts Institute at Mississippi University for Women.
When students returned to Cook Elementary Fine Arts Magnet School earlier this month, they learned of something new to celebrate.
Gardening enthusiasts spend the summer weeding, watering and tending to vegetables. The effort has paid off with a bountiful harvest. Maximize the flavor and nutritional value of homegrown vegetables with proper harvesting and storage.
New Columbus Police Department officers recently completed police academy training. Pictured Aug. 10 are, in front from left, Officer Raymond Lee, Director of Training Elizabeth Patrick, Public Relations Officer Rhonda Sanders, Officer Eugene Betts, Officer Haley Lucas, Officer Emily Konior, Officer Tommie Stinson, Officer Aaron Conley and Officer Erica Moody. On the second row are Assistant Chief Fred Shelton, Physical Fitness Instructor Kevin McCrary, Officer John Tulipan, Officer Alvin Ellis, Chief Oscar Lewis, Officer Raymond Cyr, Officer Kenneth Davis and Officer Jonathan Vergne.
Much attention is focused on preventing identity theft to safeguard finances, but medical identity theft can be just as devastating.
As summer fades and social media announces how many weeks remaining until Dec. 25, thoughts begin turning to Operation Christmas Child (OCC).