Evelyn Claire "Evie" McIntyre of Columbus earned Top Ten honors as she represented Lowndes County July 25 in the 2015-2016 Distinguished Young Women of Mississippi competition in Meridian.
United Way of Lowndes County and FamilyWize Community Service Partnership, an organization focused on improving the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities, announced that local residents saved $261,827 on prescription costs during the past year ending May 31 as a result of the partnership between the two organizations.
Charles "La La" Evans has never met a stranger in his 82 years of life.
Clay County's "landscapes of memory" are revealed to new generations in a book to be released Aug. 3.
The Mississippi Alliance for Arts Education honored Stephen Cunetto of Starkville July 14 with its 2015 Thad Cochran Distinguished Arts Educator Award for theater.
Back-to-school supplies can often include expensive items that can blow the family budget, but a little preparation can help keep the cost down.
Not so very long ago, the walls of an 1843 log cabin stood weathering toward obscurity in Chicot County, Arkansas.
A long-time Mississippi State University floral professor is now teaching the Mississippi public about floral design.
One of the most widely recognized butterflies in North America, the monarch, is disappearing fast.
Travel emergencies can happen at any time, but planning ahead with well-stocked first-aid kits can help take the sting out of road disasters.
The Starkville Area Arts Council (SAAC) has been awarded a $20,000 grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC).
When vacations beckon, finding reliable care for a beloved family pet is too often an afterthought, a detail to be left to a friend, neighbor or the teenager down the block.
Mississippi State's English Language Institute is providing Southern flavor to a program that helps international graduate students prepare for American college life.
When Aaron Jenkins began working for Cracker Barrel Old Country Store three years ago, the 2007 Caledonia High School graduate didn't envision that career path would eventually lead right back home.
"Once upon a time." That's how Carlos Rosales hopes any book ever written about his life will begin.