By day, she's a mild-mannered teller at a credit union in Starkville. Courteous, neat, efficient. Nothing to hint at the chokeholds, locks or disabling blows she could deliver to take a bigger, stronger adversary to the ground.
In 1936, members of the Bernard Romans DAR chapter in Columbus were voting to donate 25 cents per member for "the Ellis Island project."
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As the last day of January became history, all deer hunters in Mississippi's Hill Zone -- which includes the Golden Triangle -- hung up the camo.
The Stephen D. Lee Foundation once again will offer and elegant and festive way to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle celebrates Heart Month during February by offering the public a special reduced price screening for heart disease while also generating needed funding for nonprofit organizations in Lowndes County.
Mississippi University for Women's spring Forum Series presented by the Gordy Honors College will feature Meg Hutchinson, mental health advocate and award-winning musician, Thursday Feb. 9.
Wearing a black "Face Off" T-shirt with "#TeamRJ" across the back, Robert "RJ" Haddy plunged his hands into a bucket Wednesday night, up to his palms in goo that would soon become a head.
When Trudy Gildea was a child of 10, she sat in the audience at New York City's Carnegie Hall, awed by the music of Austrian-born violinist Fritz Kreisler.
Two of Mississippi's well-known talents are teaming up to boost awareness and fundraising that helps students in recovery succeed in college.
Heritage Academy's Board of Directors, faculty, staff and students will hold a groundbreaking ceremony at 9 a.m. Tuesday to signal the start of construction on Martha Claire Kennedy Fitzner Hall.
Mississippi University for Women's International Student Association was the recipient of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority's Global Impact Award.
Mississippi State students and alumni will have opportunities Tuesday and Wednesday to share resumes and shake hands with employer representatives from around the country.
"It's a great stress reliever ... there's nothing like stabbing wool," laughs Pauline Crouse, nimbly taking the carpeted stairs to her crafts room on the second floor.
Mississippi University for Women's spring Forum Series presented by the Gordy Honors College will feature civil rights activist Peggy Wallace Kennedy, daughter of Gov. George Wallace, who attended the university in the late 1960s as it was being integrated.