In a summer dominated by dueling candidates, Pokemon Go and headlines from abroad, news that a paleontologist who grew up in Columbus found the first-ever evidence of a horned dinosaur in Mississippi may have been overshadowed.
The dedication of a new organ project at 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23 will enhance the music ministry of First Baptist Church in Columbus.
"Dinner and a Mystery" is the title of a special Mississippi State event taking place Oct. 28 to support the Save the Children's Syrian refugee fund.
For a much-anticipated window of time each fall, Dwight and Jean Colson's farm in Caledonia sprouts a thriving crop of the young and young-at-heart.
The Amicae Auxiliary of Columbus of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. is asking the Lowndes community to assist with a drive to gather head scarves and wigs for cancer patients.
The Arbor Day Foundation will brighten up fall by offering 10 free autumn classics trees or five free crape myrtle when for those who join the organization in October.
Mississippi University for Women has been recognized on the 2015 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
A $7.2 million gift from the Charles E. and Viola G. Bardsley Estate will endow a scholarship program for Mississippi State University veterinary students.
Dreams. They are a universal experience. Stories, images and scenarios our minds create as we sleep. For centuries, cultures have pondered their meaning, these emotional and sensory occurrences that have even been credited for critical inventions or discoveries.
When Gill Harris picked up a trumpet and joined the seventh-grade band, he could not know he would one day be tutored by some of the most illustrious names of the Big Band era.
Betty Jo Backstrom, Vernon Davis and Sammie St. John have shared a lot through the many decades of their friendship. Recently, they also shared a life milestone -- turning 90 together.
Mississippi University for Women's Department of Health and Kinesiology will celebrate Women's Health Awareness Week Oct. 4-6 with presentations that empower women to make healthier choices.
There was a time when the word "drone" had a lot more to do with bees than with multi-rotored flying robots.
September is National Recovery Month and two residential treatment centers in Columbus are partnering for the first time to "bring recovery to light."
Community Counseling Services' Prevention Program will kick off the Prevention Roll Out Campaign Sept. 30-Oct. 1 with inspirational speakers and free family activities.
On a heat-smitten day 154 years after he died, Hugh Washington Ivy at last received a headstone.
Area chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution are joining with chapters throughout the state of Mississippi to celebrate Constitution Week Sept. 17-23.
Talmage Boston, a prominent Texas attorney and historian, will be the featured speaker Thursday, Sept. 15 for a special fall-semester event at Mississippi State.
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