Columbus extended Southern hospitality to 27 visitors from Australia this past week.
Carole McReynolds Davis was an original. When she passed away in June 2014, Starkville's civic cheerleader left a legacy of enthusiasm that was evident in everything she undertook. And Davis loved hats -- creating them, wearing them, sharing them.
Animal lovers from far and near converged on the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine campus April 10-11 for the "Wizard of Pawz There's No Place Like Home" open house.
Growing Scouts can go through uniforms at a rapid clip.
Members and associate members of the Mississippi Chapter of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge have established scholarships for direct descendants of Mississippi veterans of the World War II Battle of the Bulge, the Ardennes.
The singing woke him up, so one account goes. The noise, it's been said, was enough to draw Jefferson Davis -- then a candidate for the U.S. Senate visiting Columbus -- out onto the second-story balcony of Snowdoun to see what was afoot.
Camp Rising Sun will be honored Monday in Jackson with the Governor's Initiative for Volunteer Excellence (GIVE) Award for Outstanding Achievement in a Nonprofit.
Christine Butler-Williams of Columbus honors mothers with her latest collection of welcomes, poems, skits and speeches titled "Mother's Day Program Planner for Successful Church Programs."
Beauty and biodiversity can coexist in the landscape, and it is not that hard to accomplish.
When Dixie Butler moved into Temple Heights in the summer of 1969, she had no way of knowing she would spend the next 46 winters and springs preparing the house for visitors to the Columbus Spring Pilgrimage.
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