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West Point preps for first annual Art Walk set for April 13

Posted 4/6/2013 in Community

Organizers are describing it as a "perfect storm" -- a mighty spring storm of creative art and festivities that will hit West Point Saturday when the West Point/Clay County Arts Council presents the first annual Historic Downtown Art Walk.

 

School news: Columbus High Honor Roll

Posted 4/6/2013 in Community

 

Hope is on the line: When all seems lost, CONTACT's suicide prevention training can save lives

Posted 3/30/2013 in Community

Amy remembers the day she picked up a razor to attack the seething anger she had bottled inside. At that drastic moment, life simply seemed too heavy to bear. The abrupt loss of her longtime job and the deaths of her father, mother and grandmother had propelled her toward crises.

Public officials to share their favorite childhood books at Table Talk

Posted 3/30/2013 in Community

Friends of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library will host April's first Table Talk this Wednesday, April 3. Find out how some of our local political office holders will finish this sentence: "My favorite childhood book is ... "

 

MUW, Hinds announce new culinary arts partnership

Posted 3/30/2013 in Community

Hinds Community College and Mississippi University for Women announced details Wednesday of a new agreement that will be a boon for students studying the culinary arts in the Jackson area.

 

 

Auditions open for talent show to benefit youth

Posted 3/30/2013 in Community

Youth and families involved in Community Counseling's NFusion Program will host a talent show April 26 at the Starkville Sportsplex to raise funds to support their activities.

 

 

School news: Immanuel Christian School Honor Roll

Posted 3/30/2013 in Community

 

 

Community Calendar for the week of March 24, 2013

Posted 3/23/2013 in Community

 

Errolton returns to the Columbus Pilgrimage, joining other historic homes in welcoming visitors

Posted 3/23/2013 in Community

As a little girl, Gaines Gaskin twirled in front of mirrors in her hoop skirts and Pilgrimage finery before running lightly down the stairs of her family's antebellum home, Errolton, to welcome visitors. She and her mother, the late Chebie Gaines Bateman, were among dozens of hostesses throughout Columbus sharing some of the South's most beautiful architectural gems -- and interesting stories.

 

Charity Ball court to be presented April 6

Posted 3/23/2013 in Community

 

 

School news: Columbus High Honor Roll

Posted 3/23/2013 in Community

 

 

MUW to launch new online master's program

Posted 3/16/2013 in Community

This summer Mississippi University for Women will launch its Master of Science in Global Commerce program, which will be delivered completely online. Its purpose is to prepare graduates to manage global business operations to the benefit and competitive advantage of companies across the region.

 

Coontz headlines women's history month celebration

Posted 3/16/2013 in Community

Nationally-known historian and family studies expert Stephanie Coontz will play a major role March 20 as part of Mississippi State's Women's History Month Celebration and the Gender Studies Lecture Series.

 

School News: Heritage Academy Honor Roll

Posted 3/16/2013 in Community

 

Creatures great and small: Cedarhill still offers sanctuary to big (and little) cats in need of a home

Posted 3/9/2013 in Community

"Well, hello, it's about time you woke up, girl!" Michelle Cranford calls in a sing-song greeting to Cinderella, a female Bengal tiger lazily waking from a morning bask in the sun. Like the other 10 tigers, six lions, three bobcats, two cougars, two wolves, six horses, seven pot belly pigs, four exotic birds and almost 200 domestic cats who call Cedarhill Animal Sanctuary in Caledonia home, Cinderella has come to understand she is safe and cared for, so she is not startled.

Columbus resident publishes book of poetry and equations

Posted 3/9/2013 in Community

William Furr believes in his work. The Columbus resident often spends his days, and many nights, writing. The most recent result is his fifth self-published book, "Mathematical Proof of Divine Creation and He Leads Me -- I Follow."

And the Magnolia Film Fest awards go to ...

Posted 3/9/2013 in Community

The 16th annual Magnolia Film Festival held in Starkville Feb. 21-23 at Hollywood Premier Cinema drew fans of independent films to see 15 entries ranging from comedies to documentaries.

 

Military brief: Jefferson graduates

Posted 3/9/2013 in Community

 

Ragtime jazz festival proves the music never gets old

Posted 3/2/2013 in Community

Stephen Cunetto is right at home in the handsomely-appointed Templeton Museum on the fourth floor of Mississippi State's Mitchell Memorial Library. Surrounded by rare, vintage talking machines, music boxes, gramophones and graphophones, he moves easily from instrument to instrument, telling a little about each. Cunetto oversees the Charles H. Templeton Sr. Music Museum, one of the finest collections of its kind in the country.

School groups urged to register for Vet School open house

Posted 3/2/2013 in Community

Registration for the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine's annual open house is under way. School groups are invited to attend the open house on Friday, April 5 from 8:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the Wise Center in Starkville.

 

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