Operation Christmas Child Regional Manager Shelli Wisard of Atlanta will be in Columbus Saturday, July 19 to share experiences she had on a recent trip to distribute OCC shoeboxes in the Philippines.
On Tuesday, July 8 Michael Farris Smith's gripping 2011 novella, "The Hands of Strangers," will experience its second release -- this time by Simon & Schuster, in ebook form.
Sara Gallman lives in Caledonia at the end of a winding gravel drive, and next to a field of beautiful corn growing tall and straight. She goes to work every weekday at the Thad Cochran Research, Technology and Economic Development Park at Mississippi State University, then comes home to her husband, Tony, and three lively children -- JW, Michael and Katie Beth. A "typical" mom, doing what millions of other moms do.
Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle and the Baptist Memorial Health Care Foundation have made donations to two organizations to help Mississippians affected by recent spring storms, especially those living in Tupelo, Columbus and Louisville.
Mississippi University for Women will be one of six entities to host Volunteer Mississippi information sessions to discuss the availability of monies to support local national service programs and opportunities to access national service resources.
Fifty stars, 13 stripes. Together, they can rally a nation and bring strong men to tears. They can be taken for granted and even abused. But everything the American flag stands for is indelibly written in time, by great and ordinary people.
Temperatures are on the rise in Northeast Mississippi. Most people simply adjust the thermostat, but others don't have that luxury.
The Golden Triangle Writers Guild will meet Saturday, July 12, at 1:30 p.m. at the Bryan Public Library in West Point.
Lois Boggess remembers Sunday afternoons in front of her parents' first television set, enthralled by Leonard Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic's Young People's Concerts from Carnegie Hall.
Kristopher Meaders loves cartoons. The 13-year-old who attends New Hope Middle School is often happiest sitting on the floor watching his favorite characters on TV.
Matt Hutchinson was diagnosed with cancer when he was 3 years old. The toddler had a tumor on his brain, and doctors were doubtful he would survive without radiation.
The Town of Crawford has a goal in mind -- a pretty big one -- and its citizens could use the help of surrounding communities this Saturday to accomplish it.