In 1944, 85 students graduated from S.D. Lee High School in Columbus. Thursday, seven decades after they first walked across that stage, the class of 1944 will gather for their 70th high school reunion.
In the almost three years Terry Brewer was a part of Junior Auxiliary of Columbus, she had a profound affect on its members and the children she worked with through chapter projects.
Starkville resident Candy Feng's striking image of her son dwarfed by the looming majesty of a glacier in Iceland is the Readers' Choice winner in Smithsonian magazine's 11th annual photo contest, it was announced Thursday.
Mary Jo Kirkpatrick, chair of Mississippi University for Women's associate of science in nursing program, was named Faculty Member of the Year in commencement ceremonies the weekend of May 9-10.
A Mississippi School for Math and Science teacher will travel to Russia this summer after winning a Fulbright-Hays fellowship.
In Annie Cockrell's family, things tend to come in pairs -- children, in particular.
Downtown West Point will be all about art Saturday, May 17. Fifty fine artists and craftspeople are slated to display and sell their work during the second annual Downtown Art Walk from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Friends of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library (FOL) will hold a Members Only pre-sale book sale Saturday, May 17, from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., in advance of its June book sale on June 12 and 14. The pre-sale is a member appreciation event, as well as an effort to encourage new memberships and renewals.
Max Hartleroad tries to step his long, lanky legs into what appears to be a cast-off space suit for a photo shoot. The legs prove too lanky; the silvery suit is abandoned. Which doesn't deter Max and the other guys in the band Hartle Road from nosing around for other random inspiration that can push the photo outside the proverbial box.
In an express-lane society driven by changing trends, constants come to mean more as years pass. In Caledonia, few things are more constant than the annual Caledonia High School Alumni Banquet.
The last word -- "small" -- takes three different notes, 26 seconds and discreet breathing. That's the challenge the Columbus Girlchoir will meet May 9 when it sings the world premiere of "Miracles" by Memphis composer J.D. Frizzell.