In a river town like Columbus, a gala themed "Down on the River" seems just the thing. The Loaves and Fishes Community Soup Kitchen will embrace the concept at their third annual Festival of Flavors fundraiser set for Friday, June 3 at Lion Hills Center and Golf Course.
The questions can vary. "How do I help a family member addicted to alcohol or drugs?" "My child has behavioral problems in the classroom and at home. What are my options?" "How do I get help for someone suffering from depression who resists help?" Thursday offers an opportunity to seek answers.
With all due respect to the Yellow Jackets that are their high school's mascot, 2016 is the year of the Eagles in Starkville.
Jerald Blakely Williams was up to his knees in cold, murky water a couple of years ago when he got the bright idea.
In honor of Mother Goose's 30th year at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library, the Friends of the Library has declared 2016 to be the "Year of the Goose" in tribute to Edwina Williams and her embodiment of the beloved character from children's literature.
The Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine invites dog owners to enroll their pets in a new study.
Columbus artist Thomas Nawrocki currently has several pieces of his artwork on display at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library.
Encourager, inspiring, joyful, dedicated, kind. These are all words used by friends and fellow educators to describe the late Martha Claire Kennedy Fitzner.
The MUW Alumni Association (MUWAA) recently recognized four distinguished individuals for contributions to their respective professions and Mississippi University for Women.
Some things are more fun times two. Katherine and Ryan Munson expect to prove it when they team up at Columbus' Market Street Festival as vendors May 7.
When the Winston County Friends of the Library recently learned their application for a grant to purchase large-print books had not been approved, members were disappointed -- but not for long.
A significant choral event in the Golden Triangle is set for Saturday, April 30 in Columbus.
A longtime faculty member and former head of the Mississippi State College of Architecture, Art and Design's art department is receiving international recognition.
Amber Robertson has helped raise funds for the American Cancer Society for six years as a Relay for Life volunteer. The certified family nurse practitioner never foresaw, however, that she would become a patient herself. No one does.
Tomato growers, it's time. Time to see who out there can produce the biggest tomato in Lowndes County.
Three highly regarded California chamber musicians will be featured April 21 in Mississippi State's final Lyceum Series performance of the 2015-16 school year.