At a time of year associated with bounty, Starkville's Casserole Kitchen reminds us that not everyone is blessed with it.
Be thankful. Some argue that, in light of all that is happening in the world around us, it is hard to do. One might counter that, in light of all that is happening in the world around us, it is crucial to do.
An invitation for area singers to join a mass choir to perform with Christian music artist David Phelps is still open.
While most are aware that CONTACT Helpline provides a 24/7 telephone crisis intervention line, they may not know the nonprofit organization checks in daily by phone with hundreds of senior and shut-in Reassurance clients who live alone.
Betty Clyde Jones gets the cooking bug about this time of year. She isn't alone.
Typical Tuesdays find school-age children everywhere dressing for the day, downing breakfast and heading out to bus stops and carpools. Tuesdays in Columbus, however, offer "schooling" for parents and mentors, too.
The spirit of the holidays will come gift-wrapped in "A Christmas Carol, the Musical." A large theatrical cast brings the retelling of Charles Dickens' classic to Columbus Friday and Saturday, Nov. 20-21.
Exploring wine is a sensory journey, one made with the eyes, nose and palate. Unlocking its secrets, its varieties, its language, has fascinated enthusiasts through the ages.
We've seen them, the scruffy-faced gents who seem to have lost their razors lately. One week into the 11th month of the year, their bristly stubble is beginning to show.
Long tables set up at Columbus' First Baptist Church Wednesday evening were loaded with notebooks, pom poms, hair clips, toothbrushes, small stuffed animals, crayons and combs.
The historic river town of Columbus is home to its share of legends and spirits.
It's a late Monday afternoon, and Mark Coblentz is hungry. Sporting his lucky cap, the seventh-grader moves between refrigerator and kitchen cabinet with the sliding glide preteens tend to perfect.
When Junior Auxiliary of Columbus decided to select someone in the community as its Stand Beside Her Week honoree, the chapter did not have to look far for a worthy recipient.
Three more days 'til Halloween and you've put off doing anything creative with those pumpkins you picked up a week or so ago. Sure, you meant to, but the carving, the mess, the clean up ... and besides, it's too late now, right? Of course not.
The advent of November in Mississippi heralds a weekend often circled in red by those who appreciate the beauty found in timeless antiques, fine fabrics, enduring jewelry and glorious flowers.
The Bernard Romans DAR chapter in Columbus is reaching out to descendants of World War I Lowndes County soldiers whose names appear on two plaques previously displayed at Magnolia Bowl in Columbus.
Mason Chandler needed just a little more red icing to make his sugar cookie perfect Monday. Then, a bit of green and a touch of blue and, oh yes, three or four more googly candy eyes.
One of Lowndes County's ardent proponents of early childhood literacy has a new name: First Book in Columbus is now My Book.
Christian music artist David Phelps will return to Columbus for a Christmas concert Dec. 19, and First United Methodist Church is inviting area singers to be part of a mass choir to perform with the Grammy Award-winning tenor.
Students from East Mississippi Community College's Business and Marketing Technology program took what their instructor, Dr. Joshua Carroll, calls an "epic trip" a few weeks ago.
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