An extra log on the fire is all well and good, but Southerners know an arctic blast calls for down-home comfort food.
The sign was not over-sized or pretentious, but it carried plenty of meaning on a cold Friday January morning in Columbus. "The ACT Center," it read, and for the individuals who for years have walked through the doors of the structure behind it, it represents identity.
Mystery and romance will be key ingredients in an entertaining evening of "whodunit" in Starkville Feb. 8. An annual Mystery Theatre Dinner benefiting United Way of North Central Mississippi begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn.
House-made condiments, street food-inspired dishes, vegetable carb substitutes, food as medicine, sugar alternatives -- these are a few of the line items popping up in an online search for the hottest national food trends predicted for 2018.
Golden Triangle counties are gearing up for Martin Luther King Day Jr. Day, annually observed on the third Monday of January.
Not so long ago, Joseph MacGown's studio was the great wide open, the hills, gravel and grass blurring past under the feet of a cross-country athlete.
Young women ages 13 to 24 have an opportunity to enter the Miss Golden Triangle and Miss Golden Triangle Outstanding Teen Scholarship Pageants set for 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 13 at New Hope Middle School Auditorium.
Michael knows he can do better. The up-and-coming staffer at a local manufacturing firm has an eye on making the management team before long. He's felt flat lately, though -- physically and mentally -- and he thinks he knows why.
The dawn of a new year will bring with it a new slate of Quick Bites interactive video sessions available to the public through the Mississippi State Extension Service.
As the final note of "Carol of the Bells" faded, those listening at Leadership Plaza in downtown Columbus Wednesday morning showed their appreciation with applause.
Tonight there may not be a creature stirring, but in the days leading up to Christmas, the young and young-at-heart have been active. Excitement has filled the air at parades, tree lightings and special events that lit up smiles and often touched the heart. Enjoy these few moments of the season captured by camera. And don't forget to put out a little something for the reindeer.
While not everyone may find turning 50 so much fun, Belle Fleur Garden Club is making the most of it.
Veronica Morris has "zero cooking background," but the Columbus nurse seems to be making up for it now. Caramel cakes have become her specialty, and that is largely a matter of serendipity.
Crumbling brick pillars at Greenlawn Memorial Park cemetery in east Columbus show the wear and tear of time. The tangle of brush that covered them not long ago, however, is gone.
Jesse Lynn Dodson, William (Willa) Jones, Thomas Ferguson Critz, Lee R. Jerry. These four men born in the Golden Triangle are among the estimated 4,187 Mississippians who lost their lives in World War II. Many of their stories are unknown.
Excited first-graders filed into the auditorium at Fairview Elementary School in Columbus Tuesday morning to receive an early Christmas gift.
Haylie Quatrevingt is a busy working mom who recently decided to adopt a healthier lifestyle.
Chloe Adams is considering her options. As of this week, she hopes to grow up to be a teacher and professional chef. Oh, and a doctor.
"And I want to work at Walmart, too!" she giggled.
Ella Benton fell in love in Paris in 2015. Not with her husband, in this particular reference, but with a clock. A curvaceous, charming thing she came across in a dusty, antique shop.
Work is well underway to transform a grassy lot on Military Road in Columbus into a bustling Bethlehem marketplace for First Christmas.
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