Homemade ice cream and summer celebrations go together like fun and family. So with Independence Day around the corner, Fran Brown and her granddaughter, Kate Scott Gee, got in a pre-Fourth ice cream-making practice at Brown's home near the Mississippi University for Women campus.
One bright idea, a pile of stones, paints and a Facebook page have had the small town of Caledonia rocking for the past week.
Once again, Mississippi State University Extension Service will soon offer up an assortment of timely topics for the public in condensed midday doses.
Jostling for position, Charity, Faith and Christian Yeates bob around the basketball goal. Rubber-sole squeaks and bouncing balls echo in the brightly-lit First Baptist Church gym. The game is on, at least until the three siblings erupt in giggles.
A recent donation to the Golden Triangle Regional Homeless Coalition will go straight to work locally, helping end the cycle of homelessness.
Father's Day is celebrated on various dates in about 40 countries around the world, Wikipedia tells us.
Thrill comes in all shapes and sizes. For some guys, it's the rush of a new boat, the latest putter or 50-yard-line tickets.
If Gabriel "Super Gabe" Valentine taught those around him anything, it's that courage comes in small packages.
The blue Victorian house near the heart of downtown Columbus has new occupants.
A few days ago I was in a conversation about recipes with a couple of friends. We all probably know the feeling of staring at a new recipe that calls for a long list of this and that, most of which our kitchens are missing.
While most nonagenarians are taking life a little easier than before, Jim Hunt of Columbus is keeping up an industrious pace.
So long to the month of May. Hello, summer, with long days of beaming sun, outdoor grilling and our somewhat morbid fascination with heat indices.
For 13-year-old Kenna McGrew, it happened at a church event. A friend had brought along a ukulele, and Kenna came home smitten with the quirky little instrument.
An inaugural Sunday Funday takes place Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Starkville's Cotton District.
Since the beginning of humankind, food has been a marker of cultures.
An imaginary excursion to the islands is in store when Loaves and Fishes Community Soup Kitchen presents its fourth annual Festival of Flavors June 2 at Lion Hills Center in Columbus.
"Columbus Boasts New Garden Club," the headline reads. The photocopied Commercial Dispatch newspaper article dated Jan. 12, 1957, is well-preserved, even though the gray scrapbook page it's glued to is fraying a bit at the edges.
Lazy, hazy summertime in the Golden Triangle heralds the return of Sounds of Summer in Columbus.
Karrah Fort, 38, is likely to long remember how she celebrated Mother's Day weekend 2017 -- by walking across the stage to receive her master's degree in social work from the University of Tennessee.
As a longtime nurse who has worked in many parts of the world, Stephanie Holcombe is well aware that people deal with death in various ways.
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