"It's in full swing already," said Licensed Professional Counselor Veronica Harrison of Community Counseling Services. The "it" is stress that can worm its way into what we're told should be the "hap-happiest season of all."
Mississippi University for Women is reporting an enrollment increase of 102 students, which reflects a 3.8 percent increase compared to fall 2018.
The Starkville Civic League will host its annual Christmas Tour of Homes from 1-5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 8.
Most Mississippians think of drug addiction as an issue other people face in faraway places, but the source of this problem could be as close as the family medicine cabinet.
Sweltering in summer, layering up in winter, wading -- indoors -- after a big rain. That's what Margaret Brown and other J.L. King Center staff and volunteers in Starkville sometimes contend with when they report to the center on North Long Street to wage an offensive.
Congregation members at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Columbus now know what 547 pairs of new socks look like. That's how many they collected during their Socktober drive, to donate to the YMCA's Undercover Project.
Mississippi State University Libraries will commemorate Veterans Day with a reading of soldiers' correspondence from World War I and II.
There was a brief time, years ago, when Jayne Doolittle told herself she would not go into music when she grew up. Today, though, it's hard for her to imagine doing anything else.
Deborah Mansfield moved paintbrush over canvas, deftly capturing the scene before her Wednesday night during a fundraiser for what looks destined to become a regional must-see attraction -- the Black Prairie Blues Museum.
Ready or not, downtown Columbus is getting into the holiday spirit. The Downtown Christmas Open House takes place Friday through Sunday, Nov. 1-3.
Monday marks the beginning of United Way of North Central Mississippi's annual food drive to restock food pantries in four counties the agency serves -- Oktibbeha, Choctaw, Webster and Winston.
East Mississippi Community College humanities instructor Marilyn Ford has been named president of the Mississippi Faculty Association of Community and Junior Colleges.
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