At age 17, Josh Phillips of Oktibbeha County had never played organized baseball. Never stood on a pitcher's mound, staring down home plate. Never worried about a two-knuckle grip or the mechanics of a curveball.
Loaves & Fishes Community Soup Kitchen's annual fundraiser will have a different look this time around.
Erin Kempker is invested in the American experience.
Registration for summer and fall terms at East Mississippi Community College is underway.
Students in the Phi Theta Kappa Beta Iota Zeta chapter on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus attend the Mississippi/Louisiana Region Awards Gala 2019 at Mississippi State University. In front, from left, are advisor Alison Alexander and Kierra Hayes. In back are Melanie Moore, Julia Younger, Blair Madison, Lorie Jeffries, Alexis Turner, Gracin Sutton, Shelby Grice, Destiny Orr, Eric Ford and Krystal Hayes.
As a young mother, Lorena Thomas was feeling a bit lost in 2010. She had two small daughters born 18 months apart, no experience with children and few people to lean on or ask advice of.
A young creative from Nebraska is bringing his talents to the Magnolia State as Mississippi State's newest artist-in-residence.
For a fourth year, the Northside Charity Boil organized by Colin and Desiree Krieger will benefit the Golden Triangle Homeless Coalition.
As part of its efforts to promote fine arts, the Cotton District Arts Festival hosts an annual Juried Arts Exhibit.
If you've ever dreamed of growing the largest, most luscious summer tomato on the block, Oktibbeha County Master Gardeners organization has a deal for you.
Earning the 2019-2020 Military FriendlyŽ Schools Designation, Mississippi University for Women announced The W Free Tuition Program Tuesday, furthering its support of service members.
Jamarius Daniels stared intently at the chess board in front of him. The seventh-grader propped his elbow on the table, his hand motionless in the air as he considered battle plans and risks. After a quiet moment, he began snapping his fingers. "I have a plan," he murmured. Snap, snap, snap.
About 750 seniors from high schools in Lowndes County attended a Senior Sendoff Wednesday in the Lyceum Auditorium on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus.
Months of meticulous pampering of an extensive variety of edible and ornamental plants will soon pay off for the 50-plus members of the Oktibbeha County Master Gardeners whose mission is to foster education and improvement of horticultural practices.
Mississippi State students who will be new freshmen or transfers in the fall are encouraged to register now for a summer orientation session.
East Mississippi Community College students earned awards April 12 in the Mississippi Community College Creative Writing Association's annual workshop and contest at Holmes Community College. They attended with EMCC humanities instructors Janet Mullen, far left, and Marilyn Ford, far right. From left, students are Jordan Taylor of Caledonia (third place Poetry), Isabelle Ferrebee of Caledonia (honorable mention Literary Analysis), Justin Labonte of Caledonia (third place Literary Analysis) and Blair Madison of Columbus (second place Poetry, third place Short Fiction and honorable mention Poetry). EMCC's literary magazine took top honors for the third consecutive year in the contest among professionally printed journals.
5. Military brief: Cutrer graduates COMMUNITY