The next time you hear someone bemoaning the "state of teens today" -- a time-worn refrain -- take the opportunity to point out someone like Kaelon Gilford.
Tourism and its impact on Mississippi's economy was the focus Wednesday when Gov. Phil Bryant and tourism professionals from across the state gathered at the state Capitol.
If young Marie-Grace Gardner had lived in Columbus in 1853, she would have gone to school at Franklin Academy, Mississippi's first free public school.
The Gordy Honors College's Forum Series opens Thursday, Jan. 22 at 6 p.m. at Nissan Auditorium in Parkinson Hall on the Mississippi University for Women campus.
The president of Mississippi Valley State University will be keynote speaker Monday for Mississippi State's 21st annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity Breakfast.
The serenity and symmetry of rural American landscapes are the central theme of "Barns," the Starkville Area Arts Council's current exhibit at the Greater Starkville Development Partnership.
AT&T Mississippi donated $10,000 to East Mississippi Community College in December in honor of State Rep. Jeff Smith, EMCC 2014 Alumnus of the Year, and his efforts to improve economic development in the Golden Triangle and Mississippi.
An intriguing image created by a senior Mississippi State art major is among those that will be on display Feb. 4-28 at the SohoPhoto Gallery in New York City.
Chad Anderson has a clear memory of one of his early drawings -- a "graphic struggle," he once called it. He may not have been even 5 years old, growing up in Starkville.
To introduce four documentaries with new footage illustrating the history of civil rights in America, the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library will host a series of discussion forums and scholarly presentations.