Rebecca Hester may be fairly new to the Golden Triangle, but she's an experienced hand at coming up with simple solutions when dessert is called for.
Meet the cast: Taylor is the hog, whenever chow is involved. Skylar, with her dark, coffee-colored coat and stark white face, boasts a certain theatrical flair. And Chaos, one of the two males, is partial to "cushing" in front of electric fans on hazy summer afternoons.
West Point's Prairie Arts Festival has come a long way since its debut in 1978.
"Good Luck, Miss Wyckoff," a contemporary version of a novel by Pulitzer Prize and Academy Award winner William Inge, plans to film on location in and around Starkville, said veteran producer Robert Weinbach of Los Angeles.
Live blues return to West Point Friday, Sept. 4 when the Black Prairie Blues Festival begins on the Mary Holmes College campus.
Corn on the cob is a quintessential cookout companion. Stovetop, oven-roasted, open fire or grilled, this hand-held staple will be part of many an upcoming Labor Day celebration.
They started out with only a photograph from the 1950s, one that ID'd all the guys by last names. That's what most of them called each other by, last names. No addresses, no first names in many cases, no database to help track the men down. That didn't stop Carl "Buck" Hildreth and Bobby Gale of Columbus from trying to locate former Mississippi Army National Guardsmen of the 31st Division, the "Dixie Division."
The inaugural Mississippi Book Festival Saturday, Aug. 22 at the State Capitol in Jackson celebrates the state's literary legacy as well as a current host of talented writers.
Almost anyone who has visited Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle has seen them -- the volunteers.
Stores are not stocking up on greeting cards, and I've yet to hear of an employer doling out a day off, but Aug. 19 is National Potato Day.
Second chances are taking root in a modest gray building on Military Road in Columbus. The peeling, faded paint is gone. Choking weeds are a thing of the past. The roof leaks no more. This building is experiencing a rebirth. It's what the hands and hearts behind SILO Inc. hope for every former inmate who walks through the doors.
On the eve of its 30th anniversary, Main Street Columbus has received 501(c)3 tax-exempt status, the organization announced recently.
Back-to-school fever reaches a high pitch this week. Minds will turn (yes, some reluctantly) from swimming to sums, from camps to compositions.
The neatly-lettered sign out front was inconspicuous; the facility was less than grand -- but even before mounting the steps to the small, beige tin-sided space, indications were that something special was going on inside.
"Art Rocks!" at the Columbus Arts Council -- and rolls and inspires and expands horizons.
Daphney Massey recently realized a few truths -- such as that two women can move refrigerators and king-sized mattresses up and down stairs by themselves if they put their minds to it.
Local tomato growers recently put their all into producing the biggest fruit they could coax from Mother Earth.
Evelyn Claire "Evie" McIntyre of Columbus earned Top Ten honors as she represented Lowndes County July 25 in the 2015-2016 Distinguished Young Women of Mississippi competition in Meridian.
The word "singular" might have been coined for Tom Wilburn.
Clay County's "landscapes of memory" are revealed to new generations in a book to be released Aug. 3.
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