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Extension 'promises' to help communities combat opioids

Posted 8/11/2018 in Community

Agents and specialists with the Mississippi State University Extension Service are "promising" to confront the opioid problem in Mississippi communities.

Neighborly collaboration: Friends get creative in sweet and savory ways

Posted 8/8/2018 in Food

Sometimes it's all about putting your heads together. In this case, three of them. It happened last year when Michael Dodson, an instructor of biology at Mississippi University for Women since 2009, got to chatting with his apartment complex neighbors, Franco and Makie Lopes.

Cooking on deadline: burgers with pimento cheese spread

Posted 8/8/2018 in Food

If pimento cheese is already part of your life, then you are blessed for sure. If not, get ready for life to get a little bit better.

Wake up the flavor of fish with a bright and acidic sauce

Posted 8/8/2018 in Food

Sole piccata, a light and delicate dish that consists of lightly browned sole fillets bathed in a lemon, caper, and white wine-laced pan sauce, is a classic for a reason: The fresh, bright acidity of the sauce wakes up the flavor of the fish.

Turn to crab for a warm and bubbly decadent party pleaser

Posted 8/8/2018 in Food

In its ideal form, crab dip is a warm, decadent party pleaser full of creamy, meaty seafood and savory spices.

Project HELP: 'Homeless' doesn't end when school bells ring

Posted 8/4/2018 in Community

Kelli Phelps has been busy. Her Wednesday morning was spent transporting a carload of backpacks, hygiene products, notebooks, cleaning wipes, pencils and other school supplies -- all donations collected by members of the Golden Triangle Association of Realtors.

Art for EB honors Super Gabe, keeps grandparent's pledge

Posted 8/4/2018 in Community

Gabe Valentine of Starkville was born with epidermolysis bullosa, a rare condition causing fragile, blistering skin and other debilitating complications.

Golden Triangle writer brings home RITA Award

Posted 8/4/2018 in Community

Kait Nolan grew up with her nose in books penned by a long list of authors she enjoyed.

 

Historical Society guest to talk on 'Hunting for Dead Governors'

Posted 8/4/2018 in Entertainment

The Noxubee County Historical Society will host speaker Nick Walters Tuesday, Aug. 21 at a covered dish supper meeting of the Noxubee County Historical Society at the American Legion Hut in Macon.

 

 

Survey says: Neighborly relations in Mississippi among strongest in the U.S.

Posted 8/4/2018 in Entertainment

Mississippians would offer $268 to help a neighbor in need, among the highest in the country.

 

 

Out There for the week of August 5, 2018

Posted 8/4/2018 in Entertainment

 

 

Community Calendar for the week of August 5, 2018

Posted 8/4/2018 in Entertainment

 

In the garden with Felder: A different way to share the garden

Posted 8/4/2018 in Columns

A marvel of modern inventions is digital photography, which helps us pay closer attention to and share our gardens easily with others.

 

MSU fundraising tops $100M for fifth straight year

Posted 8/4/2018 in Community

Alumni and friends helped Mississippi State University mark its fifth consecutive year of over $100 million raised in gifts and pledges of future support -- reaching more than $102.5 million for the just-ended fiscal year 2018 from individuals, corporations, foundations, trusts and estates.

 

 

School news: Ole Miss honor roll

Posted 8/4/2018 in Community

 

Brock is interim dean of W's College of Business, Professional Studies

Posted 8/4/2018 in Community

Marty Brock, chair of the Department of Business and professor of management information systems at Mississippi University for Women, has been named interim dean of the College of Business and Professional Studies, effective Aug. 1.

Time running short to register for EMCC's fall term

Posted 8/4/2018 in Community

Officials with East Mississippi Community College are urging students who have not yet registered for the fall semester that begins Monday, Aug. 13 to do so now.

MSU Extension promotes steps to reduce lead in water

Posted 8/4/2018 in Community

Practical actions that can reduce lead in drinking water are highlights of a recently concluded multistate project.

 

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