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School news: NMCC President's List

Posted 6/16/2018 in Community

 

 

School news: Perry graduates

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School news: ICC graduates

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School news: James offered scholarship

Posted 6/16/2018 in Community

 

 

School news: Jones to study abroad

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School news: Linscott on President's List

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School news: Heritage Academy Honors

Posted 6/16/2018 in Community

 

Microgreens: small size, big nutrition and flavor

Posted 6/13/2018 in Food

As maintenance manager at a Columbus plant, Chris Allen tackles some pretty big jobs. At home, however, he's into the smaller things of life. Really small.

A bright quinoa salad with a bite, creaminess and acidity

Posted 6/13/2018 in Food

Sure, quinoa is a complete protein and is known as a "superfood," so it's a great base for a hearty and healthful main dish salad. But we love it also for its intriguing and delicate texture and nutty flavor.

A pair of ways to celebrate the humble and tangy radish

Posted 6/13/2018 in Food

I don't remember when I had radishes with unsalted butter and coarse salt for the first time, but I know that it was in France.

The secret to avoiding dry tenderloins in the slow cooker

Posted 6/13/2018 in Food

Cooking a lean roast like pork tenderloin in a slow cooker is tricky because it can quickly turn overcooked and dry.

Serve pink sangria straight up or topped with bubbly water

Posted 6/13/2018 in Food

Nothing spells summertime like sangria, the chilled and refreshing wine-based fruit punch from Spain that landed on our shores to stay via the 1964 World's Fair.

Mile by mile: 40,000 miles, and what does Tom Kennedy do? Keeps running

Posted 6/9/2018 in Community

Tom Kennedy leans over and lifts a ledger from a stack of them on his coffee table. There are five in all. The 83-year-old opens the worn, green covers of the book he holds, and there they are -- the miles he's run, meticulously recorded in line after line, number after number.

New book on beating anxiety, depression hits close to home

Posted 6/9/2018 in Community

Alison Buehler of Starkville once heard a speaker at a conference say, "If you know a good path somewhere, it's your obligation to share it."

Playing in the dirt: Tables and turtles and awards, oh my

Posted 6/9/2018 in Columns

For regular readers of this column, you may remember that I frequently espouse the benefits of being a member of the Master Gardener organization.

Southern Gardening: Choose marigolds for strong summer beauty

Posted 6/9/2018 in Columns

I have to accept that the hot and humid summer has arrived in my coastal Mississippi garden and landscape.

In the garden with Felder: The art of choosing well

Posted 6/9/2018 in Columns

Hunkering down like Minnesotans in a snowstorm might be the way to go for gardening in our torrid summers.

Worth the drive: USA International Ballet Competition welcomes dancers to Jackson

Posted 6/9/2018 in Entertainment

The USA International Ballet Competition (USA IBC) welcomes 100 competitors from 17 nations to Jackson as the official international ballet competition for the United States kicks off Sunday.

 

MMA issues call-for-entries for 2019 Mississippi Invitational

Posted 6/9/2018 in Entertainment

Artists from across the state are invited to participate in the Mississippi Museum of Art's 2019 Mississippi Invitational, a bi-annual survey of recent works created by contemporary visual artists living and working across the state.

 

 

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