Sixty-two years after Aaron Harcrow Sr. served his last day in the United States Army, the 84-year-old received four medals for his honorable service.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library will host a Back-to-School Banana Bonanza from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 26.
Blues musician Big Joe Shelton of Macon has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC).
Thomas Nawrocki, art professor emeritus at Mississippi University for Women, recently received the Best of Show Award at the fifth annual National Juried Exhibition at the Bower Center for the Arts in Bedford, Virginia.
Erik Studdard scrabbled around in the drawer of a plastic storage bin. It's a repository for superheroes, warriors and villains, even a fierce black steed, nostrils flared.
Mississippi's bicentennial is the theme of a postcard project organized by the Columbus Arts Council.
International Paper's Columbus Mill is accepting applications for International Paper Foundation grants at ipgiving.com through Friday, Sept. 29.
As Mississippi State prepares for another exciting season of Bulldog football at Davis Wade Stadium, the university's Famous Maroon Band is accepting applications from high school musicians for its annual Marching Honor Band.
Dr. Sheila Adams, dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Mississippi University for Women, will speak at graduation Friday, Aug. 11 at 2 p.m. in Rent Auditorium, Whitfield Hall.
A senior higher education administrator from western New York is the new leader of a growing department in Mississippi State's largest college.
A veteran Mississippi State music education professor is making an impactful contribution to the Department of Music's All-Steinway Initiative in honor of her late parents William E. Edwards Jr. and Martha Edwards, as well as in memory of her late husband William P. "Bill" Henry.
Parents who are tasked primarily with raising their kids have an inherently difficult job.
"Hanging out" ... "video games" ... "seeing friends" -- that's how some local teenagers say they probably would have spent the past couple of months if the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Golden Triangle had not offered a very different experience.
It's possible money can buy happiness after all.