Angel Gowns of Mississippi is spreading its wings.
Douglas Holliman has been farming for 44 years, so appreciation and good management of the land is of great importance to him.
Katelyn Lowe may not be old enough to hold a driver's license yet, but she's mature enough to know the value of giving, rather than taking.
Susan Doty gets up every morning to do battle with breast cancer.
"Choctaw Code Talkers of World War I" is the title of a special public program to be held Thursday, Oct. 12 at Mississippi State University.
The Department of Mathematics at Mississippi University for Women will host Sonya Kovalevsky High School Mathematics Day Tuesday, Oct.10 to honor the first woman to receive a doctoral degree in mathematics.
On the eve of Mississippi State University's homecoming, a Citywide Tailgate on Friday, Oct. 20, will serve as a fundraiser for United Way of North Central Mississippi and celebration of the Bulldogs, Starkville community and tailgating tradition.
Starting this month, Airbnb, the largest world's largest community-driven hospitality company, begins collecting and remitting state-administered occupancy taxes -- commonly known as hotel taxes -- on behalf of its hosts and guests.
It may seem a simple thing, a paper clover, but to 4-H members, it means development programs and camps.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library is hosting a workshop titled "Preserving Family Photographs" on Thursday, Oct. 19 from 9 a.m. to noon at the library located at 314 Seventh St. N.
Bill Turner isn't shy. In fact, he rarely meets a stranger, and he is apt to say just about anything. Most of it is even true.
Standing in a Tupelo fighting arena in February with a crowd of hundreds -- maybe thousands -- of people cheering, Hannah Guy tried to take deep, even breaths.
Approximately 20 organizations from around the state will be on Mississippi University for Women's campus Tuesday as part of Campus Safety Day.
The Ulysses S. Grant Association is set to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the former president's birth after officially forming a bicentennial commission to commemorate the occasion.
Driving to my destination, a downtown Columbus restaurant, I had to chuckle as I said out loud to no one, "It was a dark and stormy night."
Members of the Bernard Romans DAR Chapter and Shuk-ho-ta Tom-a-ha DAR chapter in Columbus will gather today at 2 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church to ring church bells in celebration of Constitution Day.