Group’s effort to erect 120-foot cross on Highway 25 faces long odds against city permitting process
The Holy Spirit is moving in communities all over Mississippi, Bob Daniels believes. He and a growing group of Christians in Starkville are wanting to
By Zack Plair 1 day ago
MSU fans flock to Starkville for first Super Bulldog Weekend since before pandemic
It’s hard to say who missed Super Bulldog Weekend the most after COVID-19 wiped it out completely in 2020: businesses or the fans.
By Garrick Hodge 1 day ago
Ask Rufus: A Basket of Sorrows
In the 1970s, I found an old Choctaw basket in the attic of my great aunt Marcella Sykes Billups Richards‘ home in Columbus. It was not a tourist-trade basket but a well-made, reinforced work basket more than 100 years old.
By Rufus Ward 1 day ago
Return to tradition: St. Paul’s May Luncheon coming back after year hiatus
Here’s something no one has heard in the past 150 years or so: The St. Paul’s Episcopal Church May Luncheon is back.
“Due to the pandemic, we had to cancel the luncheon last year,” said Gina Thompson, president of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Women (ECW), which has conducted the luncheon since its beginning. “That is probably the first year since its inception that we haven’t had the luncheon.”