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To lead, to succeed: Youth of the Year program inspires kids to step up and lead

Posted 2/27/2021 in Community

Zephaniah Gore was a seventh-grader when, at the urging of a friend, he started going to the Boys & Girls Club in Columbus after school. He didn't know exactly what to expect, but what he discovered was a place that is opening doors to his future.


Fifth annual International Music by Women Festival will be virtual

Posted 2/27/2021 in Entertainment

Mississippi University for Women will host the fifth annual International Music by Women Festival throughout the month of March.


Shackouls Honors College takes 'Twisted Tales of Poe' to radio

Posted 2/27/2021 in Entertainment

When COVID-19 forced the Mississippi State University Shackouls Honors College to take their annual classical play to radio airwaves this past fall, the response was positive. So much so that, as pandemic restrictions persist into the spring semester, the students will again present a radio drama on the air.


Quick Bites welcome spring

Posted 2/27/2021 in Entertainment

Mississippi State University Extension Service's Quick Bites programs for March encourage warm thoughts of spring.


In the garden with Felder: Composting can be fuss-free

Posted 2/27/2021 in Columns

I just "86ed" some of my garden by tossing freeze-damaged plants and trimmings into my leaf-pile compost bin. It will be run back through the garden later.


Community Calendar for the week of February 28, 2021

Posted 2/27/2021 in Entertainment


Author to discuss America's Amazon

Posted 2/27/2021 in Entertainment

The Nell Peel Wolfe Lecture hosted by Mississippi University for Women's Gordy Honors College will feature Ben Raines, environmental journalist, filmmaker and author Thursday, March 4 at 6 p.m. in a virtual event.

Southern Gardening: Leafless branches reveal non-threatening lichen

Posted 2/27/2021 in Columns

The great winter storm of 2021 is finally over, and now we can finally get out into our gardens to survey the damage. And my

For peanut butter lovers

Posted 2/24/2021 in Food

We've spent a lot of time wishing much of our recent calendar behind us, starting with practically the entire year of 2020. Now, add ice-geddon to the list for most Mississippians. We're ready to look ahead to March. And March 1 happens to be National Peanut Butter Lovers' Day.

Give spring salads a fresh spin

Posted 2/24/2021 in Food

With spring and warmer weather comes salad season, offering a perfect canvas for creating refreshing meals and appetizers centered around tasty greens, juicy tomatoes and crave-worthy dressings.


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