Pam Bullock and her cousin Judi Jarrett were both born and raised in Columbus, and each made their way out into the world when they were grown. As adults, they traveled great distances, as military families do, and lived in different, often exciting locales.
I got home from work last Friday night, and I really, really, really did not want to cook. At all. Do you feel me, ladies and gentlemen?
The rush of the holiday season -- shopping for gifts, decorating the house, hosting loved ones and other added obligations -- can be challenging.
How many times have you heard someone say they've slaved away in the kitchen all day?
"It's in full swing already," said Licensed Professional Counselor Veronica Harrison of Community Counseling Services. The "it" is stress that can worm its way into what we're told should be the "hap-happiest season of all."
Mississippi University for Women is reporting an enrollment increase of 102 students, which reflects a 3.8 percent increase compared to fall 2018.
Far as I know, there isn't a formal word for what happens when frozen summer plants melt into a greenish glob. But botanically and practically, it's nasty.
A "winter wonderland" of festively adorned trees will again fill the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library at 314 Seventh St. N. with holiday spirit in December.
The STEAM Challenge will soon highlight activities for children that focus on developing critical thinking at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System.
The Starkville Civic League will host its annual Christmas Tour of Homes from 1-5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 8.
The Mississippi city of Cleveland will host the global Music Tourism Conference Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 2020, officials announced Nov. 2.
Raking fall leaves can seem like a chore and a never-ending one, at that.
This past weekend, I had the privilege and pleasure of being an invited speaker at the Gardening for Life Symposium hosted by Magnolia Plantation and Gardens in Charleston, South Carolina.