One bright idea, a pile of stones, paints and a Facebook page have had the small town of Caledonia rocking for the past week.
A new exhibit featuring pieces by woodworkers Richard Hazelwood, John Wells and Wade Manning opens today with a reception from 2 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. at the Louise Campbell Center for the Arts in downtown West Point.
Once again, Mississippi State University Extension Service will soon offer up an assortment of timely topics for the public in condensed midday doses.
As Columbus and the Golden Triangle prepare to celebrate Independence Day, the Bernard Romans DAR Chapter in Columbus is already planning for the 250th anniversary of the United States in July 2026.
Members of the R.E. Hunt High School 1967 graduating class will gather this coming weekend to celebrate the unity they forged a half century and more ago in Columbus.
There are not many things that stir the soul quite like hearing the one you love play familiar gospel hymns on his new (well, actually used and very old) baby grand piano.
King Solomon wrote thousands of years ago that there is nothing new under the sun, a truth played out daily by unscrupulous people putting modern spins on the age-old practice of fraud.
Summer officially begins this week, and there are so many great plants we can grow during this season. But I really miss one that we can't grow in the summer: annual impatiens.
Summer's here and the time is right for summer salads gussied up with light proteins.
Ratatouille is a classic vegetable dish starring eggplant, zucchini, peppers and tomato that is deeply steeped in the culture of Mediterranean France.
Well, the fourth annual retreat for the B-52's is over, and it gets better and better each year.
A good fish taco is in a class by itself.
Jostling for position, Charity, Faith and Christian Yeates bob around the basketball goal. Rubber-sole squeaks and bouncing balls echo in the brightly-lit First Baptist Church gym. The game is on, at least until the three siblings erupt in giggles.
Brinda Willis will present "Why We Call It Soul Food" at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library at noon on Friday, June 23 in honor of National Soul Food Month.
A recent donation to the Golden Triangle Regional Homeless Coalition will go straight to work locally, helping end the cycle of homelessness.
Ah, June -- the month for dads, grads and brides, not to mention the first day of summer. Oh, you thought summer had already started? Not so.
I have always heard that friends are the family you choose. Virginia Woolf said it best: "Some people go to priests, others to poetry, I to my friends."
3. Works in Wood exhibit opens today in West Point ENTERTAINMENT