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Small changes can add up in new year

Posted 1/13/2021 in Food

It's all but inevitable that a new year brings at least some thought of trying to "do better" this time around.

Go big with a dip and bread bowl

Posted 1/13/2021 in Food

Perfect for afternoon snacking or as an appetizer, this Spinach-Ham Dip is warmed inside a bread bowl and can be served with bread cubes, crackers or tortilla chips.

Easy-to-make cookies to satisfy sweet cravings

Posted 1/13/2021 in Food

Whether it's a home-cooked meal, a tasty snack or a delicious dessert, sometimes the best recipes are the easiest.

 

Five tips to encourage picky eaters

Posted 1/13/2021 in Food

Feeding an entire family can be difficult enough on its own with busy evenings full of hustle and bustle.

 

Helping a 'family' of first responders

Posted 1/9/2021 in Community

Less than a week before Christmas, Jacque Brown was admitted to the hospital for the second time since Thanksgiving. The Columbus native, who has worked at Lowndes County E911 off and on for more than 20 years, had contracted COVID-19 and had double pneumonia on top of it. This was less than two months after breaking her arm and needing surgery to repair it.

Latest in Adopt-A-Box series honors Mother Goose

Posted 1/9/2021 in Community

Smiling faces attended the recent dedication of the latest downtown utility box decoratively painted as part of the ongoing Main Street Columbus Adopt-A-Box project.

Southern Gardening: 2021: Resolve to be intentional gardener

Posted 1/9/2021 in Columns

Happy New Year! Boy, oh boy, what a number COVID laid on us in 2020.

In the garden with Felder: Scents and associations

Posted 1/9/2021 in Columns

It's been said that one person's sweet perfume is another's stink. Well, whether a smell is good or bad, it's welcome in my garden. To a point.

 

The W recognized for affordable online business degree

Posted 1/9/2021 in Community

Mississippi University for Women's College of Business and Professional Studies was recently highlighted for offering an online and affordable business degree.

 

 

MSU Extension Service launches new 4-H center

Posted 1/9/2021 in Community

The Mississippi State University Extension Service is launching a new Extension Center for 4-H Youth Development to grow the next generation of leaders.

 

 

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