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Food for the soul: Casserole Kitchen adapts to continue its mission

Posted yesterday in Food

Key to navigating these months of global pandemic has been adaptability. It's been vital for the workplace -- and in nonprofit organizations as well. Everywhere, heads and hearts behind charitable efforts have had come together to find a way. That's true at the Casserole Kitchen in Starkville.

Create a trendy twist on sushi

Posted yesterday in Food

An innovative sushi-style concept, "beefshi" features convenient beef products like pastrami, roast beef, summer sausage, hot dogs, corned beef or bologna prepared in rolls with rice and vegetables.

Make taste and nutrition a priority with powerful pairings

Posted yesterday in Food

According to the "Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior," studies have proven that eating meals together as a family can improve communication and relationships, which is especially important during times of uncertainty and life's more difficult moments.

A refreshing grape salad for outdoor relaxation

Posted yesterday in Food

Warm weather and a cool, crisp meal is an almost perfect combination for enjoying some time outdoors.

Designing for the future: Local citizens are among many with ideas for a new state flag

Posted 8/8/2020 in Community

An opportunity like this is rare. That's what Jim McAnally of Columbus felt when he learned the public could submit ideas for Mississippi's official new flag.

In the garden with Felder: Gardening with a little help from a four-legged friend

Posted 8/8/2020 in Columns

If I can get the little dog from next door to keep helping me dig my garden, I'll be better prepared for fall.

Census Bureau shortens deadline, sounding alarm for Mississippi

Posted 8/8/2020 in Community

Mississippi is responding to a surprise decision announced Aug. 3 by the U.S. Census Bureau to shorten the census deadline by one month, from Oct. 31 to Sept. 30.

 

Southern Gardening: Find garden spots for ornamental peppers

Posted 8/8/2020 in Columns

Last week, I told you about culinary peppers that I like to grow and ultimately consume. This week, I want to share another way to use peppers in our second summer garden and landscape.

 

 

Arbor Day Foundation offers free trees for joining in August

Posted 8/8/2020 in Entertainment

Everyone who joins the Arbor Day Foundation with a $10 donation in August will receive 10 free Norway spruce trees or 10 white flowering dogwood trees through the Foundation's Trees for America campaign.

 

 

EMCC offering multiple registration options for fall term

Posted 8/8/2020 in Community

Students have more options than ever to register at East Mississippi Community College for the upcoming Fall 2020 term that begins Aug. 17. Students can register in-person, online or via Zoom video-conference calls.

 

 

W Move-In Day expanded to multiple days

Posted 8/8/2020 in Community

Move-In Day for Mississippi University for Women students assigned to on-campus housing will begin Wednesday, Aug. 12 and end Sunday, Aug. 16.

 

 

Vowell's Marketplace announces charity partnership

Posted 8/8/2020 in Community

Through Oct. 31, Vowell's Marketplace is partnering with Make-A-Wish® Mississippi and the Round It Up America® program to make wishes come true.

 

 

MSU prepares to welcome students for fall semester

Posted 8/8/2020 in Community

The upcoming fall semester will be unlike any other at Mississippi State, and the state's leading university is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment to help new and returning Bulldogs on their paths to success.

 

 

School news: EMCC Nursing and Allied Health

Posted 8/8/2020 in Community

 

 

Contactless parking options now open to visitors to MSU

Posted 8/8/2020 in Community

ParkMobile, the leading provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in the U.S., announced Tuesday the launch of service on Mississippi State University's campus in Starkville.

 

Summer's okra: Charles Speed likes it 'on his plate'

Posted 8/5/2020 in Food

Charles Speed will tell you right quick how he best enjoys the okra he grows.

Butter Together: The rest of the plate

Posted 8/5/2020 in Food

When I first began cooking for myself, I can remember entire meals that consisted of a large lump of beef I'd cooked in the slowcooker all day. That's it: just a pile of beef in the middle of the plate.

Meals that deliver taste at a low cost

Posted 8/5/2020 in Food

Regardless of what back to school looks like this year, preparing family meals throughout the week does not have to be a challenge.

 

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