Thursday, June 10 ■ West Point Farmers’ Market: The West Point Farmers’ Market will be held at 4 p.m. every Thursday, June 3-July 29, at
My husband thinks he doesn’t like roast.
This summer, get a little wild in the kitchen and make something different.
You know the feeling: You eat breakfast, but by 11 a.m. your stomach is growling.
To kids, birthday parties are a big deal and only happen once a year.
A lot of times we say we have given our situation to God, and we find ourselves giving part of it to God and holding on to the other. So let us start today letting it all go and letting God do it for us because He can do what we cannot do with our situations. “Jesus looked at them and said, ‘With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.’” (Matthew 19:26) NIV
There is a horse in Crawford that Wilson Sanchez is determined to ride.
Here’s a little ditty ‘bout Joey and Lila: two cold-hardy avacados growing up in the heartland. Lila was doing OK in my Ocean Springs yard, but I introduced Joey to bring the thrill of living.
One practical word of advice for managing lawn stickers, the bane of bare feet: Flip-flops.
The seven inmates of the Clay County Detention Center enrolled in the newly created Construction Skills program at East Mississippi Community College’s West Point-Clay County Center are hoping the training will help them land good paying jobs upon their release.
Thursday ■ West Point Farmers’ Market: The West Point Farmers’ Market will be held at 4 p.m. every Thursday, June 3-July 29, at Mossy oak
WEST POINT — North Mississippi Medical Center-West Point recently presented the Dr. Hiroji Noguchi Memorial Scholarship to Nicholas Flannagan, a recent graduate of Oak Hill
WEST POINT — North Mississippi Medical Center-West Point has awarded $1,000 college scholarships to recent graduates and Baylee Smith. Henson is a graduate of Oak
Several area residents were among those who earned Associate of Arts or Associate of Applied Science degrees or certificates during an online commencement ceremony May
The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science (MSMS) would like to congratulate the Class of 2021 on their upcoming graduation. Specifically, we would like to
Columbus Municipal School District Kaely Fenton, Tylan Hinton, Makyah Lee, Jalyn Lofton, Madison McGrew, Jordan Mize, De’Ana Neal, AnTonio Phillips, Ayden Richardson, Kody Rickert, Nicholas
I hate fish.
I admit it. There’s nothing wrong with it, exactly.
Summer days are often spent with family and friends, soaking in the sun’s rays and enjoying outdoor living with warm-weather activities. Complement this year’s summertime excitement with food that matches your enthusiasm for the season.
Summer days can be long and boring, especially when the kids are out of school and there is nothing to do around the house as a family.
For many parts of the country, warmer weather comes with more options for fresh produce, which is why it’s a perfect time to add fruits and vegetables to recipes.