Kay Craven knows she can answer the questions of any customer who walks through the doors of Kellogg Hardware and Appliance in West Point, but she doesn’t insist on it.
Starkville-Oktibbeha Achieving Results Community Foundation is accepting nominations for its 2020-21 Teachers of Distinction Awards.
I’ve been toting up the cost/benefit ratio of growing food at home, and while it certainly improves my spirits, it doesn’t look good for the pocketbook.
One of my favorite summer color annuals is the old-fashioned red geranium.
Thursday, May 27 ■ Sim Scott Community Center ribbon cutting: Sim Scott Community Center ribbon cutting and opening will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, May
President’s List Caledonia — Anna Elizabeth Brock, Leslie Jaydan Ray, Sydney Wiggins; Columbus — Audrey K. Wilson; Macon — Anna N. Borntrager; Starkville — Megan
“Why does this recipe list Crisco and oil separately? Crisco is oil!”
A lazy Sunday afternoon cuddled up with family, playing in the rain with your kids and tasting a perfect, sweet treat on a summer day can be some of the simplest yet best parts of life.
Summertime, for many, represents an opportunity to enjoy freshly cooked meals while enjoying time outdoors.
Cooking and entertaining outdoors can bring friends and family back together, but it doesn’t have to be complicated.
These are six degrees every Christian should have:
‘Let them be kids’: School resource officers in Starkville plan zoo trip for boys who rarely leave town
When Tyrone Haslett was growing up in Chicago, he loved to go to the zoo.
Got clutter? Maybe from making myself stay so busy while cooped up in it for over a year, but my garden is starting to get to me.
Mississippi University for Women’s RN to BSN Degree Program has been named “Best in the South” by Intelliget.com.
Clay County Cedarbluff: Edward Bush, Sara Dexter, Xavier Eacholes, Johnathan O’Brian and Makela Quinn; Pheba: Quadry Chandler, LaKeena Doss, Sabrina Gable, Kaleb Kellum and Christina
With the summer season fast approaching, I’ve been getting questions about fertilizing, primarily concerning the types of fertilizer and how much to use.
Many signs of spring are obvious, announcing themselves with a bit of fanfare, longer days, warmer temperatures, budding flowers. Others enter with more subtlety, like the nuanced flavors herbs bring to our seasonal cuisine.
If you’ve ever taken a bite of something and the only word that came to mind was “yum,” you know what it’s like to experience this dessert.
Warmer months typically call for lighter bites, and one of the first things that comes to mind for many is a fresh and flavorful salad.