Casseroles are a great way to sneak in vegetables.
A father has a compassionate love for his children. When his children go through life struggles, he will listen to them and let them know I’m here to help you get through it. God will do the same thing for us when we’re going through our life struggles.
As the sun catches on the horizon of Camp Rising Sun, nine-year-old Sam Ottenhof awakens to another day of fun-filled activities at summer camp.
Children across the nation will better understand Juneteenth thanks to a Mississippi State University art professor’s drawings.
Junior Auxiliary of Columbus announced that $45,000 in scholarships recently were awarded to 20 graduating high school seniors in Lowndes County.
Those who know me know I have lots of favorite plants because I don’t think anyone should be limited to just one or two choices.
Summer solstice, the shortest night of the year, is upon us, reminding us of the waxing and waning of daylight.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wells, of Columbus, will celebrate their 50th anniversary June 17, 2022. They were married June 17, 1972, in Bogalusa, Louisiana. Mrs.
Healthy eating doesn’t have to be difficult or require you to take favorite meals off your family’s menu. In fact, making smart choices when cooking at home can give you more control over the types of tasty, heart-healthy dishes you put on the table.
Bringing your family together for a meal that tastes like summer is what the season is all about. If you’re spending an evening firing up the grill, flipping on the oven, forming a homemade salad or anything in-between, the time spent together enjoying warm weather flavors is what everyone truly craves.
It’s not officially summer yet but that hasn’t stopped temperatures from breaking into the 90s on more than one recent occasion. I don’t know about you, but surviving a tortuous Mississippi summer requires an extra dose of self-care. And yes, that extends to the kitchen and my meal choices.
Author Diane C. McPhail’s upcoming visit to Columbus won’t be any ordinary book tour stop. For McPhail, an alumna of Mississippi University for Women, it also serves as a homecoming.
Down on Southside, a house of purple and yellow hues sits in disrepair.
The city of Columbus is the perfect setting to tour the new urban stage play, “Grown Man Issues.”
The Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC), in partnership with the Sardis Public Library, will host a “Mississippi Traditions” exhibit celebrating featured traditional artists on msfolkdirectory.org, the new Mississippi Folklife Directory website.