Saturday is Patriot Day. It isn’t a federal holiday, but it does mark a significant moment in America’s history.
The kitchen can be a confusing place. There are all these tools and foods that may seem foreign to people, especially those who have never cooked before.
Potatoes pair well with just about any assortment of vegetables for a meal you can feel good about — may that be for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Grilled shrimp salad filled with corn and lettuce gives you a hearty dinner — that’s ready in 25 minutes.
Saly Som and her family are making more than doughnuts in Summit.
A Commercial Dispatch reader recently submitted this photo taken at the Waffle House in Columbus. According to the reader, firefighters responded to a call while waiting for their meal at the restaurant. The staff boxed the meals up and kept their seats empty until they returned. The reader said the photo showed how first-responders put the community’s needs first.
Sometimes a little hope is all you need to keep living, according to Yves Dushime, a refugee originally from Rwanda who now calls Buffalo, New York, home.
Mississippi State University is leading a $7.8 million U.S. Department of Defense project to advance military engineering capabilities.
Starkville’s Unity Park Committee will accept nominations for the 2022 Unity Park Honorees from Sept. 1 to Nov. 1.
As a boy, Dennis Newell grew up not far from the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in Mississippi and watched it develop and grow.
The Oktibbeha County Master Gardeners are finding ways to make gardening easier.
With the arrival of football season comes tailgate parties.
Scoring big on game day requires championship-level meals and snacks that keep the crowd full and ready for action. You can take your tailgate to the house with these baked dishes that help simplify homegating so you can focus on the big screen.
School is back in session, and mornings can be hectic. But you don’t have to put breakfast on the back burner.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is set to permanently increase the value of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits by 25 percent above pre-pandemic levels in
When we’re going through our situations, instead of us complaining about them, start praising God. Once we do this, it will shift our focus off our situation and put it on God.
Columbus Arts Council will host an opening reception for its latest exhibits, with feature photography and mixed media.
Early mornings in the yard and garden are a special time.
Starkville Area Arts Council recently announced two upcoming projects.
Local bands are coming together to help out the family of one of their own later this month.