This holiday season, the family wanted steak for dinner.
Four Mississippi State students were among 30 chosen nationwide to participate in a recent training conference for college students entering the meat science industry.
Taking time to nurture your health and well-being starts with building healthier habits.
Maintaining healthy habits and managing schedules for the entire family is often easier said than done.
Passionate bakers sometimes find themselves short on butter (and long on overripe bananas).
I like to close every year with a look back at plants that were some of the solid performers and those that were surprises in my landscape and garden.
The holidays are a difficult time for many people.
The Golden Triangle made its way through a pandemic, saw the leadership of two major art organizations and much more during 2021.
Mississippi Department of Archives and History (MDAH) will award fellowships of up to $2,000 to support individuals hoping to locate information related to their family history using available MDAH resources.
Author Jennifer Moffett may be a Mississippi transplant, but she knows the state from top to bottom — literally.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are advising people to not eat salad mixes that may be contaminated with E. Coli.
Columbus Arts Council will start the new year with mixed-media and photography exhibits by local artists Joe A. MacGown and John Burrow.
Over the years, my family has celebrated New Year’s Day in several different states.
Each state has a different take on what to eat for the first meal of the year.
Tammy Herod is familiar with challenges and juggling multiple careers and she’s always ready to take on more. As a hairstylist, real estate agent, mentor, organizer and creator, Herod wears many hats. Now she’s adding another to the stack: author.
A calorie is a calorie is a calorie, at least from a thermodynamic standpoint. It’s defined as the amount of energy needed to raise the
It’s been a little more than 10 years since Karen Kurr, of Oxford, stood behind her array of slow cookers at a North Mississippi farmers market and offered samples of savory meals from the bayous of her native Louisiana: spicy gumbo, crawfish étouffée and red beans and rice.
For years, the military has been sending recordings of deployed soldiers back home.
Columbus Arts Council, Magnolia Independent Film Festival, and several art groups affiliated with Mississippi State University are among the organizations and artists that recently received grants from the Mississippi Arts Commission.
Neither a pandemic nor a freak accident could stop Columbus readers from getting their hands on a book.