Junior Auxiliary of Columbus wrapped up its Summer JAM project at HEARTS Afterschool Tutoring Center. Using classic Bible stories, JA members worked with HEARTS Director Lisa Rooker to create memorable learning experiences for elementary students from across Lowndes County.
Whether you are grabbing your morning coffee, checking out at the store or getting the room key at a hotel, you are actively engaging with an individual in customer service.
Junior Auxiliary of Columbus announced that $45,000 in scholarships recently were awarded to 20 graduating high school seniors in Lowndes County.
Starkville Area Arts Council recently announced Art in the Park is back after a two-year hiatus.
Sometimes, you hear a song and it brings you back to a certain time and place.
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State University’s camps will be in full force this summer, with a variety of enriching activities planned for elementary through high school
After several months of research and preparation, 27 students of Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science are almost ready to help portray various figures from Columbus’ past in the 32nd edition of Tales from the Crypt.
A block party, St. Patrick’s Day Pawty, benefiting the Columbus Lowndes Humane Society will be held from 1-6 p.m. Sunday at Zachary’s in downtown Columbus.
Shahara’Tova Dente has had plenty of time to think about Black History Month.
In 1987, a circle of boyhood friends from Columbus acquired 88,000 photo negatives comprising four decades of daily life in Lowndes County — images they first discovered by happenstance in the early 1970s and never forgot.
Mississippi Department of Archives and History will host History Is Lunch Wednesday when Berkley Hudson will present “Pruitt’s Historic Columbus Photographs.” The program will also be livestreamed on Facebook.
The Starkville/MSU Symphony Orchestra will start the year with its first concert. It will begin at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Mississippi State’s Lee Hall Auditorium.
The “Temple of Music” at Mississippi University for Women will open its doors to prospective high school and community college students Feb. 10 and Feb. 12.
A fourth book in the Mississippi “Hidden History” series has been published by a Mississippi State faculty member and journalism adviser.
Mississippi University for Women Department of Music will present Songs of the Theatre, a concert of vocal solos and semi-staged ensembles from musical theatre and opera, at 7:30 p.m. Friday, in Poindexter Hall’s Kossen Auditorium.
Images of juke joints of the Mississippi Delta by local photographer Birney Imes will be on display at the Black Prairie Blues Museum.
MSU welcomes high school students from rural districts for advanced physics, computer science program
Nearly 100 promising Mississippi high school students from 13 rural districts are finishing their second week of the Advanced STEM Summer Preparatory Program at Mississippi State University to prepare for success in rigorous, advanced placement coursework this coming academic year.
Mississippi University for Women will continue to prioritize health, safety and well-being for the spring 2021 semester. Classes will begin Monday, Jan. 11 and end
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