“(Jack Boucher) drove north and the earth flattened and the night opened up her wide, welcoming mouth and took him in. Stay awake, he thought. Stay hot. Rumble through the dark with abandon.”
The smiling young woman in the video mouths the words to the song playing in the background. “I’m Mr. White Christmas; I’m Mr. Snow.” As she lip syncs, she carefully dabs white face paint onto half of her face. She tops it with accents of glittery blue and the delicate arms of snowflakes.
Mississippi University for Women has announced Jessica Harpole as vice president for student affairs and dean of students, pending approval by the Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning.
Two Mississippi State students are receiving study abroad opportunities of a lifetime, thanks to prestigious David L. Boren Awards.
Academy Honors & Honor Roll Report – Second semester 2020-21 school year Academy Honors 3rd Grade – Jack Blalock, Kendall Edwards, Elliott Gaskin, Emiline Allgood,
MSU engineering alum writes children’s book on financial literacy, presents to local Boys and Girls Club
The cover art shows the face of a dark-skinned man. He is turned to the side so that only his profile shows. His mouth is open, the one visible cheek stuffed with food. His fingertips grasp what appears to be half of planet Earth. His eyes are closed as he savors his food. He is enjoying this bite he is taking, this bite of the world.
There is a horse in Crawford that Wilson Sanchez is determined to ride.
The seven inmates of the Clay County Detention Center enrolled in the newly created Construction Skills program at East Mississippi Community College’s West Point-Clay County Center are hoping the training will help them land good paying jobs upon their release.
WEST POINT — North Mississippi Medical Center-West Point recently presented the Dr. Hiroji Noguchi Memorial Scholarship to Nicholas Flannagan, a recent graduate of Oak Hill
WEST POINT — North Mississippi Medical Center-West Point has awarded $1,000 college scholarships to recent graduates and Baylee Smith. Henson is a graduate of Oak
Several area residents were among those who earned Associate of Arts or Associate of Applied Science degrees or certificates during an online commencement ceremony May
The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science (MSMS) would like to congratulate the Class of 2021 on their upcoming graduation. Specifically, we would like to
Columbus Municipal School District Kaely Fenton, Tylan Hinton, Makyah Lee, Jalyn Lofton, Madison McGrew, Jordan Mize, De’Ana Neal, AnTonio Phillips, Ayden Richardson, Kody Rickert, Nicholas
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.
President’s List Caledonia — Anna Elizabeth Brock, Leslie Jaydan Ray, Sydney Wiggins; Columbus — Audrey K. Wilson; Macon — Anna N. Borntrager; Starkville — Megan
‘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.
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