Finding overwhelming success with their “salad table” project this summer, Oktibbeha County Master Gardeners are expanding the program to include a smaller “herb table” to their product line for fall.
Two Golden Triangle residents were recently named to the Mississippi Museum of Art’s Board of Trustees.
Market Street Festival will celebrate its 25th year Friday and Saturday and the public is invited.
While on her way to become her family’s first college graduate, Chandria Lucious Harris had to navigate the things that come with going to college without much help.
Saturday is Patriot Day. It isn’t a federal holiday, but it does mark a significant moment in America’s history.
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.
Local bands are coming together to help out the family of one of their own later this month.
Tamiya Thomas, of Starkville, recently received a scholarship from the Mississippi Trucking Association Foundation for the 2021-22 school year.
Starkville police and fire departments made a visit to the Central Station Grill, at 200 S. Montgomery St., Saturday. They weren’t there to respond to
Make plans to groove and move this weekend as Columbus Arts Council will host a concert Friday and 3rd Saturday Music and Arts Festival on Saturday.
Master Gardeners from Oktibbeha County recently enjoyed a leisurely outing at the country home of Bobby and Martha Watkins. The Watkins are Master Gardeners. They live in Starkville but are spending more time on their 200-acre farm near Aberdeen.
The Mississippi University for Women Alumni Association Board of Directors recently announced five new members.
All the gardeners I know try really hard to keep their landscapes colorful even when the summer temperatures and humidity are keeping them inside. Smart
A website dedicated to helping humans care for dogs named Lowndes Recreation Soccer Complex Bark Park one the top 50 dog parks in the United States.