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Southern Gardening: Time spent gardening yields beauty, benefits

Posted 3/21/2020 in Columns

We are certainly experiencing troubling and scary times right now. "Quarantine," "pandemic" and "social distancing" have become frequently used words, at least until we get a handle on COVID-19.

The prepared pantry

Posted 3/18/2020 in Food

We have all had a lot thrown at us in the past week or so. Each family is making temporary adjustments. Some are now working from home for a while; others unexpectedly have the kids home from school. For all of us who anticipate being "at the house" more than usual, that means having extra food on hand.

A flavorful family meal

Posted 3/18/2020 in Food

If your family struggles to make meal time happen, try creating kid-friendly recipes that bring everyone together at the table.


Time-saving kitchen shortcuts that don't sacrifice quality

Posted 3/18/2020 in Food

If coordinating schedules to gather the family around the dinner table is a victory in its own right, finding enough time to prepare a well-rounded, flavorful meal may just be a medal-worthy accomplishment.


Go simple with salmon

Posted 3/18/2020 in Food

Make your next family meal quick and tasty with a recipe that calls for common ingredients and simple preparation.

A savory, crowd-pleasing breakfast

Posted 3/18/2020 in Food

When you need a breakfast to feed a large group, this biscuit-sausage mushroom casserole is a perfect option.

JA Charity Ball to present 2020 court

Posted 3/14/2020 in Community

Twenty-two high school seniors comprise the Junior Auxiliary of Columbus Charity Ball Court to be presented during the annual event at Trotter Convention Center March 28.


Community Calendar for the week of March 15, 2020

Posted 3/14/2020 in Entertainment


Southern Gardening: Choose a perennial salvia for recurring garden wins

Posted 3/14/2020 in Columns

Sometimes it seems I need a larger garden landscape because, sadly, I don't have room for every great plant I write about. But one group of plants I make sure to save space for is perennial salvia.

In the garden with Felder: A look at some of Mother Nature's 'weirdos'

Posted 3/14/2020 in Columns

Some of the strangest space creatures in the Known Universe grow right here on our own planet, including in Mississippi.


Get SAAC summer scholarship applications now

Posted 3/14/2020 in Community

A long running tradition, Starkville Area Arts Council awards scholarships each summer to youth ages 11-18 for extracurricular art and art education programs.


Sweeten up St. Patrick's Day

Posted 3/11/2020 in Food

On the shelf of a decorative tabletop cabinet at home sits a tiny porcelain replica of an Irish cottage. With its thatched roof and white-washed walls, it sits atop the lid of a small oval box designed to hold some miniature treasure.

Butter Together: Just another fake-out meal

Posted 3/11/2020 in Food

One of the things that is really difficult about having food allergies is the fact that they make eating out less enjoyable and relaxing.

A St. Paddy's Day sandwich

Posted 3/11/2020 in Food

In honor of the day when everyone is Irish, welcome family and friends to a traditional St. Patrick's Day lunch with this Reuben sandwich recipe.

A minty seasonal shake

Posted 3/11/2020 in Food

St. Patrick's Day may call to mind hearty meals and pots o' gold, but that doesn't mean sweets can't be part of the equation, too.

Make cents of a healthy diet

Posted 3/11/2020 in Food

One of the great myths of healthy eating is that it's expensive. Making healthier choices can actually save you money when you know how to shop smart.

Sew much kindness: When they learned of the need, these volunteers became 'women of action'

Posted 3/7/2020 in Community

A steady hum from Barbara Richardson's Singer sewing machine Tuesday afternoon signaled that she was at it again -- turning colorful prints, stripes and polka dots into little dresses that will produce smiles a world away from her north Columbus home.

MSU to host presentation by California anthropologist Jason De Leon

Posted 3/7/2020 in Entertainment

Mississippi State's Department of Anthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures is sponsoring a March 24 presentation by California anthropologist and educator Jason De Leon.


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