When a child grows up to follow in dad's footsteps, most fathers will admit to a bit of pride. But when pediatric dentist Dr. David K. Curtis really thinks about the fact that not one, but both of his children, became pediatric dentists themselves, it can sometimes, he admitted, seem almost surreal.
U.S. Air Force National Guard Airman 1st Class Court Truelock graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas.
"Hey, guys! Donation!" Habitat for Humanity ReSale Store Manager Abby Davis' shout was followed by the deep rumble of the building's wide metal lift door being raised. A vehicle pulled up with a hefty donation for the store -- in this case, a sofa.
Two short months after 100+ Women Who Care Columbus held its inaugural meeting in April, the group is ready to make a substantial donation to its first Impact Award recipient. When members gather Tuesday, June 18, they will vote for one Lowndes County nonprofit organization to receive an amount currently at about $13,000.
During her junior and senior years at Noxubee County High School, Macon resident Jaykanze Bryant, 18, was also enrolled at East Mississippi Community College. During that time she held down a job and, for a few hectic months, worked a second job.
Mississippi State's Center for Continuing Education, in partnership with leading online continuing education provider ed2go, is offering more than 300 online professional development courses.
A trio of "goddesses" watched over proceedings as Melody Vydas set to work. The squat, primitive ceramic figures, just 3 to 4 inches high, were grouped near the artist's small kiln she uses to turn bits of dichroic glass into one-of-a-kind jewelry in her home studio in north Columbus.
Approximately 60 high school scholars from 30 school districts across the state will be on the campus of Mississippi University for Women for the annual Mississippi Governor's School residential honors program.
The Mississippi Museum of Art (the Museum) announces that The Jane Crater Hiatt Artist Fellowship, a grant of $20,000, has been awarded to Critz Campbell of West Point, whose artwork will be featured in the 2019 Mississippi Invitational June 29-Aug. 11 at the Museum in Jackson.