The Mississippi State softball team certainly came close to winning at least once in Saturday’s doubleheader at No. 18 Missouri. But the Bulldogs have learned
The Green Wave won their fourth straight game.
Group’s effort to erect 120-foot cross on Highway 25 faces long odds against city permitting process
The Holy Spirit is moving in communities all over Mississippi, Bob Daniels believes. He and a growing group of Christians in Starkville are wanting to
It’s hard to say who missed Super Bulldog Weekend the most after COVID-19 wiped it out completely in 2020: businesses or the fans.
The wife of a murdered New Hope man has been sentenced to 25 years in Mississippi Department of Corrections, ending a nearly six-year-long homicide case that saw a mother and daughter both sent to prison.
In the 1970s, I found an old Choctaw basket in the attic of my great aunt Marcella Sykes Billups Richards‘ home in Columbus. It was not a tourist-trade basket but a well-made, reinforced work basket more than 100 years old.
Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Office and Mississippi State Fire Marshal’s Office are investigating Thursday’s house fire on Fulgham Road as arson. Oktibbeha County Fire Department arrived
The U.S. is setting up a $1.7 billion national network to identify and track worrisome coronavirus mutations whose spread could trigger another pandemic wave, the Biden administration announced Friday.
STARKVILLE — A bevy of pitching talent and punchouts was the main proponent of No. 4 Mississippi State’s season long nine-game winning streak. The Bulldogs
No. 4 Mississippi State stymied by Doug Nikhazy, No. 6 Ole Miss as Bulldogs’ nine-game win streak ends
The left-hander struck out 12 Bulldogs to even the series in Starkville.
Leach said the Bulldogs didn’t have much energy, particularly on offense, in Saturday’s Maroon and White game at Davis Wade Stadium.
I think it’s great to see the city is resurfacing Fifth Street North. It was way overdue. Now there will be lines guiding all the
A rose to the Hive Community Farm and Garden which is moving to a new site that will expand the space available for residents to
God has given every Believer power to bind and loosen. When we bind up something, we have to loosen the opposite of what we’re binding up with the Word Of God. “For the word of God is alive and powerful. It is sharper than the sharpest two-edged sword, cutting between soul and spirit, between joint and marrow. It exposes our innermost thoughts and desires.” (Hebrews 4:12) NLT
Look up the word “peripatetic” in a thesaurus and take your pick: nomadic, traveling, wandering, roving, roaming. You can’t describe Neal Moore without using one of them.
Reliving the awful details of George Floyd’s slow suffocation is brutal and emotionally draining. As always in matters touching on race, the thrum of ethnic hostilities is the background noise. Some have been eager, since the trial began, to cite George Floyd’s drug use or heart trouble as the true cause of death (arguments the prosecution has effectively debunked). Others have argued that if Floyd had simply agreed to enter the squad car, he would be alive today — as if that exonerates the officers.
Here’s something no one has heard in the past 150 years or so: The St. Paul’s Episcopal Church May Luncheon is back.
“Due to the pandemic, we had to cancel the luncheon last year,” said Gina Thompson, president of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Women (ECW), which has conducted the luncheon since its beginning. “That is probably the first year since its inception that we haven’t had the luncheon.”
The calendar noted March 20 as the first day of spring, or Spring Equinox.
All are welcome to celebrate Earth Day with a Community Seed Swap Tuesday at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System.
Rain or shine, a small statue of a hooded man stands sentinel over my garden, reminding me of the billions of gardeners who have shared vegetables, herbs and flowers with others.