It has been six months since the CBS News program “60 Minutes” told the Joe Max Higgins story of how the colorful, homespun economic development CEO brought manufacturing jobs to the Golden Triangle at a time when the industry was stagnant at best.
A Mississippi State University associate professor of history has released a new book chronicling events in a small Mississippi town that is home to a tragic monument to racial struggle.
Magnolia State author and former Mississippi Supreme Court Justice Randy Pierce will return to Starkville Thursday to promote his latest book, “The Peter Bay,” at the Starkville Friends of the Library meeting and the Book Mart & Cafe.
When James Meredith challenged Mississippi’s entrenched system of white supremacy in 1962, Gov. Ross Barnett had a plan to stop the black military veteran from integrating the state’s flagship university.
Former President George H. W. Bush has finally revealed what he really thinks of his son’s presidency.
Clay County’s “landscapes of memory” are revealed to new generations in a book to be released Aug. 3.
Harper Lee’s unexpected new novel offers an unexpected and startling take on an American literary saint, Atticus Finch.
The cover for Harper Lee’s new novel will surely remind you of the cover for her old one.
Harper Lee’s literary agent says he was “surprised” that his client was believed a victim of elder abuse and asserted “categorically” that she was in “full possession of her mental faculties” and “delighted” about this summer’s publication of her second novel.
Retrace the suddenly tangled legal saga of Harper Lee and her legacy, “To Kill A Mockingbird,” and a pivotal moment emerges.