Mayor Lynn Spruill and six Starkville aldermen decided Tuesday at a special-call work session to pursue three potential projects to ask the state to fund, narrowing down a longer list of ideas from earlier this month.
Mississippi State University Libraries has launched “A Banner Day” program at Mitchell Memorial Library.
Mississippi State University Libraries has made available in its digital collections the Civil War era, first-hand accounts of the Orville Babcock Diaries and Letters of Pvt. Arthur McKinstry.
A Michigan couple who faced jail after they borrowed a novel and a Dr. Seuss book from a local library and held onto them long past their return dates will remain free.
It was only after high school, college and two master’s degrees that C. Sade Turnipseed said she ever learned about Ida B. Wells, the black woman journalist and radical activist who was an invaluable asset in the Civil Rights Movement and the fight against injustice.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library will host an open house for its annual Festival of Trees Thursday, Dec. 10 from 4-6 p.m.
The Adult Services Department of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System announces it will host Job Readiness Workshops and a Career Fair in September.
Poets, writers, musicians and one novelist gathered in the second-floor meeting room of the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library on Monday for the library’s first ever open mic.
Artist Susan Nawrocki of Columbus currently has several pieces of her artwork on display at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library.
Younger Americans can hardly imagine a time when you had to visit a library to research the population of Phoenix in 1980.