Courtney Taylor had been executive director for the Communiversity and workforce training at East Mississippi Community College for four months before the COVID-19 pandemic forced the college to send all its students home, leaving the brand new 143,000 square-foot advanced manufacturing training center on Highway 82 empty.
Ghanshyam Heda was hoping to visit his mother in India this year.
In fact, when the biology professor at Mississippi University for Women applied for the Fulbright-Nehru Academic Excellence Award in 2017, he even began discussing with his mother the possibility of the program bringing him to his native country.
Around this time of year people begin planning for warmer months ahead and for luscious gardens of tomatoes, squash, peppers, eggplants and numerous other varieties of summer veggies.
City officials and employees crammed into a banquet room at Lion Hills on Thursday to celebrate 19 local high school students who took part in this year’s MDOT Urban Youth Corps Program.
Have you always wondered if you could grow your own vegetables or learn what plants attract butterflies?
More riders in Mississippi State University’s therapeutic riding program increases the need for volunteers and horses.
One day in the late 1970s, at B. L. Moor High School, principal Ezell Wicks was making his rounds in the hallways.
He spotted Jerry Rice playing hookie. Rice thought his hiding place was optimal. It wasn’t. Wicks approached and scared Rice, who bolted. Wicks noticed how fast the sophomore could run and, after lashing Rice eight times, told him to try out for the football team.
A NFL Hall of Fame player and Mississippi gridiron legend will be honored this week in Crawford.
Jerry Rice, a Crawford native who played 20 seasons in the NFL will be honored at 12:30 p.m. Thursday in his hometown during a special program called “Hometown Hall Of Famers” at East Oktibbeha County High School.
A new agricultural event targeting third-graders will take place at Mississippi State University Nov. 5-9. FARMtastic is an educational program designed to help children learn
Mississippi State’s T.K. Martin Center will be featured on “Mississippi Roads” airing Thursday at 7 p.m., on Mississippi Public Broadcasting. An original production of MPB,