Nine students from throughout the Magnolia State are back home after spending last week at the Mississippi State art department’s INvision summer camp.
Jaiye Gillon, of Ackerman, was one of the nine participants. She is the daughter of … Read more
By Jane Collins, Manager
Maben Farmers’ Market
Skies were bright and the breeze was mild Saturday morning as the vendors and the customers gathered at the Maben Farmers’ Market for another day of shopping and visiting.
A new vendor from … Read more
Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Tawoneia Suggs of a Ackerman, Miss., native is serving … Read more
By Keri Collins Lewis
MSU Ag Communications
MISSISSIPPI STATE — Exploring the wonders of nature does not have to be time-consuming, expensive or complicated.
June is National Great Outdoors Month and is an ideal time to encourage kids to explore … Read more
Submitted Ethen Gillespie
Building Strong Families
So you want things to change in your relationship. You are not happy with the way things are going.
This is a cause of much frustration and anxiety. You find yourself thinking “if my … Read more
By Leslie Burger
MSU Extension Service
MISSISSIPPI STATE — Despite most people’s fears, snakes are an important part of our natural world and are also helpful to us in many ways.
All snakes are predators, meaning they feed … Read more
Golden Triangle Area in North Mississippi, August 8th-10th, 2014 – Gentiva Hospice, a member of the Gentiva Health Services family of home health and hospice companies, is sponsoring a FREE children’s grief camp – Camp I Believe – for children … Read more
Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.
A sub-plot in Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part One involves the King’s son, Prince Harry, who spends time with a bad crowd, but secretly plans to transform himself into a noble … Read more
By Press Reports
Hundreds of Choctaw County citizens currently use self-injection at home as treatment for diabetes, arthritis and other medical problems. While a medical necessity, the practice often creates problems for … Read more
Submitted by C.J. Johnson
At the Battle of Petersburg, Virginia, on June 15, “Once under way, the Union attack proved anti-climactic… darkness had enveloped the battlefield. [Union General Wm. F. “Baldy”] Smith, joined at last by Hancock, decided to postpone … Read more