STARKVILLE, Miss. — The color red is a Fourth of July trademark, but sometimes it represents danger.
There are more fires reported on Independence Day than any other day of the year. Fireworks account for two out of every five … Read more
Submitted by Ellen Turnipseed
On Wednesday, June 17, 2015, members of the Dixie Pan Club met at the Mitchell Memorial Library on the MSU campus in Starkville.
Carol McMinn was the hostess for our June meeting. Carol’s daughter, Linda Graham, … Read more
By Brittany Jacks
MSU Ag Communications
STARKVILLE, Miss. — Summers are no laughing matter here in Mississippi, especially for those wearing fur coats.
Dr. Brittany Thames, assistant clinical professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences with the Mississippi State University … Read more
By Austin Bishop
Jesse Hosket clearly understands what is on the line as he enters his sophomore, and last, season of junior college football.
“I have one last year to go out and prove myself,” said Hosket, who … Read more
From press & staff reports
The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) recently honored 19 Copiah-Lincoln Community College student-athletes for their classroom excellence in 2014-2015. Co-Lin had more student-athletes honored than any other school in the Mississippi Association of Community … Read more
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. held its 86th Annual South Central Leadership Conference at the Sheraton Hotel in Birmingham, Alabama. More than eight hundred members attended from the states of Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama and Arkansas.
Arnita Riley and Charlotte … Read more
From press reports
The Rainwater Observatory in French Camp will be offering a free public program for this season called “PLUTO: Icy World of Wonder!” This new presentation will be given on Friday, July 10, 2015, starting at 7 p.m. … Read more
By Gary R. Bachman
Coastal Research & Extension Center
I’m like most home gardeners when it comes to working in and maintaining my garden and landscape. My philosophy to garden chores can be summed up by the catchphrase … Read more
A wise, old black man walked into the Journal office a couple years back. He didn’t stay long, but what he had to say really stuck with me. I didn’t recognize him at first with his long beard and he … Read more
From press reports/ Submitted
Recent release ‘Popcorn Millie Meets Roze Tillie” from Page Publishing author Rhonda Booth is a heartfelt children’s book that encourages families to mourn and find faith to when dealing with a death.
Rhonda Booth, a devoted … Read more