“Syrup and Biscuits”, a Facebook cooking place, is about the kindness in people, food and memories of growing up in the south. You will find recipes and food related stories about Southern food culture and history. The owner and sweet … Read more
by Tom L. Gregory
Many years ago there was this musical group called the Five Man Electrical Band that recorded a little song that had the chorus “Signs, signs everywhere there’s signs. Blocking out the scenery. Breaking my mind. Do … Read more
By David Nagel and Lelia Kelly
A couple of problems have been occurring with tomato fruit.
One is an area of smoky or tangled-thread looking black areas on the side of the fruit. This could be a symptom … Read more
By Roy Hawkins
The big fish tail walked all over the old run of the Big Black River locked in a battle to the death with my dad. My father and I were bass fishing on the ole run when … Read more
Pastor Steve Ellison
God has given much authority, and even more responsibility to fathers. Social workers study extensively and consistently report that good fathering is of the utmost importance in the well-being of children.
Therefore it is right and … Read more
By Austin Bishop
Both Mississippi State and Ole Miss will be playing football late into the night this season if the early-season schedule is andy indication of what 2015 has to hold.
The Southeastern Conference announced its television … Read more
Broken Wings Christian Women’s Job Corps Aug. 11
Broken Wings Ministries Christian Women’s Job Corps is taking applications for classes until June 25. Applications may be picked up at the Broken Wings office. The twenty-five weeks program will include Bible … Read more
By Nathan Gregory
MSU Ag Communications
Small, rural towns often face the challenge of providing a quality-of-life standard needed to attract new residents, while some communities on the fringe of large cities may struggle to meet the infrastructure demands that … Read more
Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.
This week’s column is pertaining to the truism that vocabulary opens your mind, the second of three reasons discussed in the article “Top 3 Reasons to Improve Your Vocabulary” published … Read more
Details the major implications for the health of Mississippi’s citizens and economy
Recently, the White House Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) released estimates of the health and economic benefits if Mississippi decides to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.… Read more