On a Mission in Mississippi

By Katie Eubanks

Northside Sun Staff Writer

 

Without the cross, Mission Mississippi would be just another nonprofit with nice ideas.

But the cross changes everything.

That’s what Mission Mississippi staff and board members are praying will happen over the … Read more

Fall, winter gardens offer fresh produce

By Susan Collins-Smith

MSU Ag Communications

 

JACKSON – The vegetable garden’s homegrown goodness can last well into the fall and early winter with proper care.

Summer vegetables, such as tomatoes, squash, cucumbers and peppers can all be replanted this … Read more

Historical Highlight Luncheon next week

By Press Reports

 

The August Historical Highlight Luncheon at French Camp Presbyterian Church will be on Tuesday, August 13 at noon.

The speaker will Dr. Patrick Hopkins, Professor and Chair of the Philosophy Department at Millsaps College.

Patrick is … Read more

Verbena: A hot plant for a hot place

By Lelia Kelly and David Nagel

Extension Horticulture Specialists

 

Need a good plant for those hot, dry, sunny places? How about verbena?

Pink, red, and white-flowering selections are common, but those aren’t your only choices.  One is called “Peaches … Read more

More Back to School Recipes: Brock’s Best!

I have more easy recipes for your busy weeknights! It’s Brock to the rescue! What is better than super home-cooked meals and desserts when you get home from a long and busy day? I have three simple and fabulous recipes … Read more