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Low-carb, anyone?: Going lower-carb doesn't mean giving up on flavor

Posted 1/16/2019 in Food

If reducing carbohydrates in your diet is part of your I'm-gonna-do-it-better-this-year master plan, you're not alone.

Butter Together: Everything old is new again

Posted 1/16/2019 in Food

A couple years ago, Zack and I decided to stop giving our children gifts for Christmas.

 

The W announces spring cooking classes

Posted 1/16/2019 in Food

Mississippi University for Women's Culinary Arts Institute will offer four Saturday cooking classes to the public this spring that require no enrollment in the university.

 

A one-pan chili with maximum flavor starts with toasted rice

Posted 1/16/2019 in Food

Looking to make enough chili for one night's dinner without hauling out a heavy pot, we turned to our trusty skillet.

Considering shrimp for dinner? Check out this Greek recipe

Posted 1/16/2019 in Food

In the traditional Greek dish called shrimp saganaki, sweet, briny shrimp are covered with a garlic- and herb-accented tomato sauce and topped with crumbles of creamy, salty feta cheese.

Building Hope: A local teacher helps 'build a bridge' between continents

Posted 1/12/2019 in Community

When Janet Robertson stands before her New Hope Middle School science students, the class has her full attention. But there are quiet moments, after-hours or during down time, when her mind travels 8,000 miles away.

Memphis Jones brings a dose of Beale Street to the Triangle

Posted 1/12/2019 in Entertainment

From blues to soul and rock 'n' roll, Memphis Jones delivers a Memphis-music experience to every audience. Jones' high-energy infotainment is a weekly fixture at B.B. King's Blues Club on world-famous Beale Street.

'Black Panther' inspired artwork on display at The W

Posted 1/12/2019 in Entertainment

In an exhibition at the Mississippi University for Women Galleries, ceramic artist Stephen Phillips displays his most recent artwork, all of which are functional vessels in which he explores the juxtaposition of textures and colors.

Former rodeo rider exhibits tribute to unsung heroes

Posted 1/12/2019 in Entertainment

An exhibit of pencil drawings by Clay County artist Tommy Valentine opens with a 2 p.m. reception today at the Louise Campbell Center for the Arts at 235 Commerce St. in downtown West Point.

 

Playing in the dirt: New year, new start

Posted 1/12/2019 in Columns

Should old acquaintances be forgotten? Well, of course not!

 

Golden Triangle UNCF banquet set for Friday at The W

Posted 1/12/2019 in Community

This Friday marks the date of the Golden Triangle United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Banquet.

 

MLK celebration in West Point announces plans

Posted 1/12/2019 in Community

A Martin Luther King Jr. celebration sponsored by Davidson Chapel CME Church in West Point is set for Monday, Jan. 21.

 

MSU to celebrate MLK Jr.'s life, legacy with Unity Breakfast, Day of Service

Posted 1/12/2019 in Community

Mississippi State is honoring Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy as a minister, humanitarian and civil rights activist during the university's 25th Annual Unity Breakfast and Day of Service Monday, Jan. 21.

Columbus-Lowndes Public Library earns Star status

Posted 1/12/2019 in Community

Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System is among 12 library systems in the state recently named as Mississippi Library Stars for Fiscal Year 2017.

 

Community Calendar for the week of January 13, 2019

Posted 1/12/2019 in Entertainment

 

 

Out There for the week of January 13, 2019

Posted 1/12/2019 in Entertainment

 

Southern Gardening: Consider three winning plants for landscapes, gardens

Posted 1/12/2019 in Columns

This January's temperatures have been drastically different from what we saw during last year's first month.

 

Tractor Supply and FFA seeking grant applications through Feb. 11

Posted 1/12/2019 in Community

For the fourth consecutive year, Tractor Supply Co. and FFA are partnering for the Grants for Growing campaign, a competitive grant program that provides funding to FFA chapters across the country for the development or improvement of a proposed agricultural project.

 

 

International Paper to offer butterfly kits for local schools

Posted 1/12/2019 in Community

International Paper and Earth's Birthday Project have partnered to bring environmental education to the forefront in the Golden Triangle. IP will provide, free of charge, a limited number of butterfly and sunflower kits for kindergarten through fourth grade classrooms in the area.

 

 

School news: NEMCC Honors

Posted 1/12/2019 in Community

 

 

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