"Looky there, there's Sparky!" said Debby Lawrence, carefully piloting a Lowndes County School District bus, just as she has almost every school day for the past four years. She points ahead, to the top of a utility pole in the rural west Lowndes countryside, where she's spotted a hawk.
A general update of happenings at Mississippi University for Women, including the latest in athletics, will be the highlight of the upcoming Town & Tower Club meeting scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 23 in Fant Memorial Library.
One East Mississippi Community College Automotive Technology Program graduate earned a national championship title and another earned second place in the 54th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
When it comes to your child's homework, do you beg, plead, or bribe?
A Mississippi University for Women faculty member is helping educators identify children with speech and language impairments when English is their second language.
It was in the spring of 2017 and a group of women from First United Methodist Church in Starkville were participating in a Bible study group when the women began to sense there was something more they should be doing.
Jerry Franks skirted the ravages of time in a deserted hallway of his alma mater, S.D. Lee High School.
Mississippi State University and the Mississippi National Guard announced a new program Tuesday that will ensure free tuition for Mississippi National Guard service members enrolled full-time at MSU.
A recent recognition by the East Mississippi Breastfeeding Coalition has reinforced that Mississippi University for Women cares about its campus community.
From the moment my daughter got out of school in May to the end of July, was a complete blur of summer camp, work, travel, deadlines, proposals and pool parties.
We're told the ideal amount of sleep is a blissful seven or eight hours, but in today's increasingly busy world, that's not always possible to achieve.
IUE-CWA Local 83770 from Columbus Air Force Base recently awarded three $1,000 scholarships in the inaugural year of its scholarship program. Recipients, from left, are Sarah Jackson and Briann Benson, graduates of Caledonia High School, and Octavia Gilliland, a graduate of Pickens County High School in Reform, Alabama.
Agents and specialists with the Mississippi State University Extension Service are "promising" to confront the opioid problem in Mississippi communities.
Kelli Phelps has been busy. Her Wednesday morning was spent transporting a carload of backpacks, hygiene products, notebooks, cleaning wipes, pencils and other school supplies -- all donations collected by members of the Golden Triangle Association of Realtors.
Gabe Valentine of Starkville was born with epidermolysis bullosa, a rare condition causing fragile, blistering skin and other debilitating complications.
Kait Nolan grew up with her nose in books penned by a long list of authors she enjoyed.
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