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School news: Camp graduates

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School news: Booth graduates

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School news: Ellis recognized

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School news: NMCC President's List

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School news: Perry graduates

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School news: ICC graduates

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School news: James offered scholarship

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School news: Jones to study abroad

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School news: Linscott on President's List

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School news: Heritage Academy Honors

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Microgreens: small size, big nutrition and flavor

Posted 6/13/2018 in Food

As maintenance manager at a Columbus plant, Chris Allen tackles some pretty big jobs. At home, however, he's into the smaller things of life. Really small.

A bright quinoa salad with a bite, creaminess and acidity

Posted 6/13/2018 in Food

Sure, quinoa is a complete protein and is known as a "superfood," so it's a great base for a hearty and healthful main dish salad. But we love it also for its intriguing and delicate texture and nutty flavor.

A pair of ways to celebrate the humble and tangy radish

Posted 6/13/2018 in Food

I don't remember when I had radishes with unsalted butter and coarse salt for the first time, but I know that it was in France.

The secret to avoiding dry tenderloins in the slow cooker

Posted 6/13/2018 in Food

Cooking a lean roast like pork tenderloin in a slow cooker is tricky because it can quickly turn overcooked and dry.

Serve pink sangria straight up or topped with bubbly water

Posted 6/13/2018 in Food

Nothing spells summertime like sangria, the chilled and refreshing wine-based fruit punch from Spain that landed on our shores to stay via the 1964 World's Fair.

Mile by mile: 40,000 miles, and what does Tom Kennedy do? Keeps running

Posted 6/9/2018 in Community

Tom Kennedy leans over and lifts a ledger from a stack of them on his coffee table. There are five in all. The 83-year-old opens the worn, green covers of the book he holds, and there they are -- the miles he's run, meticulously recorded in line after line, number after number.

New book on beating anxiety, depression hits close to home

Posted 6/9/2018 in Community

Alison Buehler of Starkville once heard a speaker at a conference say, "If you know a good path somewhere, it's your obligation to share it."

Playing in the dirt: Tables and turtles and awards, oh my

Posted 6/9/2018 in Columns

For regular readers of this column, you may remember that I frequently espouse the benefits of being a member of the Master Gardener organization.

 

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