Today, she has a hard time believing she fell for it. But four years ago, Julie -- who asked not to use her last name -- accepted an email from her "bank" at face value. It informed the Columbus woman that her account information needed updating.
Light rain fell on a small group of women gathered in Odd Fellows Cemetery in Starkville on the second day of 2019. It didn't dampen their sense of purpose.
Even in the grip of frigid temperatures, Mississippians know spring will eventually begin to tease and tempt.
Mississippi State University Libraries is launching construction this month on a new digital, high-definition television studio capable of filming, editing and producing high quality digital media video projects.
Starkville Area Arts Council announces its second annual U40 Exhibit, a juried art show for artists aged 18-40.
More than one thousand students, educators and community members will assemble for a school choice rally on the grounds of the Mississippi State Capitol at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 22.
One of the world's foremost authorities on diversity, equity and inclusion is the featured speaker for Mississippi State University's 2019 Diversity Conference on Jan. 31-Feb. 1 at The Mill at MSU in Starkville.
Mississippi State University Provost and Executive Vice President Judith L. "Judy" Bonner has informed the university of her intention to retire at the end of the current fiscal year on June 30, MSU President Mark E. Keenum announced Monday.
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.
This Friday marks the date of the Golden Triangle United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Banquet.
A Martin Luther King Jr. celebration sponsored by Davidson Chapel CME Church in West Point is set for Monday, Jan. 21.
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 System is among 12 library systems in the state recently named as Mississippi Library Stars for Fiscal Year 2017.
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 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.
In their careers, Bob and Pat Boisseau of Sherwood Photography in Columbus have photographed hundreds, if not thousands, of weddings, senior portraits, children, family reunions and just about everything else in between. This past year, however, they took on an assignment of a different kind when they became official photographers of the Natchez Trace Parkway.
Welcoming a new year in is a communal event. Whether we toast it with champagne or snooze through the countdown, it's a shared experience. So we asked around the Golden Triangle: "As 2019 approaches, what would you wish for in your community in the new year?"
A community collaboration will bring an official commemoration of the Martin Luther King Holiday to the Trotter Convention Center Jan. 21, 2019.
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