Since the early ‘80s, the faces have changed but the song has remained the same for the Gaither Vocal Band.
OXFORD – The year after Ruth Ann and Don Locke married – they’ll celebrate 51 years together on Monday – they both gained about 15 pounds.
One of my favorite Christmas memories is the way the kitchen smelled when Mama made gingerbread. That mixture of warm spices signaled the start of the holiday season in our home.
Dear Dr. Morris: The holidays are approaching and that means stress for most people. I’ve read up on how to avoid and control stress but am looking for something boiled down, a few guidelines to simplify.
As the winter cold weather and holidays approach, it is once again time to be reminded of preventive measures to keep infants and children warm, healthy and safe. Here are some of them:
Itawamba Community College has been recognized by the National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting for achieving a 100 percent pass rate on the Certified Surgical Technologist examination.
For years, my husband and I were members of the Midtown Suppah Club in Amory. We didn’t meet every month, but when we got together, we always had a blast.
TUPELO – Michael Eidt says when you grow up around good food, you learn to love good food. His mother has been a caterer in Natchez for 49 years and his sister did some catering in Germantown.
When I was a kid and Christmastime rolled around, Lizzie Horn Elementary School was abuzz with excitement. There were rooms to be decorated, parties to be planned, carols to be practiced, names to be drawn for the exchanging of gifts. And to ice that already delicious cake – the anticipation…
North Mississippi Medical Center is sponsoring a pediatric Christmas Toy Drive through Dec. 31 to brighten the hospital stays of children this holiday season.
Hummingbirds fly south when the weather turns cooler and winter is on the horizon, but what about the honey bee? Ever wonder what goes on inside the hives when cold winds and dropping temperatures kill the native wildflowers and garden blossoms?
It is somewhat serendipitous that the Earth Lady’s column should coincide with the birthday of Sir Winston Churchill for she is an unabashed, devotee of this remarkable, historical figure who saved the world for democracy. During World War II when Great Britain stood alone against Nazi tyran…
TUPELO • It’s safe to say that the choral department at Tupelo High School probably starts celebrating the Christmas season long before anyone else in Northeast Mississippi.
TUPELO • Turkish delight may not be on your recipe list for this holiday season, but the treat will abound at the Lyric Theater next week.
Just about every year, we try a new recipe for the Thanksgiving table. One year it was squash tartlets, another year it was braised collard greens.
TUPELO • Dorothy Shannon was born in a house on north Joyner Avenue in Tupelo that’s been through two tornadoes and is still standing.
It’s hard to believe, but one month from today will be Christmas. And I’ve been thinking about two of my favorite memories associated with the season.
TUPELO • Three women who make beautiful music together, often for a good cause, will soon perform their third charity concert for Sanctuary Hospice House.
A Compassionate Friends Candlelight Service for families who have experienced the death of a child or grandchild is planned for 3 p.m. Dec. 9, at Anchor Church on Coley Road in Tupelo.
As traditions go, Tupelo Ballet’s annual performance of “The Nutcracker” is right up there with leaving milk and cookies out for Santa.
My husband and I splurged on beef fillets Saturday night and I wanted a nice side dish to complement them. Because we were also having small baked potatoes, I wanted a non-starchy green vegetable.
It’s the day before Thanksgiving, and most of us already have our menus planned, groceries bought and pies and cakes baked and ready to be sliced. Now it’s time for us to put our feet up and relax a little bit with some Turkey Day trivia.
TUPELO • Walk into Classic Finishes in the West Main Shopping Center in Tupelo and you’ll get some friendly expertise, a side of sage advice and maybe a limerick or two.
Facebook, for far too long now, has set my teeth on edge. The angry and mean-spirited rants about politics and beyond hurt my heart and wear me out.
TUPELO • Way back in 1978, Joe Walsh’s song “Life’s Been Good” became an instant hit. Recounting the highs and lows of rock ‘n’ roll stardom, Walsh crooned, “I can’t complain but sometimes I still do/ Life’s been good to me so far.”
When I was a kid, I loved art. People would look at the things I had drawn or painted – a pen-and-ink wagon wheel against a sagging barbed-wire fence or a pastel island sunset with birds in flight – and they’d say, “That’s great.” So I suppose you might say I was a great artist.
A wonderful way to display your favorite decorative objects is to make beautiful tabletop arrangements with them. Great displays create a scene, tell a story, act as a focal point and make delightful decorating statements. Follow these guidelines to make charming vignettes to complement your décor.
The Physicians' HOPE fund recently donated the funds to purchase a power lift to help patients with limited mobility access the pool at the North Mississippi Medical Center Wellness Center.
NASHVILLE – Guitarist, songwriter, singer, producer – and Mississippi boy – Mac McAnally went home a winner Wednesday night, as he usually does when he leaves the Country Music Association Awards.
TUPELO • The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear – and that’s exactly what the cast of Pied Piper Players’ latest production will be doing this weekend.
TUPELO • After Forklift opened two years ago, it got the reputation of being a special occasion restaurant with an expensive menu where you went for birthdays and anniversaries.
TUPELO – In 1997, Maribeth Kirkpatrick started putting together a homemade cookbook. She’d clip recipes from magazines or newspapers and collect handwritten ones from family and friends and put them in clear plastic sleeves in a thin notebook.