Daughter Jennifer in California sent this recipe one night last week. She said she made it for her family and they all enjoyed it.
TUPELO • If you asked the average North Mississippian to describe the Orthodox Church, he or she might feel a bit stumped.
Looking for an alternative lunch spot today? Check out one of several food trucks/trailers around Tupelo. We'll update this list as we know locations and specials.
Perinatal social worker Christy Whitley has been named Health Care Social Worker of the Year for 2018 by the Mississippi Society for Social Work Leadership in Health Care.
Dear Dr. Morris: We have two children, 4 and 6, and have problems getting them to take naps and go to bed at night. Please provide some general guidelines for getting children to go to bed at night – and stay there. -N. M. Tupelo
More and more women in this country are obtaining their screening mammograms and getting their clinical breast exams than ever before, and more people are informed about options in the treatment of breast cancer.
TUPELO •By the time last year’s Haunted Theatre at Tupelo Community Theatre was winding down, director Steve Miller was already hard at work on what to do for 2018.
TUPELO • If you’re planning to participate in Friday’s Chilifest contest in downtown Tupelo, look out. The woman whose chili has placed first or second the last four years will be back in action.
PONTOTOC • In her book, “Traveling Mercies: Some Thoughts on Faith,” author Anne Lamott describes the music she heard at a small church in the San Francisco Bay area – music that played a role in her recovery from addiction and her journey to faith:
The harsh light of summer is softening incrementally before our eyes, like denim in the wash. Summer’s stiff indigo morphs into fall’s faded velvet blue.
In early fall, fields of goldenrod abound and add a Midas touch to the landscape. These native wildflowers, Solidago canadensis, with golden florets atop tall stalks, adorn meadows, fallow fields, and unsprayed roadsides. Mother Nature must like a little gilt this time of year, and so does t…
Sometimes no matter how carefully we plan, a shrub or tree that that’s been planted needs to be transplanted from one location to another. Before moving any tree or shrub, there are many things to consider.
TUPELO • The first Art Tour of Homes will be Sunday, Oct. 21, from 2 to 5 p.m. and will showcase original artwork collected by four Tupelo couples.
The event will begin at 7 a.m. in the fellowship hall with sausage biscuits for breakfast, followed by hamburger plates a little later for lunch. But all morning you can purchase fresh and frozen baked goods, casseroles and soups, cakes, pies, candies and homemade breads.
CORINTH – Rhonda Allred puttered in the kitchen a little bit with her mother when she was growing up in Booneville, but it was only after she got her first apartment that she really began cooking.
TUPELO • William “Doc” Robbins of Tupelo is legally blind, but he can’t see why that should stop him from doing what he loves to do: helping others.
Years ago, when our kids were young, we lived on a working farm in Chickasaw County. Every year around this time, our thoughts turned to pigs.
The terms obsessive or compulsive have become common words we hear or use on a regular basis. For instance, my friend describes her need for neatness, punctuality and a balanced checkbook as compulsive.
The North Mississippi Medical Center Breast Cancer Program has been granted a three-year full accreditation designation by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers, a program administered by the American College of Surgeons.
I mentioned in this space a few weeks ago that I had recently spent a long weekend with the Parsons girl cousins in Tennessee. We each took casseroles, cakes and snacks to share with one another at our reunion.
NEW ALBANY • In the 27 years since they married, Joe Edd and Sandi Morris have learned they work well together – no matter the size of the task.
Nearly two weeks ago on a Tuesday afternoon, I received a text. It was from a friend whose life had long inspired all who knew and loved her. For the past five years, she’d been engaged in a courageous combat with cancer, and she realized her battle was nearing an end.
I do not think of myself as old. Furthermore, it does not occur to me that anyone else would think of me as old, either. Hello denial, my old friend.