Archive - Dec 2010 - Lifestyle News
On a very cold November 16, 1997 I packed up my car with all my art supplies, slammed the back screen door hearing it slam behind me, turned the key inside, backed out of the drive way, and headed to
White chocolate mousse is a favorite. So is pomegranate and peanut butter.
For the Daily News
The Fifth Annual Mississippi State Double Reed Day was heldrecently in Colvard Student Union on the MSU campus.
On Dec. 10, Mississippians observed their 193 birthday. Well, maybe it was only just me. I didnâ€™t hear about anyone else celebrating.
The 2010-2011 Starkville Newcomersâ€™Â Club officers:Â (left to right)Â Dale Phillips, Secretary;Â Martha Taylor, First Vice President;Â Mildred Stickley, President;Â Myrna Lott, Treasurer; and Betty Burrell
Sometime in the late 1980â€™s our family acquired a corn casserole recipe. Some might call this casserole a soufflĂ©, others might call it a pudding â€“ we just call it yummy.
By RUTH MORGAN
For the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum
There was a time every great downtown featured an array of family owned stores and Starkville was no exception.
Will Evans Doughty, left, and Mac McReynolds, right, taking a little break from â€śtailgate football.â€ť See more Fall Football Fun in Sunday's Lifestyles section