Archive - 2010 - Lifestyle News
Legyard Reynolds entire name was William Legyard Reynolds, but he was simply called, Legard pronounced (Led-yod).
We asked third graders at Starkville Academy to share their favorite recipes for cooking a turkey this Thanksgiving. The recipes are printed
exactly as they are submitted.
I am interested in knowing your opinion of an excerpt from the script of the play I am writing in which a song by Laura Nyro is featured.
By EMILY JONES
The Deluded Diva
I was musing today about the civil wars Iâ€™ve caused over the years when I veered from the traditional Thanksgiving menu.
By ALIX HUI
Vegetarian on the Inside
By JAY REED
EATS ONE ATE
My wife has done a study (mostly of me) and reached the conclusion that Mississippians have a natural knack for finding each other.
By RUTH MORGAN
For the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum
One way of making extra spending money for the holidays in the 1920s was by raising turkeys.
This book, â€śThe First Thanksgivingâ€ť by Garnet Jackson is a Scholastic Reader which features short sentences, sight words, and words that can be sounded out.
Catherine Jeannette Bailey of Madison announces the engagement of her daughter, Martha Jeannette (Missy) Ingels to Wesley Mann Black, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bay Black of Starkville.