Archive - Jul 2011 - Lifestyle News
By GWEN SISSON
Wanda Thorne said when she was in high school, she told friends she wanted to have a personal library, a flower garden and marry a man who could cook.
Pictured from are the recently elected 2011-2012 board members of the Starkville Pilot Club: Fay Parker, Treasurer; Peggy Norman, President; Lynn Bolin, Past-President; Lindsey Wiseman, Vice-President
I have become weary of worrying about the debt ceiling as well asÂ the leak in my bathroom ceiling.Â Life can beÂ downright scaryÂ sometimes, and the nitwits in Washington seem to have declared Halloween
By RUTH MORGAN
For Starkville Daily News
Thirty-three years ago on September 20, 1977, I headed to Starkvilleâ€™s McGinnis Style and Barber Shop across the street from the Starkville Public Library.
By GWEN SISSON
He was driving home from church when something flew into his eye. When Jason Minor closed and rubbed his eye, he realized he could not see.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The spotlight is shining on a new exhibit at MSU Libraries.
Cincinnati has a timely history with much of it riding the venerable grandfather clock.Â At one end of the pendulum was the Samuel Best Clock Company with Herschede Hall Clock Company chiming out the o
Tickets are on sale now for the culinary event of the year, bringing some of the Golden Triangle's finest chefs together to compete for the title of Best of Forks and Corks.
Summer is the ideal time to have friends and family over for casual get-togethers that are centered on the grill and outdoor dining.