Archive - Aug 2011 - Lifestyle News
By GWEN SISSON
Squash, okra, peas, beans, cucumbers and a few tomatoes are still on the tables at the Starkville and Maben Farmersâ€™ Markets this month.
Pat Harpole, Maben Farmersâ€™ Market treasurer, and Libby McMullen of Maben, winner of the $50 prize drawing last week.
You canâ€™t make my momâ€™s chocolate pie.
Go ahead...try. The recipe is below. But you canâ€™t do it.
Many of us make excuses as to why we donâ€™t eat breakfast, such as â€śIâ€™m running late.â€ť â€śI donâ€™t have the time,â€ť â€śI need a few more minutes of sleep,â€ť â€śIâ€™ll just have a cup of coffee,â€ť But as a parent,
Everything in moderation.Â Isnâ€™t that the credo that guides wise men and women in just about every area of life?Â I guess I should have applied this idea like the Pirates of the Caribbean applied the
By GWEN SISSON
The Greensboro Historic District has played a significant role in the daily life of Starkville residents since the town began.
I was saddened by the passing of Dan Peek, a member of America, which had such songs as Lonely People, Donâ€™t Cross the River, and Woman Tonight, all written by Peek.Â From the booklet inside the CD â€śAm
It hit me like a roadside bomb.Â Iâ€™ve become a world class whiner.
By RUTH MORGAN
For Starkville Daily News
All of our Oktibbeha County communities are really special in their own way.Â
A snow-cone is a paper cup of crushed ice flavored with fruity very colorful liquid flavored sugar syrup.