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Vaughan’s vocabulary

December 15, 2012

By DON VAUGHAN

We remember Christmas Part 1

December 15, 2012

By RUTH MORGAN

This is Part One of the “We Remember Christmas” booklet written by local notable historians and genealogists for OCHGS. Part Two will appear next week. This is the first time it has appeared in print and will make excellent story time for children of Christmas memories of long ago. You may wish to save it as a keepsake to remember stories of Christmas during war times also.

Rice paper plant adds tropical flair to garden

December 15, 2012

By GARY BACHMAN

One of the easiest ways to add tropical flair to any landscape is to use plants with large leaves. Rice paper plant is a favorite of mine that looks amazing as a component of many landscapes.

Beattie Feed Mill has magical memories

December 15, 2012

By CAROLE DAVIS

Cinema classics provide escape from dreary news

December 15, 2012

By EMILY JONES

I stumbled across a sure-fire system for improving my mental health, not to mention my outlook on life during these hard times.

Simple appetizer brings fresh flavor to any party

December 11, 2012

By MATT CRANE
life@starkvilledailynews.com

As December continues to roll along, one thing is inevitable: holiday dinner parties.

With the hustle and bustle of shopping and road trips, some people struggle to find time preparing dishes for their respective parties. At any event, a small, flavorful appetizer is certain to be a hit among those gathered, and this dish does not disappoint.

Family recipes make unique, treasured gifts

December 11, 2012

By MARIAH SMITH

Most holiday get-togethers involve tables heavily laden with favorite family recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation. Recently, a friend asked me to help her put together a family cookbook as a gift. Creating a personalized cookbook can be a great gift idea for your family, but creating one can be an ordeal.

Tips for shipping food gifts

December 11, 2012

By PAMELA REDWINE

Many of us ship or mail our gifts from the kitchen. Whether you are sending your package a short distance or out of the country, here is some advice to help get your package and its yummy contents to the final destination the way it was intended.

SFA Symposium: The final chapter

December 11, 2012

By JAY REED

I guess it’s finally time to finish the story on the SFA Symposium weekend. 

I have done my best to make it last as long as I could, but weeks away from the new year I suppose I have to let go. Sigh. 

Graffiti project offers students stress release

December 8, 2012

By MATT CRANE
life@starkvilledailynews.com

The stress of finals week can be quite overwhelming for many students on the Mississippi State University campus, but the Center for Student Activities is offering an exciting, creative outlet for those hard-working scholars looking for a much-needed break.

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