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The Everything Garden Expo at the Mississippi Horse Park Friday and Saturday will offer green thumb enthusiasts a variety of vendors, plus talks by gardening experts.
Industry leaders will gather at Mississippi State University on April 23 to discuss existing and potential issues related to manufacturing and how to capitalize on the state's current momentum.
I drove to Starkville to interview Elizabeth Gwin, who is a vital 105 years old.
Mary Jo, a graduate of Mississippi State University, lives in Atlanta and works as an Account Executive for Ogilvy and Mather.
Sibley began her corps career in the analytical section of the geotechnical branch in June 2009.
Local, state and university representatives will break ground for the Mill at MSU development project 3:30 p.m. Thursday at the Cooley Building, officials have confirmed.
America's vaunted Protestant work ethic is getting a makeover: Now it might be more of an atheist work ethic.
In recent months, the concept of religious freedom has become central to an often embittered national discussion, as bills in Arizona, Kansas, Idaho, Mississippi, and elsewhere move to allow business owners to turn away not only homosexual customers, but anyone they feel serving would violate their faith.
My name is Kristen Bloom, and I am a Study Abroad Coordinator at Mississippi State University.
The Mississippi Department of Transportation recently welcomed Jason Scott as public information officer in the Public Affairs Division.
Broadleaf weeds have become an increasing problem in Mid-South rice production over the last decade.
Mississippi's in-season wheat crop and the soil that will soon host the state's springtime plantings seem to be holding their own against an unusually cold winter.
GARY BACHMAN/MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICECalibrachoa Noa Sunset has contrasting orange popsicle-colored petals and a reddish-orange center.
"We're in an extremely difficult environment in this country for getting anything done legislatively," says John Anderson, deputy chief economist for the American Farm Bureau Federation.