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A search advisory committee on Friday afternoon named the four finalists for the position of Austin Peay State University's next president.
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GARY BACHMAN/MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERVICEThese Benary's Giant mix zinnias are a must-have for those wanting long-lasting cut flowers.
When Isadora Norwood was born on a small farm in Brooksville, Miss., on April 17, 1914, only four months before the outbreak of World War I, no one, especially in the segregated South, thought a black man would become president.
Thousands of people have already walked, run and cycled the Tanglefoot Trail and Houlka is trying to get a few of them to stop and spend a few dollars downtown.
David Harrison, author of the book "Okolona in the Civil War" will be the guest speaker at the Chickasaw County Museum at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 17. The event is free and open to the public.
From entrepreneurs to designers, anyone interested in cotton textiles will learn something more about the market at Mississippi State University's upcoming Cotton Summit.
Perhaps the strangest news coming out of Wednesday's letter of intent signing ceremony at South Kitsap High School was that football player Keli'ikuewa Kalima is headed to Mississippi State University.
STARKVILLE - Mississippi State University continues to rank among the nation's top research universities, according to a new survey by the National Science Foundation.
With a lofty nest on 24-hour video watch, the Georgia campus landed a worldwide audience.
Markets for Mississippi's sawtimber and pulpwood are bouncing back from the economic recession, but the industry is not improving across the board.
STARKVILLE - Technology professionals at Mississippi State University are addressing the worldwide computer security vulnerability called "Heartbleed" by patching affected servers and advising Internet users on campus to change passwords, among other steps.
Mr. and Mrs. William Malloy Cosgrove III, of Athens, announce the engagement of their daughter, Kimberly Kirk Carmichael Cosgrove, to Paul Marchand Minor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Marchand Minor and the late Ann Lacoste Minor, of Jackson, Miss.
A different mix of Civil War re-enactors will present two days of Corinth Civil War history this week during the Corinth Contraband Camp Symposium on Thursday evening and Friday.