The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Eat Drink Delta, Puckett and Kessler in Decatur
"Eat Drink Delta: A Hungry Traveler's Journey through the Soul of the South" author Susan Puckett will explain all that and more tonight at the Georgia Center for the Book in a talk that's part of Decatur Arts Festival week.
'Showdown with U.S. near for Wallace'; student protestors returned to Birmingham schools (video)
MAY 22, 1963 -- "The stage appeared to be set for Gov. George C. Wallace to reach his face-to-face showdown with federal power," The News reported on this date after an order integrated The University of Alabama.
Fri May 17, 2013
Prague students bring the past to life for the radio's 90th birthday
It is exactly 90 years since the very first regular radio broadcasts in Czechoslovakia began on 18 May 1923.
Weekend Investor: Why Facebook is an unfriendly reminder of IPO risk
Facebook's flubbed initial public offering a year ago Saturday laid bare some important truths worth remembering even as major U.S. stock indexes score a string of all-time highs.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Mountain Times
A - Long' Read
For more than 40 years, Noyes Capehart Long has been known as an accomplished artist and esteemed professor.
Kick-starting careers: Job-seeking tips for new and recent graduates
Now what?. Graduates chant the school's cheer at the conclusion of the University of Mississippi graduation ceremony in Oxford, Mississippi on Saturday, May 11, 2013.
Wed May 15, 2013
Foster's Daily Democrat
Two join Friends Forever board
Friends Forever is honored in welcoming Anne Romney and Bill Shaheen as the two newest members of their Board of Directors.
Tue May 14, 2013
Mississippi Business Journal
Yazoo City attorney talks about new novel "Just Out of Reach"
"Just Out of Reach" by Mississippi attorney Belinda Stevens tells the story of young love and dark secrets in the turbulent Sixties.
Mon May 13, 2013
Medical News Today
Coumarin In Cinnamon Causes Liver Damage In Some People
Sensitive people who consume cinnamon-flavored foods, drinks and food supplements may have a higher risk of liver damage, researchers from the University of Mississippi, USA, and King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, report in the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry .
Sun May 12, 2013
Education Notebook May 12, 2013
Northeast to hold commencement exercises BOONEVILLE - Northeast Mississippi Community College will recognize 481 graduates in two ceremonies this week.
Civil War letters going home to Ole Miss
He tells family members he may need more money and clothes, talks about hanging out with friends and sounds a little homesick.
ICC graduates more than 500
Dr. Jim Pate, dean of the University of Mississippi Tupelo campus, took Itawamba Community College's Associate of Arts graduates on a journey during the 63rd commencement ceremony at the Fulton campus Saturday.
Sat May 11, 2013
Dallas Morning News
Before gunning for JFK, Oswald targeted ex-Gen. Edwin A. Walker - and missed
Edwin Walker received an enthusiastic welcome at Dallas Love Field in October 1962 after being arrested while protesting the use of federal troops to let a black man, James Meredith, enroll in the University of Mississippi.
Evers-Williams to Ole Miss graduates: 'Soar, and be free'
Civil rights leader Myrlie Evers-Williams told graduates at the University of Mississippi on Saturday they have the power "to do what is right, to do what is just" and make the world a better place.
Myrlie Evers honored with Humanitarian Award during Ole Miss commencement
Myrlie Evers-Williams today became the first person in a decade honored with a Humanitarian Award by the University of Mississippi - the same institution that turned away her late husband from entering law school.
Fri May 10, 2013
The Daily News
Unique Projects Bolster Zellner in Rough Times
Zellner Construction Services LLC is a third-generation commercial construction company that has built a solid reputation for quality over quantity.
Thu May 09, 2013
Anne Romney, Bill Shaheen join Friends Forever board
"We are thrilled about all that Bill and Anne will bring to the mission of Friends Forever as we embark on an exciting five-year plan and continue to connect more communities in the U.S and abroad with our innovative co-existence and youth leadership program," said Executive Director Stephen Martineau.
Barnes named Director of Mississippi Office of Homeland Security
Mississippi Highway Patrol Major Rusty Barnes, 48, today was named Director of the Mississippi Office of Homeland Security.
Could the Cinnamon Craze give your LIVER damage?
Taking part in the Cinnamon Craze or eating a lot of the spice could cause liver damage, according to a new study.