Category: News

Stay up-to-date with your medications

The world of health care today can be a complicated place. A different physician for different conditions, multiple medications and appointments to keep can come together to form a potential monster of a schedule to manage. Through all this it … Read more

It’s never too late to stop smoking

Can you believe that the earth has made a full circle around the sun and is ready to begin another turn? If you’re like me, there’s been a lot of water gone under the bridge in 2015. Some good things, … Read more

Sports schedules

WED, DEC. 30
Prep Basketball
TBA — East Webster Classic (East Webster, Eupora, Choctaw County entered)
TBA — Newton Classic (Louisville Boys entered)
College Football
2:30 p.m. — MSU vs. North Carolina State in Belk Bowl in Charlotte, N.C.… Read more

Mississippi Arts Commission to host Grantwriting Workshops

Jackson, Miss. – The Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC) will host MAC 101, a presentation on the agency’s grant programs, at multiple sites around the state.  These workshops target Mississippi based artists and arts organizations.… Read more

New home starts boost 2015 forest products value

By Susan Collins-Smith
MSU Extension Service

STARKVILLE, Miss. — An uptick in new home construction lifted the 2015 year-end value of Mississippi’s timber harvest.

James Henderson, associate forestry professor with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, said preliminary figures indicate … Read more

ICC releases honors lists for 2015 fall semester

Officials at Itawamba Community College have released the honors list for the 2015 fall semester.

Named to the president’s list, which includes those students with a 3.8-4.0 grade point average were… Read more

Holmes football standouts sign scholarships

From school reports

GOODMAN — Four members of the Holmes Community College Bulldog football team inked with four-year universities last week.… Read more

Healthy Holiday Substitutions for healthier meals

MSU Extension

During the holiday season, eating healthy can seem downright impossible. Between shopping for the holidays, family and work responsibilities and sometimes not enough sleep, temptation to indulge in your favorite holiday foods can be hard to resist. This … Read more

ECCC to pffer Certified Nurse Aide Course in Philadelphia

The East Central Community College Workforce Development Center is offering a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) course at the Philadelphia/Neshoba County Career-Technical Center in January and February.… Read more