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STARKVILLE — Mississippi State University Libraries, in partnership with Tuskegee University and the MSU-based Southern Literary Trail, is presenting a lecture and exhibition this week to celebrate the work of acclaimed African American photographer P.H. Polk.
The Mississippi Highway Patrol will begin the 2019 Labor Day travel enforcement period on Friday, Aug. 30, at 12:01 a.m. and conclude Monday, Sept. 2, at midnight.
Business and personal sponsors once again will bring the sounds of Charleston High School football to local listeners.
For a third straight year, Tiger game broadcasts will air on Undefined Radio, a digital internet radio station based in Senatobia.
What a difference a fresh coat of paint, dedicated volunteers and determination make when it comes to sprucing up Main Street!
Norma Platt moved into the role of director of Charleston Main Street Association (CMSA) in May, and she has not looked back.
Mississippi Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Andy Gipson continues to host the “Genuine MS Podcast” with weekly episodes featuring Genuine MS entrepreneurs and their products.
Bruce Sanders recently made his 11th trip to the National Veterans Wheelchair Games, bringing home some shiny hardware as souvenirs.
A group of future teachers recently gathered at the armory building in Charleston to paint wooden planter boxes now being used to display flowers around the city.