Month: June 2014

New farmer at Maben Market

By Jane Collins, Manager Maben Farmers’ Market Skies were bright and the breeze was mild Saturday morning as the vendors and the customers gathered at the Maben Farmers’ Market for

Keep kids safe while outdoors this summer

By Amy Barefield MSU School of Human Sciences Warmer weather and no school mean local streets and sidewalks are filled with more walking and biking traffic, so drivers and parents must pay special attention to children’s safety. “In the summer…

MSU grad

Chance Pittman of Bellefontaine, MS receives his diploma from Mississippi State University on

Smith earns Teacher Intern Award

Carlee Smith has received an Outstanding Teacher Intern Award for her exemplary performance during the Teaching Internship in the

NMMC volunteers

Wendy Cook, Reba Thompson and Maxine Nabors honored veterans for Memorial Day by presenting the

4-H’ers learn about voting, gain citizenship skills

By Keri Collins Lewis MSU Ag Communications MISSISSIPPI STATE — Terence Norwood understands that “Making the Best Better” starts with individuals who are determined to make a difference. That’s why he worked to radically change the voting process at

Service-learning impacts students, community

By Kaitlyn Byrne MSU Ag Communications COLUMBUS — Teens gained an inside look at the agriculture industry and service-learning during a three-week residential collegiate experience at the Mississippi Governor’s School in Columbus. By partnering with Mississippi State University’s Center for…

Proactive and reactive behavior in a relationship

Submitted Ethen Gillespie Building Strong Families So you want things to change in your relationship. You are not happy with the way things are going. This is a cause of much frustration and anxiety. You find yourself thinking “if my…