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

Haley Britt of Lincoln County uses an iPad instead of a paper ballot on May 28, 2014 to vote for State 4-H Council officers during the annual 4-H Club Congress at Mississippi State University. (Photo by MSU Ag Communications/Libby Durst)

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… Read more

Mustangs compete in tournaments

The Mississippi Mustangs

From Press Reports

The Mississippi Mustangs 10-and-under team successfully competed in various 82 Challenge baseball tournaments in May.
The team took … Read more

Class of 2014 celebrates graduation in county

Submitted photo

By Press Reports

Excitement filled the air as approximately 100 seniors of both Choctaw County High School and French Camp Academy gathered at the Choctaw County Community Center for a graduation party. The May 8th celebration marked … Read more

Pet of the week

6-25 Pet of the Week

Ruth is a one year spitz/lab mix.  She is spayed and current on shots.  Her adoption fee is … Read more

Service-learning impacts students, community

Students at the Mississippi Governor’s School sample local produce after a presentation on agritourism on June 18, 2014. The Mississippi Governor’s School partnered with the Mississippi State University Center for the Advancement of Service-Learning Excellence to promote service-learning and agriculture. (Photo by MSU Ag Communications/Kevin Hudson)

Living and Learning

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 … Read more