The Star of the West is “Greenwood’s boat; it’s our piece of the Civil War,” says Mary Carol Miller.
Landscape gardening sometimes involves hard decisions where no solution seems just right. But “between a rock and a hard place” dissonance can be resolved by going in an entirely different direction.
James Walker Sturdivant and Bethany Lynn Tillman were crowned the King and Queen of Cotton for 2019 at the 62nd annual Junior Auxiliary Charity Cotton Ball, which was held Feb. 23 at the Leflore County Civic Center.
Dressed for the game, Ole Miss cheerleader and Delta sophomore beauty, Sara Simmons, left the Delta Gamma house late morning on a cool November Saturday in 1946. The opponent was Mississippi State and was one of only two campus battles for the ‘46 Rebels.
The work of Maude Schuyler Clay and her husband, Langdon Clay, of Sumner is being featured in the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art at the College of Charleston’s exhibition “Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South.”
Around 40 years ago — maybe earlier, perhaps a bit later — a small group of civic-minded artists and arts patrons started a pottery cooperative in a former office building on the 200 block of West Washington Street.
French documentary maker Nicolas Finet will bring his movie “Mississippi Ramblin: On the Tracks of Robert Johnson in the Deep South” to the Museum of the Mississippi Delta for a special showing Monday.
The Greenwood-Leflore County Chamber of Commerce’s celebration of the business community will highlight the best of what Greenwood has to offer — from food to businesses to people.
Pre-K and kindergarten students at St. Francis of Assisi Elementary School recently shared their ideas on how to make a pumpkin pie and a Thanksgiving turkey.
Some plants all but beg to be grown and shared. Spreading around the world and across all cultures and languages like a children’s hand-held string game, they easily bring diverse people together with good cheer.
Six Mississippi State University Extension Service 4-H members in Leflore County were recognized at the annual Mississippi Congressional Award Ceremony in Jackson.
Jakylah Lawrence was recently selected out of students in the Greenwood School District to attend the Ambassador Leadership Summit at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
Seeing children excited about going back to school during summer break sounds like a fairy tale. Most children dread the August arrival of the new school year, and many hope July will last as long as possible before they have to set foot in a classroom.
Whether you add them to a salad, create the classic sandwich with mayonnaise, salt and pepper on white bread or a delicious BLT or eat them straight from the vine, tomatoes are the quintessential summertime treat in the Deep South.
Greenwood Little Theatre’s current show of linked one-act plays, “Laundry and Bourbon” and “Lone Star,” on stage through Sunday, makes you laugh and makes you think.