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Albine Bennett is determined and dedicated to making a difference in her community, particularly in the lives of women in northeast Mississippi.
Their love of all things nostalgic has led them to host the Old School Festival, sponsored by Osprey and C-Spire. On March 9, Erin and Ben Napier will be hosting workshops on the simple pleasures of life and teaching invaluable skills while the children get a chance to interact with one another without a phone or digital device in their hands.
Spring break is right around the corner, and hundreds (possibly thousands) of Mississippians will be looking for the perfect place to have their spring break staycation. Luckily, you don’t have to leave the state to experience a fun, memorable staycation.
Today is February 29 and it’s Leap Day. As you know, this day comes around about every four years (more on this later). It’s been associated with a variety of ancient customs, folklore, superstitions and traditions. But other than having an extra day to your year, how much do you know about Leap Day and Leap Year? Here are some facts about this day.
Mississippi State University is taking care of what matters—and that includes its people. MSU is the only Southeastern Conference school to make the 2024 Top 50 list of “America’s Best Large Employers” recently published by Forbes.
That’s one of many reasons why I love writing for Our Mississippi Home (OMH). We offer our readers an extensive, well-rounded collection of news and information about real people and places from all over the Hospitality State.
Laurel High School Student Council members are getting the opportunity to play a major role in the guidance of present and future student council leaders as they have received the impressive honor of hosting the 54th Annual Mississippi State Association of Student Councils’ Student Council Leadership Conference this year from March 8-9.
John O’Conner is a beloved bartender and music connoisseur at Ground Zero Blues Club-Biloxi. The 65-year-old has always been passionate about live music and making people smile. So, when news traveled along the Mississippi Gulf Coast Line that John’s home burnt down and he was severely injured, Ground Zero-Biloxi staff, patrons, and the community rallied together.
Legendary University of Southern Mississippi Baseball Coach Scott Berry Honored by Mississippi Senate
Legendary University of Southern Mississippi Baseball Coach Scott Berry was honored with presentation of Senate Resolution 6 by the Mississippi Senate on Thursday, February 22, 2024, upon his retirement at age 60, following 14 seasons at the helm of the baseball program, leading the Golden Eagles to unprecedented levels of success as the team moved to the Sun Belt Conference.
Ole Miss ASL Instructor Inspires Students to Use Sign Language and Fill a Critical Need in Mississippi
In 2012, Bryan moved to Mississippi and became an ASL instructor at Ole Miss with only 19 students. Today, Ole Miss offers a new ASL interpreting minor, and Bryan is one of four faculty teaching over 450 students.
The 8th annual Renaissance Fest will be presiding at the Hattiesburg Zoo on Feb. 24-25. The royal festival is exciting as it marks the beginning of the Spring season for the Hattiesburg Zoo and the Hub City. The weekend will be filled with events, harkening back to the Renaissance era, with something for everyone in the family to enjoy.
“Excellence, discipline, grit, integrity, and teamwork” are personal values which Assistant Superintendent Dr. Michael Eubanks has built his life around and will be bringing with him to his upcoming position as Superintendent of the Laurel School District.