Archive - Lifestyle News
March 2nd, 2013
By CAROLE DAVIS
On March 20, 2013 we'll joyfully celebrate the first day of Spring. Vegetation begins to really grow, and we begin to mow our new, lime-green grass in our yards. Flowers are beginning to profusely pop up everywhere. How fantastic and lovely are our Mississippi months of March, April and May. When we reach this time of the year we all say, "At last âÂ spring has sprung."
By GARY BACHMAN
I think all gardeners love to see butterflies visit their gardens in the summer months. If you want more butterflies this year, start planning now what to plant this spring to attract them.
I want to tell you about two of my favorite plants that are guaranteed to attract these garden visitors.
By RUTH MORGAN
For Starkville Daily News
Florence Nightingale is perhaps the name most associated with the history of nursing but the J.Z. George Hall Infirmary at A&M College had outstanding nurses for sixty-three years.
By DON VAUGHAN
On Feb. 22, I had the opportunity to sit onstage at Mississippi State Universityâs Lee Hall Auditorium for Shakespeareâs "Twelfth Night," performed by a troupe from the American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, Virginia. Stephanie Holladay Earl played the role of the voluptuous Olivia. Patrick Earl played Duke Orsino.
Tyson and Natalie Langston of Starkville are pleased to announce the birth of their twin daughters, Jill Carter and Carlisle Grace, on January 24, 2013 at OCH Regional Medical Center in Starkville. Jill was 19 inches long and weighed 5 lbs. 13 oz., and Carlisle was 21 inches long and weighed 6 lbs. 4 oz.
Monty and Robbye Gilbreath of Caledonia are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Caitlin Jo Gilbreath, to Mr. William Martin Rackley, son of Perry and Michele Rackley of Starkville.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Gilbreath of Gainesville, Texas and the late Mr. and Mrs. Bert Glascock of Valley View, Texas.
By NELDA STARKS
For the last three weeks, I have written about beef and its nutritive value and I have given you a variety of healthy beef recipes that I hope you have tried. Today, I want to switch gears to another âbeefyâ topic â the economic importance of beef.
By ALIX HUI
Okay, boys and girls. Letâs gather around for our cultural history of spices lesson for today. Todayâs spice is Chinese five-spice powder. Oooooh.
By JAY REED
My recent trip to Gainesville, Fla. had one primary purpose: to attend a meeting related to my day job. Mission accomplished.Â