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  • 12 Tips to Get Your Edible Garden Started

    You’ve dreamed of turning your lawn into a lush food-producing oasis. Perhaps you’ve had visions of stepping onto your patio before dinner to snip fresh chives and basil onto your plate. The good news is that almost anyone can grow food, whether you have a tiny apartment balcony or a big yard. And there’s still time to start many summer crops — and to plan for a cool-season garden for fresh harvests this fall.

  • 12 Tips to Get Your Edible Garden Started

    You’ve dreamed of turning your lawn into a lush food-producing oasis. Perhaps you’ve had visions of stepping onto your patio before dinner to snip fresh chives and basil onto your plate. The good news is that almost anyone can grow food, whether you have a tiny apartment balcony or a big yard. And there’s still time to start many summer crops — and to plan for a cool-season garden for fresh harvests this fall.

  • How to Add Some Color to Your Home

    Color can help us have fun in serious spaces, lift us when things are feeling drab and produce a little giggle when we need it. Most of all, color lets us express ourselves and set a desired mood. Here are 10 helpful designer tips for bringing a little color into your life.

  • How to Add Some Color to Your Home

    Color can help us have fun in serious spaces, lift us when things are feeling drab and produce a little giggle when we need it. Most of all, color lets us express ourselves and set a desired mood. Here are 10 helpful designer tips for bringing a little color into your life.

  • Commuters up in arms after woman unleashes crickets, worms on NYC subway

    A crazed woman trying to sell crickets and worms on a D train suddenly threw them all over the crowded car, sending it into chaos during the evening commute.

  • Sour letter from Bonnie and Clyde to former member of their gang up for auction

    Bonnie and Clyde made it quite clear how they felt about a former member of their gang in a letter they sent to him as he sat in the Dallas County Jail.

  • House panel seeks criminal charges for University of New Mexico in abortion research

    A prominent southwest university’s medical school could face a criminal probe after it was revealed that students dissected aborted fetal brains and other body parts at a summer camp.

  • Senegal clamps down on Quranic schools that exploit children

    Twelve-year-old Boubacar was picked up from the streets of Senegal's capital at night by police, along with dozens of other children, in the latest crackdown on begging.

  • Senegal clamps down on Quranic schools that exploit children

    Twelve-year-old Boubacar was picked up from the streets of Senegal's capital at night by police, along with dozens of other children, in the latest crackdown on begging.

  • California toddler in middle of legal fight dies after ventilator removed

    In a swift end to a long legal battle, a brain-dead California toddler died Thursday after being taken off life support.

  • Striking Bolivian miners kill deputy government minister

    Authorities in Bolivia say striking miners have kidnapped and killed the country's deputy government minister, who had traveled to the area to mediate in the conflict over mining laws.

  • Judge refuses to toss Giants player's privacy lawsuit against ESPN

    A Miami federal judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed by New York Giants lineman Jason Pierre-Paul against ESPN over disclosure of his medical records from a 2015 fireworks accident.

  • Consumer Technology Association chief: Let's make manufacturing great again

    If there’s one common thread running through sizable portions of the American Left and Right these days, it’s anti-globalization.

  • Police say at least 20 killed in Nepal bus accident

    At least 20 people were killed and another 17 hurt when bus drove off a highway in Nepal and plunged into a river on Friday, police said.

  • Police say at least 20 killed in Nepal bus accident

    At least 20 people were killed and another 17 hurt when bus drove off a highway in Nepal and plunged into a river on Friday, police said.

  • Lotte Group vice chairman found dead before corruption probe

    Lotte Group said Friday its vice chairman has been found dead as authorities widen a probe into corruption at South Korea's fifth-largest business group.

  • Lotte Group vice chairman found dead before corruption probe

    Lotte Group said Friday its vice chairman has been found dead as authorities widen a probe into corruption at South Korea's fifth-largest business group.

  • Tourist describes death, harrowing month in New Zealand bush

    Czech tourist Pavlina Pizova has described the death of her partner and the month she spent in the New Zealand wilderness after the couple set out on an ill-fated hike.

  • Tourist describes death, harrowing month in New Zealand bush

    Czech tourist Pavlina Pizova has described the death of her partner and the month she spent in the New Zealand wilderness after the couple set out on an ill-fated hike.

  • Official: Striking miners kill deputy minister in Bolivia

    Striking informal miners in Bolivia kidnapped and beat to death the country's deputy government minister after he traveled to the area to mediate in the bitter conflict over mining laws, officials said late Thursday.

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  • August 27 Ruminant Conference

    (Arkansas)?Workshops and Conferences for productive enterprise concerning goats and sheep are being held in Arkansas on August 27. The Southeast Research and Extension Center and the Drew County Extension Service are working together to host this year?s Ruminant conference at the UAM campus. The conference will include topics on pasture...

  • No pending Allegations on Monticello Mayor Tucker

    (Monticello, AR)?Monticello Mayor Zack Tucker?s attorney Hani Hashem claims there aren?t any pending allegations of theft or personal benefit by Tucker in regards to the expenditure of Monticello?s Advertising and Promotion Funds. Tucker was investigated recently when Prosecutor Thomas requested that state police investigate an invoice and transactions related to...

  • Congressman Thompson, NAACP Speak Out against Trump

    (Jackson, MS)- NAACP officials said Wednesday that they don’t think Donald Trump’s visit to Jackson gained any more minority votes. U.S. Rep. Bennie Thompson, Mississippi’s only Democratic congressman, joined NAACP leaders for a news conference Wednesday in Jackson. Trump has been making a pitch to black voters, saying that the...

  • Another Business Man Indicted in Corrections Corruption Case

    Photo Source: MS News Now(Jackson, MS)- Another Mississippi businessman is facing indictment in the state’s recent Corrections Corruption investigation. On Wednesday Guy E. “Butch” Evans appeared in federal court, charged in the Chris Epps bribery kickback scheme. The U.S. Attorney’s Office has charged the Mississippi insurance executive in the scheme...

  • Washington County names new Grounds Director

    (Washington County, MS)- The Washington County Board of Supervisors has appointed Mike Jones as the county’s new building and grounds director. After the five month search, the board narrowed down the canidates to six before offering Jones during an executive session last week.

  • Search Continues for man in Mississippi River

    (Vicksburg, MS)- Search crews will resume their effort this morning to find a man who disappeared into the Mississippi River along with his dump truck earlier this week. The truck has been found, but the 22 year old driver is still believed to be under water.

  • Mississippi man Sentenced to 8 years in Prison for attempt to join ISIS

    (Mississippi)- A Mississippi man who tried to travel to Syria with his fiancee to join the Islamic State group has been sentenced to eight years in prison on federal terrorism charges. Muhammad Dakhlalla pleaded guilty in March to one count of conspiring to provide material support to a terrorist organization....

  • Port CityÂ’s Levee Walking and Bike Trail Gets a Financial Boost

    (Greenville, MS)- The Greenville City Council held a special meeting on Monday and have agreed to set money aside for the new trail in this year’s budget. Members agreed the remaining $156K needed for matching funds required for the Mississippi Department of Transportation grant previously awarded to the city will...

  • Levitt AMP Cleveland Music Series Begins Next Week

    (Cleveland, MS)- The first ten free concerts scheduled in downtown Cleveland as part of the new series will take place next Wednesday, August 31st. The Southern Komfort Brass Band will kick-off this year’s music series. There will be several food vendors. And concert goers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs,...

  • Missing Madison Woman Found and Arrested

    (Madison, MS)- Tonya Paige Cockrell has been found and arrested after she was reported missing since Saturday in Madison. 45 Year old Cockrell was arrested for failure to obey a police officer and disorderly conduct. Cockrell is currently being held at the Madison County jail, with no bond at this time.

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