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Wanna be a kid again? Come ride mountain bikes! more
They say where there is smoke there is fire, but in many instances, there will also be Fireman John, often with a mouthwatering spread of BBQ. more
Anita Wood Brewer has had the privilege of experiencing two varieties of Mississippi royalty, music and sports, and continues as the queen of her house in Vicksburg in the life carved out by her and her family. more
For one week in late-December, Madison’s Debra Stapleton becomes one of the most popular people in the county. It’s sign-up time for swimming lessons and spots fill up so quickly for lessons that begin months later. more
Perhaps they do not look that complex. A thin cookie or wafer rolled into a tube, a signature stripe spiraled around the length and the inside lined or filled with a variety of flavors, later wrapped in foil and put into a decorated tin. more
Joey Lee doesn’t enter many online contests, so when he saw Triathlete Magazine announce they were having one to choose a future cover model, he thought he would give it a whirl. more
Nestled in the bucolic countryside of Madison County rests a peaceful, yet busy, organization called Gallant Hearts Guide Dog Center. Gallant Hearts trains professional guide dogs for people who are blind.   more
The Bible doesn’t tell us what day God created honey bees but their existence and importance does dot the Old Testament in several places. The official Magnolia State insect brings a smile to people in many vocations. Their pollination of row crops, gardens, flowers and more across the world basically keeps the food chain up and running. They are critical in pollinating $19 billion dollars worth of agricultural crops in the United States alone. In Mississippi, beekeepers are spread across the state and many call Madison County home. Walter McKay has been a beekeeper for over four decades and has tended bees in the US and abroad. The civil engineer began his love of beekeeping back in 1972. more
Just days before New Year’s Eve, while many were planning a New Year’s resolution that would not last past February, 70-year-old Ridgeland resident D.I. Smith completed his 2016 goal to bike 1,000 miles a month for the year. more
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