Make a Safe Splash This Summer!

> > > With school out for summer, students are headed to the pool to swim, dive, slide and splash. This favorite summer activity for many can also be very dangerous. According to the Center for Disease Control, every day…

Rain brings challenges for strawberry growers

> > By Susan Collins-Smith > MSU Ag Communications > > RAYMOND, Miss. – Seemingly endless rains this spring are challenging Mississippi’s strawberry crop. > > “The frequent rains we had in the last few months put pressure on the…

OCH Provides Summer Volunteer Program for Students

> > OCH Regional Medical Center will host a junior auxiliary interest meeting for students ages 13-18 who wish to volunteer at the Medical Center this summer. Junior volunteer opportunities include front desk receptionist, visiting patient rooms and helping in…

MSU-Refuge student artist-in-residence speaks Saturday

> > STARKVILLE, Miss.–As Mississippi State’s first student artist-in-residence, Shelby K. Nichols of Aberdeen is busy taking in the nature and beauty of the Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge. > > Between now and her scheduled Thursday [May…

Actions, inactions impact soil health

> > > By Bonnie Coblentz > MSU Ag Communications > > STARKVILLE, Miss. — Mississippi farmers should not take the state’s rich soil for granted, but the question of the best way to treat this valuable resource sparks debate.…