Archive - Oct 2010
Children were cheering by the time â€śYankee Doodleâ€ť flashed on the screen at Fridayâ€™s Programs for Children, sponsored by the Starkville-Mississippi State University Symphony Orchestra.
upgrade to begin
Improvements to Hospital Road is scheduled to start on Monday.
The funeral for Robert James Gillespie will be held Tuesday, Oct. 5, at 1 p.m. at Springhill Missionary Baptist Church.
Mississippi Stateâ€™s annual performing arts series opens Tuesday with a solo performance by Grammy-award winning jazz guitarist Earl Klugh.
It was a killer Bâ€™s attack at Davis-Wade Stadium Saturday afternoon.
First it was the electrifying Bumphis. Then came the new guy in Mr. Ballard and the day ended with the veteran Berry.
It wasn't always pretty on Saturday, but for the second time this season, the Mississippi State
Bulldogs put up 49 points offensively against another non-conference opponent.
An MSU spokesman confirmed to the Starkville Daily News that Mississippi State starting defensive end Nick Bell was out for Saturdayâ€™s game after undergoing a surgical procedure on his head this week.
By DANNY P. SMITH
It was a play that made a special teams player like Mississippi State's Emmanuel Gatling proud.
SOUTHAVEN â€“ Starkville's run in the Mississippi High School Activities Association Division III volleyball playoffs came to a premature end Saturday.
Starkville High School football coach Jamie Mitchell has been on the job long enough to understand he can depend on quarterback Jaquez Johnson to make a key play.