Archive - Oct 2010
EUPORA â€“â€“ The funeral for Jewell Waits will be today at 2 p.m. at Mt. Vernon Baptist Church in Webster County with burial in the church cemetery.
Editorâ€™s note: As part of ongoing coverage leading up to next weekâ€™s general election, the Starkville Daily News will be publishing copies of sample ballots for various voting precincts in Oktibbeha C
With Vick Ballard being out with an injured ankle, Mississippi State was wondering where their rushing offense would come from last Saturday.
Enter LaDarius Perkins.
A 22-year-old Starkville man remains jailed as the prime suspect in the shooting of another man in the lower jaw early Monday evening.
Starkville native Travis Outlaw officially takes the court for his new team tonight as the New Jersey Nets begin the National Basketball Association season.
With Halloween falling on Sunday this year, many Starkville residents have been wondering when trick or treating would take place, since many may object to the observance of Halloween on what they bel
The consensus opinion among college basketball head coaches across the country is unlike most teachers. They simply donâ€™t want the summer off.
Candidates for the three judicial positions for the 16th Circuit Court District shared their views on what the right judge can do at a recent Starkville TEA Party meeting.
Non-stop running. No sleep. 100 miles.
It seems unfathomable, perhaps even a bit scary.
Starkville's own Candy Tranum calls it the "neatest thing" she's ever done.
One of two half-brothers are scheduled for trial on individual armed robbery charges in connection with last fallâ€™s shooting of a 30-year-old Starkville man has pleaded guilty to the charge against hi