Archive - Dec 14, 2010
White chocolate mousse is a favorite. So is pomegranate and peanut butter.
SDN Staff Reports
A Mississippi State University student who suffered a major head injury after falling down a flight of stairs at a party late last week died late Monday night.
National Weather Service officials urged caution heading into Wednesday morning as they expected light freezing drizzle to spread across the region through the morning hours.
Through a hazardous weather outlook issued Tuesday afternoon, forecasters said they expected freezing drizzle to fall across a line from Cleveland to Grenada to Columbus, with the western side of this region having the best chance for this precipitation between 4 and 7 a.m. today and eastern segments of the outlook area receiving the freezing rain between 7 and 11 a.m.
NWS officials urged motorists to use caution as roadways may be icy.
For the Daily News
The Fifth Annual Mississippi State Double Reed Day was heldrecently in Colvard Student Union on the MSU campus.
On Dec. 10, Mississippians observed their 193 birthday. Well, maybe it was only just me. I didnâ€™t hear about anyone else celebrating.
The 2010-2011 Starkville Newcomersâ€™Â Club officers:Â (left to right)Â Dale Phillips, Secretary;Â Martha Taylor, First Vice President;Â Mildred Stickley, President;Â Myrna Lott, Treasurer; and Betty Burrell
Sometime in the late 1980â€™s our family acquired a corn casserole recipe. Some might call this casserole a soufflÃ©, others might call it a pudding â€“ we just call it yummy.
By MATTHEW STEVENS
The purpose of bringing in a junior-college talent like Brian Bryant to your program is instant productivity.
Danny P. Smith
Sometimes there are plays in a game you can look to that make a difference between winning and losing.