Archive - Aug 2010
STURGIS â€” Mayor Walter Turner had plenty to smile about as he watched all the activity around him on Saturday.
Two events sponsored by the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum are set to take place this to pay tribute to World War II veterans of Oktibbeha County and to celebrate the countyâ€™s rich history in aviati
Starkville Reads will present a program on the culture, history, and geography of Pakistan and Afghanistan, the two settings of Greg Mortensonâ€™s best seller â€śThree Cups of Tea.â€ť
All results of Friday night's first preseason scrimmage for the Mississippi State football team are being kept as classified material.
CLINTON â€“ Starkville High's volleyball team has proven they're a force at home this season. Saturday proved they can be just as tough away from the Beehive.
In a day full of softball at the Starkville Sportsplex, both East Webster and Eupora recorded wins during the Lady Wolverines' Slow Pitch Softball Tournament.
It didn't take long for Starkville High School softball Lisa Spencer to get her team into a huddle after losing a 4-0 lead against J.Z.
The Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers found the going tough against Copiah Academy pitcher Megan Johnson and lost 8-0 in five innings to open the seventh annual College Exposure Tournament.
The Starkville Yellowjackets traded blows with the invading Noxubee County Tigers Friday night.
COLUMBUS â€“ Let's go ahead and call it an historic night for the West Oktibbeha High School football program.