Archive - Sep 2010
Residents have just two and a half days left to register to vote for the Nov. 2 general election.
SDN Staff Reports
Two events being held on the Mississippi State campus hope to raise awareness about sexual assault and its impact on victims.
MSU fall plant sale scheduled for Oct. 1
Local gardeners know fall has arrived when Mississippi State Universityâ€™s horticulture club announces its annual fall plant sale.
Mississippi State junior point guard Dee Bost will be allowed to play college basketball but not without enduring a significant penalty.
Saturday represented the first game of the 2010 season where junior Chris Relf took every snap of a game at quarterback.
Just a few years ago, West Oktibbeha quarterback Von Smith was just a kid with a dream.
"When I watched football, I always knew I wanted to be the one to throw the passes," said Smith.
Tupelo head football coach David Bradberry doesn't have to watch film to understand why the Starkville Yellowjackets pose a threat to his team's undefeated record.
No head coach wants to begin a season with a losing streak, yet that's exactly where Philip Wasson's Washington School Generals found themselves after 2010's first three games.
By AMBER ALEXANDER
BB Staff Writer
Last weekendâ€™s Bulldog Bash kicked off Friday with a Dawg Rally and that night, Jason Mraz rocked the cotton district with his record winning songs.
By JANA RILEY
BB Staff Writer
Sometimes the multitude of changes in your life that occur during your years in college can trigger sadness and serious depression.