Archive - Sep 2010
The restaurant derives itâ€™s name from Mississippi State Universityâ€™s first mascot, named Ptolemy â€”after Claudius Ptolemy, an influential Greek astronomer and geographer.
Once upon a time, there was a place in my community we called â€śMalfunction Junction.â€ť
When my little girl started school a couple of weeks ago, I was faced with the question that a lot of mothers have to ask themselves every school day â€“ What am I going to pack her for lunch?
My wife, our son and I were at the Vaught-Hemingway Stadium for the game between the University of Mississippi and Vanderbilt University.
While sitting in his office this spring Mississippi Stateâ€™s offensive line coach John Hevesy explained a very simple philosophy for reviewing game tape.
KOSCUISKO â€”Â J.W. Blasingame, 86, retired insurance agent, died on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010 at the Mississipi State Veterans Home in Kosciusko. The graveside service was Monday at 10 a.m.
Funds directed to outstanding faculty at Mississippi State University will provide $2,500 in spendable money, university officials said Monday.
Two Mississippi State students have been arrested for making a false armed robbery report to authorities early Sunday morning to cover the fact that they had intentionally cut their arms because they
East Oktibbeha County volunteer firefighters were dispatched to the northeast corner of the U.S. 82-Highway 12 interchange at 7:34 a.m.