Archive - Sep 2010
The Labor Day weekend began in tragedy for one local family after a 2-year-old boy was killed Friday when he was run over by his motherâ€™s car after freeing himself from his car seat and opening the do
Starkville Community Theatre opens its 33rd season in a very necessary fashion â€” with the laugh-out-loud farce by Paul Slade Smith, â€śUnnecessary Farce.â€ť
Pat May, President of Kiwanis of Starkville, partners with the Center by providing funding and volunteers to promote literacy to children 0 to 5 years old.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Willis of Valley Park and Mr. and Mrs.
Do you know an absolutely amazing lady who was born right here in Starkville, on January 4, 1924, and she is 86 years young? Not only do I know her, but I love her very, very much!
Turn over a new leaf this fall by updating your wardrobe with new colors, silhouettes, textures and accessories. Edit your closet by determining what to hold and what to fold this season.
Dr. Feddy Eckford announced construction of the J. W. Memorial Hospital located at 6 Washington Street in 1946 in memory of his father, Dr. Jim Eckford, whose death was the same year.
MERIDIAN â€“ The Starkville program got its first look Friday night at how far away they were to being one of the elite programs in the state.
The Starkville Academy student body had their share of bells to ring at J.E. Logan Field Friday night.
All the Heritage Academy Patriots needed was one and their Bell was the loudest.
CRAWFORD â€“ To kick off division play, East Oktibbeha and West Oktibbeha decided to give the fans in Crawford a show.