Archive - Sep 2010
United Way of North Central Mississippi
â€¢ Established in 1974.
â€¢ Serves Oktibbeha, Winston, Choctaw and Webster counties.
â€¢ Supports 18 local agencies.
â€¢ 2011 Campaign Goal â€” $350,000
Starkville Area Arts Council volunteers say that plans are being made for the organizationâ€™s annual fundraising gala.
Thatâ€™s what Dan Mullen asked of his offense late in the game to ensure a victory and his team got the yard plus extra.
For the first time in his Mississippi State career, junior quarterback Chris Relf took every snap from center and the result was an incredible confidence boost.
Mississippi State sophomore wide receiver Arceto Clark responded when his team needed him the most.
SENATOBIA â€“ The Starkville Academy softball team dropped a pair of games Saturday at the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools Class AAA North tournament, and will head into next weekend's st
Mississippi State redshirt freshman defensive end Johnathan McKenzie has left the Bulldogs football team effective immediately.
Starkville Academy coach Jeff Terrell's message was clear to his team as it tried to keep Winston Academy's high-powered offense out of the end zone with 45 seconds left to play in Friday night's Home
SOUTHAVEN â€“Â For the first time in the 2010 season, Starkville entered the stadium with a distinct talent and confidence advantage over its opponent.
MABEN â€“ West Oktibbeha head coach Adam Lowrey promised Timberwolves fans a show prior to Friday night's game with Edinburg.