Archive - Oct 2011
By DANNY P. SMITH
It's difficult to win football games when teams can't establish the run.
By GWEN SISSON
As the daughter of a home economist, Hellen Polk grew up â€śhelpingâ€ť in the kitchen and in the garden.
One day this week, my mother-in-law came home to a huge bucket of sweet potatoes on the porch. A neighbor had been gleaning after the pickers had worked the fields.
It seems appropriate that October is Dental Hygiene Month since this month does have one of the biggest candy selling holidays in it.
By JANE COLLINS
For Starkville Daily News
October might seem an odd season for year-in-review kind of thinking, but this week marks the first anniversary of the Eats One Ate column, so I am in a bit of a retrospective mood.Â You may wonder ho
ALEXANDRIA, Va. â€” A native of Starkville, Mississippi, Bruce Morgan Lancaster graduated from Mississippi State with highest honors and received his Marine Corps commission. He earned his Ph.D.
EUPORA â€” Lloyd Irvin Medders, 68, died Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011 in Atlantis, Fla.Â
Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4, at Bluff Springs Baptist Church in Choctaw County.Â
EUPORA â€”Â Linda Carol Collins Clark Pearson, 66, secretary, died Monday, Oct. 3, 2011, at the OCH Regional Medical Center in Starkville.