Archive - Mar 2011
By DANNY P. SMITH
Starkville fastpitch softball coach Mimi Milling believes she has an improved team this season.
From Staff Reports
NEW HOPE â€“ New Hope overcame an early deficit to surge past Starkville 12-6 Tuesday night.
American Gothic, Starkville Style â€” Alyson Karges, coordinator of the Starkville Community Market, Dylan Karges, president of the SAAC, and baby Vivian, â€śBoss of Everybody.â€ť
The Annual Miss Volition/Beauty and Beau pageant for Starkville Academy students in grades 9-12. The event will be held at the Starkville Sportsplex, at 7 p.m. on March 7. Admission is $5.
There was a wonderful comedienne back in the 1970s - Gilda Radner, do you remember her? She played the part of Rosanna Rosanna Dana on â€śSaturday Night Liveâ€ť in the 70s.
Librarian Mary Boutwell is cooking up a few green eggs and ham in honor of Dr. Seussâ€™ Birthday, March 2 for Amberly Turner, and Alyssa Eaddy at the Maben Public Library storytime event last Friday.
In yonder boyhood days when I was riding my bicycle all over Starkville, I thought a trip to the superette for a Slush Puppie was a pretty good long ride.
By PAUL SIMS
Starkville is one step closer to a revamped ordinance to include a variance process where adding sidewalks might be cost-prohibitive.
By SHEA STASKOWSKI
Fifty-nine candidates have qualified for the statewide and countywide elections.