Archive - May 2011
With the current professional football lockout creating confusion for everyone involved, the Southeastern Conference position remains very clear â€“ donâ€™t look our way.
It's never been all about football for Tyson Lee.
The former Mississippi State quarterback has always used the ability to play the sport to encourage someone along the way.
By GWEN SISSON
When Tammy Jones first began baking her carrot cake at The Veranda, one of her sons thought it was his birthday.
This month we had the chance to see our community through different eyes, as we introduced our nook of Mississippi to some good friends from the Netherlands, Robert-Jan and his son, Martin.Â I planned
RIPLEYâ€” Funeral services for Edith Reed Estes were held May 17 at McBride Funeral Home Chapel, with burial following in Little Hope Cemetery in Falkner.
COLUMBUS â€” Funeral services for Dr. Joann Vicks will be at 1 p.m. May 20,Â at Second Baptist Church in Starkville, with Â Rev. Joseph StoneÂ Â officiating.
Three people were injured when the driver of a 2004 Pontiac lost control on Oktoc Road yesterday at about 12:30 p.m.
By PAUL SIMS
The group working to develop form-based codes for Starkville will wrap up nearly a week in the city with a presentation to city officials tonight.
By STEVEN NALLEY
A BancorpSouth spokesman confirmed that of 23 branches slated for closure, none are in Starkville.