Archive - Oct 16, 2012
The Starkville Daily News has hired Starkville native Jason Edwards as part of its sports staff.
Edwards gained a Masters degree of Science in Sports Administration from Mississippi State University in August and received a bachelor degree of Science in Sports Communication from Mississippi State University in May 2010.
Preston Baker had come to the conclusion that his senior year at Starkville High School was over when he was laying on the field with an injury during the West Point game on Sept. 7.
After all, he was taken off the field and his leg was put in an air cast.
"I thought my ankle was broken and I was going to finish my senior year on the sideline," Baker said.
MABEN â€“ West Oktibbeha could not ask for more out of their senior running back
In his four years playing for the Timberwolves, Tiberias Lampkin has managed to make quite the name for himself on both sides of the football.
It's tough to be a football coach in the Southeastern Conference.
In the SEC, more than any other league, the thought of "what have you done for me lately," seems to hover over coaches.
Auburn's Gene Chizik has gone from national champion to the hot seat in a hurry after the season his Tigers have endured so far.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen will consider overriding Mayor Parker Wisemanâ€™s Oct. 4 veto of a decision to remove the emergency access gate at the west end of Douglas McArthur Drive during its 5:30 p.m. meeting today in the city hall courtroom.
Starkville School District Assistant Superintendent Toriano Holloway gave presentations Monday explaining SSD Title I expenditures and programs to parents at the Greensboro Center.
Citing issues with personal time, Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors President Marvell Howard relinquished his leadership position following Mondayâ€™s meeting.
District 2 Supervisor Orlando Trainer says heâ€™s working to bring a financial representative to the next county board meeting for discussions on a potential OCH Regional Medical Center analysis and other recent hospital studies in Mississippi.
The board took no official action on Trainerâ€™s suggestion and has not formally accepted an analysis agreement with any outside audit firm.
The 15th-ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs are ready to put the 41-31 win over Tennessee behind them and get ready for a showdown with the Blue Raiders of Middle Tennessee State University.
As they move forward, the Bulldogs carry with them the confidence that come with being undefeated with all their goals intact.
The Hinds Community College women's soccer team has another opportunity for success in the postseason Saturday.
Starkville native Morgan Miller is right in the middle of it.
The former Starkville High School player has contributed to a team that has a 12-3 record at this point of the season. The Lady Eagles host Holmes in the final regular season match tonight.