Archive - Oct 23, 2012
By MATT CRANE
While Susan Ford admits she came into her cooking abilities later in life, her passion for culinary exploration drives her current kitchen concoctions.
By JAY REED
Ho! Ho! Ho! Happy Birthday!Â
Confused?Â Donâ€™t be.Â
By PAMELA REDWINE
Here are 5 great ways to celebrate fall tomatoes before their season is gone forever.
Which recipe will you try first?
with Balsamic Glaze
(These make a perfect snack for any fall day.)
Thomas Brooks has made tackle after tackle after tackle for the East Webster Wolverines the last two years.
With a total of nearly 200 tackles during that span, Brooks has served notice that he's going to be around the football most of the time.
"I just try my best to get there first and be the one to get them," Brooks said.
By CARL SMITH
The Starkville School District Board of Trustees unanimously hired Jody Jones Woodrum, a former Bulloch County, Ga. School administrator with 25 years of educational experience, as its newest assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction Tuesday. She starts her job immediately.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Sturgis residents elected James Eric Jackson to finish the unexpired term of former Alderman Quinnia Yates Tuesday.
EUPORA â€“ It came as no shock to Derrick Jonesâ€™ team and his coach when the senior was chosen for the Mississippi-Alabama All-Star game.
Hold onto your hats football fans. A wild weekend of football is coming up for this area.
While everyone is busy hyping Saturday's Southeastern Conference Western Division clash between No. 13 (The Associated Press poll) Mississippi State and No. 1 Alabama and rightfully so, there's some high school matchups on the schedule Friday that will serve as nice appetizers.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Country music act Eli Young Band was selected to replace Neon Trees as co-headliners of the Mississippi State University Student Association-sponsored Bulldog Bash on Nov. 2.
The two other headliners for Mississippiâ€™s largest free outdoor concert are pop singer/songwriter Andy Grammar and country group Gloriana.
A year ago Malcolm Johnson ended his redshirt freshman season with a lot of confidence and year two looked to be a break season for him.
A pectoral injury on his right side sidelined him for the first five games of the season.
The Bulldogs entered the Tennessee game with a 5-0 record and Johnson was cleared to play.