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Wolverines enter year of uncertainty

November 11, 2012

MATHISTON – The East Webster boys team are one year removed from a playoff berth, but there is plenty of uncertainty coming into this season.

The Wolverines lost to Bassfield in the first round of last year's Class 2A playoffs. Head coach Corey Stidham is excited to start the season, but really doesn't know what to expect.

Lady Wolverines enter season with high spirits

November 11, 2012

MATHISTON – Having a so called "sophomore slump," is something the East Webster girls' basketball team is not counting on.

After losing to Bay Springs in the second round of the Class 2A playoffs last season, the Lady Wolverines enter the 2012 campaign with high spirits.

Eupora Eagles look to take one game at a time

November 11, 2012

EUPORA – Taking things one game at a time is the motto of the 2012-2013 boys’ basketball team.

“We have a chance to be really good this year,” Eupora coach Bryant Thomas said. “We competed with everyone last year, so this year we have a very good chance to be successful.”

Thomas takes over helm as coach of Eupora Lady Eagles

November 11, 2012

EUPORA – Eupora may be returning everyone to its Lady Eagle basketball team, but there is one new addition to the team in 2012-2013.

With the retirement of Curtis Ford, Bryant Thomas not only coaches the boys but also enters his first stint at coaching girls’ basketball.

Legislators aim to prevent child abuse

November 11, 2012

JACKSON — “Erin’s Law” is described as a tool to keep sexual predators away from children. Four states — Maine, Indiana, Illinois and Missouri — have enacted it and a dozen more may consider it in 2013.

Rep. Tom Miles, D-Forest, and Sen. Nancy Collins, R-Tupelo, want Mississippi to be among them. They’re drafting a bill for 2013 with help from the Children’s Justice Center.

Pushmataha scouts’ fall Camporee hits EMCC

November 11, 2012

The weather at East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus was perfect for camping, as the Pushmataha Area Council’s Boy Scouts did, on Saturday.

Officials: OCH analysis still lacks traction

November 11, 2012

Since Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors decided to seek proposals for a comprehensive OCH Regional Medical Center financial analysis, officials on both sides of a potential hospital transaction say they are stuck in a holding pattern with the whole situation.

The drought continues: Bulldogs see losing skid grow to 13 against LSU

November 11, 2012

BATON ROUGE, La. – Mississippi State was trying to do something they hadn't done in a while.
When the dust settled, the Bulldogs were not going to be making history.

MSU, ranked No. 22 by The Associated Press, was trying to snap a 12-game losing streak to LSU, but it dropped a 37-17 victory to the No. 9 Tigers Saturday night in Tiger Stadium.

MSU's Russell sets single season mark

November 11, 2012

BATON ROUGE, La. – Tyler Russell is just adding to what has already been a career year for a Mississippi State quarterback.

In Saturday's 37-17 loss to LSU, the junior signal called found Chad Bumphis for 14-yard passing score early in the third quarter to give him 17 touchdowns this season.

The 17 touchdowns breaks the MSU season career record.

Old Montgomery Grocery at Longview

November 11, 2012

Come on and tag along with me to the community of Longview in Oktibbeha County.

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