Archive - Nov 2012
By CARL SMITH
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors will renew discussions on a countywide comprehensive plan and could also make an appointment to a four-person board representing local interests in a new tri-county economic development group at its 5:30 p.m. meeting today at the county courthouse.
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Starkville School District recently became the sixth school district in Mississippi to earn the U.S. Department of Agricultureâ€™s 6 Cent Certification, giving the SSDâ€™s child nutrition program 6 cents for every meal it sells.
Since the day Dan Mullen took over as the head coach of Mississippi State, winning the Egg Bowl against rival Ole Miss has been top priority.
Mullen calls the Egg Bowl 'the most important game of the year' for the Bulldogs. He has stoked the fires a couple of times trying to get the rivalry relevant.
Mississippi State is looking to make history today and give head coach Rick Ray his first win over a ranked opponent.
The Bulldogs (1-1) battle the No. 11, by the Associated Press, North Carolina Tar Heels (3-0) in the Maui Invitational.
Tipoff is set for 5 p.m. and can be seen on ESPN2.
The Bulldogs are 0-5 all-time against the Tar Heels.
Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer said his team continues to take "baby steps" this season as it learns to grow and improve.
Those next steps take place in Puerta Vallarta, Mexico, at the Hardwood Tournament of Hope.
By MATT CRANE
The Mississippi State University Horticulture Club is getting into the holiday spirit with its annual Christmas plant sale Friday.
By CAROLE DAVIS
One of my fondest and dearest memories growing up on campus was having a date with my daddy to go to the huge Davis Wade football stadium to see the football game of the year with MSU playing our biggest rival, Ole Miss. The weather was cold, dreary and freezing outside. My feet, fingers and entire body were frozen before the score went final that Saturday afternoon.
By EMILY JONES
I got a big dose of dÃ©jÃ vu yesterday while standing in a long grocery line.
I had three items â€” a bottle of Clairol, some wrinkle cream and the economy size of ginkgo biloba â€” nary a thing to eat. Thatâ€™s what happens when you grow older â€” food no longer matters as long as you can afford every new anti-aging product that comes down the pike.