Archive - Dec 2012
By MATT CRANE
The Starkville-Mississippi State University Symphony Orchestra is ready to bring the Christmas spirit to Golden Triangle residents with its annual Criss Christmas Concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at First Baptist Church in Starkville.
By EMILY JONES
Iâ€™ve been dreaming of booking a spa weekend at one of those plush retreats where the staff pampers the guests and makes them feel wonderful. You know those places â€” where you can drop a few pounds while dining on gourmet fare and being followed around by an adorable exercise instructor.
By MATT CRANE
If the Mayan calendar is right and the world does end on Dec. 21, 2012, Mississippi State University's improv troupe, Lab Rats Comedy, is ready to give audiences one last laugh riot with "Lab Rats: Defyin' the Mayans" at 9 p.m. Tuesday on the McComas Hall main stage.
JACKSON â€“ When Jamie Mitchell took over the Starkville High School football program three years ago, he was trying to build something special.
He saw the hard work pay off Saturday night.
The Yellowjackets (12-3) beat the Pascagoula Panthers (11-3) 28-11 for the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 5A State championship on the campus of Jackson State.
By CARL SMITH
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors will review an estimated $30,000 to $35,000 comprehensive planning contract from an Oxford-based urban development firm at its 9 a.m. Monday meeting at the county courthouse.
By STEVEN NALLEY
There was a time when Gillan Alexander didnâ€™t know Rob Robinson by his name â€” only by his state.
JACKSON â€“ Time after time, it has been said that defense wins championships.
Starkville High did its part to reinforce that adage on Saturday night as the Yellowjackets held the Pascagoula Panthers to 11 points in a 28-11 win and claimed the 5A State championship.
JACKSON â€“ Most high school football teams rely on the running game.
It was no different Saturday night in Starkville's 28-11 victory over Pascagoula in the Mississippi High School Activities Association Class 5A State championship game.
The Yellowjackets picked up 222 of their 304 total yards on the ground.
Now the Starkville Yellowjackets can think about it.
At the beginning of the season, SHS football coach Jamie Mitchell downplayed a potential return to the Class 5A State championship game because of all the pressure that comes with it.
The Jackets decided to take things week by week and deal with each opponent as they appeared on the schedule.