Archive - Aug 2012
The Honey Badger took a hit last week.
As good as Tyrann Mathieu was on the football field, he could not avoid the off-the-field downfall that led to him being dismissed by the LSU Tigers on Friday.
LSU officials said that Mathieu was no longer a part of the team for breaking an athletic department rule.
EUPORA â€“ It has been quite a busy month for Kaley Harris, the new softball coach at Eupora High School.
That's how long Harris has been on the job at the Webster County school, taking over for Trae Embry, and one of her first tasks was managing the preseason Eupora Classic on Saturday.
Harris was running from field to field and making sure the tournament was on schedule.
By MATT CRANE
What started out as a mother-to-mother swap of clothing has turned into quite the consignment revolution.
A group of young Starkville mothers are holding the second Starkville Swap consignment sale Saturday, Aug. 18 from 9 a.m. to noon at the old Costume Party store in Cotton Crossings.
By Emily Jones
The Olympics and all this hype about all things British is mildly amusing to me.
I visited England years ago and found the country a bit pretentious and stuffy.Â Now I find that I was all wrong about England which can be quite jolly after all.
It's been almost a year since a knee injury ended the football season early for David Fair.
The talented defensive player for the Yellowjackets tore ligaments in his knee during the Tupelo game last Sept. 2, had surgery and went through rehabilitation.
MABEN â€“ East Webster head coach Doug Wilson wanted to give a lot of younger guys some experience Friday night.
In the process, his Wolverines beat the West Oktibbeha Timberwolves 7-6 at the West Oktibbeha High School football field.
By MATT CRANE
With 21 days remaining until the first kick off of the new football season, the city of Starkville is gearing up to do its part in welcoming visitors to the town and Mississippi State University campus.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Starkville residents with smartphones will soon be able to use them to pay their electric bills and check their usage of electricity in real time.
By STEVEN NALLEY
For the past five years, students at Mississippi State Universityâ€™s College of Veterinary Medicine have gained real-world experience through the programâ€™s Mobile Veterinary Clinic.