Archive - Aug 2012
By NATHAN GREGORY
Oktibbeha County Road Manager Victor Collins will update the board of supervisors Monday on the progress his crews have made this year with road improvements.
Projects being completed this year are part of a four-year, $10.08 million comprehensive plan to restore and build more than 66 miles of road.
By Emily Jones
Has the heat fried my brain, or do I see signs of fall popping up everywhere?
I always feel like shooting off fireworks to celebrate new beginnings when the calendar rolls over to August.Â A brand new school year is being launched this week, and I mysteriously felt the urge to buy a loose-leaf notebook.
By MATT CRANE
While she might not rest her head here every night, the love and attention Lucy Arant has given to her weekend getaway spot certainly makes this house a home.
Living mostly in Ruleville with her husband Hugh, Arant said her home in Sherwood Commons has been a wonderful place to gather with family and friends.
By Carole McReynolds Davis
By STEVEN NALLEY
Craig Aarhus knows itâ€™s a cliche to say members of Mississippi State Universityâ€™s Famous Maroon Band are family, but sometimes, he means that literally.
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Mississippi State University Sustainable Energy Research Center and the Mississippi Biomass Renewable Energy Council will host the inaugural Southeast Biofuels and Renewable Energy Conference Wednesday and Thursday at Jacksonâ€™s Marriott Hotel.
By SHEENA BAKER
The July 2012 term of Oktibbeha County Circuit Court concluded Thursday with several criminal offenders pleading guilty to their charge and many cases rescheduled to be heard during the next term of court in October. The following is a recap of cases that became before the court during the July term:
- Tony Davis, charged with rape, continued
The Mississippi State offensive line has been one group that continues to draw question marks as fall camp opens.
With returning starters Gabe Jackson and Dillon Day, the Bulldogs have a talented young group to serve as the strong point up front. With the return of Tobias Smith from injury, MSU has some experience to build around up front.
From staff and wire reports
PHILADELPHIA â€” Republican Gov. Phil Bryant took center stage under the old oaks of surrounding the Founderâ€™s Square Pavilion at the Neshoba County Fair and repeated his call for merit pay for teachers, opposition to expansion of the Medicaid program under the Obama health care reforms, and the need for continued caution in state budgeting and spending.
Football is officially here.
Coach Dan Mullen and the Mississippi State Bulldogs opened fall camp on Thursday afternoon and it didnâ€™t come a moment too soon.