Archive - Sep 4, 2012
By ALIX HUI
[Setting: Some sort of drafty fold in the space-time continuum.Â Yes, I realize time-travel is a cheap narrative device, which is why we are time-folding.]
â€śYou know what? School hasnâ€™t started yet. I can still make stock from scratch.â€ťÂ This is what Alix of days ago said.
By NATHAN GREGORY
A Starkville man filed an objection Tuesday in Oktibbeha County Chancery Court regarding the cityâ€™s agreement to issue certificates of participation connected to the construction of a new city hall.
By CARL SMITH
For the third time this year, District 2 Supervisor Orlando Trainer said the county should look for road maintenance funding through outside bonds.
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Starkville Board of Aldermen took critical steps toward addressing sewer and storm water issues on Carver Drive and in other locations at its meeting Tuesday at City Hall
By CARL SMITH
The Starkville School District Board of Trustees unanimously passed a policy amendment which will move its normal monthly meeting to the second Tuesday of every month beginning in January.
Last April, new head men's basketball coach Rick Ray began to put his stamp on the Mississippi State program.
He set the standard for what it would now mean to play for the Bulldogs.
Hard work, determination and attention to detail would all be a factor in being a part of a new era in MSU basketball.
The success of the Southeastern Conference is worth bragging about at every opportunity.
As far as the first weekend of football goes, it doesn't get much better than what the SEC was able to accomplish out of the gate. The league doesn't appear to be ready to relinquish its standing as the toughest in the country.
The Starkville High School volleyball team did something for the first time this season Tuesday night.
Vivian Barksdale played the defensive speciality position, libero, and the Lady Yellowjackets took a 3-0 win over Amory in the Beehive.
The Starkville High School Lady Yellowjackets may have taken a tough loss at home Tuesday night against the New Hope Lady Trojans, but they also saw signs of what they could become in the future.
Even though Starkville eventually dropped a 17-0 decision to New Hope at the SHS softball field, head coach Lisa Spencer saw some things that she liked from her team, especially offensively.