Archive - Jan 8, 2013
By MATT CRANE
With the winter months still ahead, Mississippi State University graduate student Kent Sparrow is putting a new twist on a classic cold-weather dish: chili.
Growing up with a family dedicated to good food, Sparrow said he discovered this recipe last year.
By JAY REED
The Reed Family Holiday Hootenannie was a long one this year. (That may not be how you spell hootenannie, but since we had a Nannie with us, thatâ€™s what Iâ€™m going with.)Â
By Alix Hui
For Starkville Daily News
As I write this column in the increasing light of a still-optimistic January morning, I think of my new favorite quote, by Thoreau of all people:
â€śRise free from care before the dawn and seek adventures.â€ť
Check and check.Â Now to find some adventuresâ€¦
Oktibbeha County Coroner Michael Hunt pleaded guilty today to one charge of driving under the influence in Lowndes County Justice Court.
Hunt, 46, was arrested November 8 in Columbus and charged with his first DUI and careless driving. He was not in a county owned vehicle.
The Mississippi State men's basketball team have had its fair share of ups and downs this season.
The non-conference portion of the schedule has taught head coach Rick Ray and the Bulldogs several things.
MSU has dropped an embarrassing 59-57 loss to Alabama A&M at home on Dec. 30, 2012. The Bulldogs then rebounded with dominating 97-46 win over New Orleans last Thursday.
By MATT CRANE
Starkville Academyâ€™s Building Momentum capital campaign is living up to its name as school officials announced Monday more than $1 million has been raised toward its working $1.2 million goal.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Local businessman David Little has qualified to run as a Republican for Ward 3â€™s alderman seat in this yearâ€™s municipal election.
By CARL SMITH
Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors President Orlando Trainer and Vice President John Montgomery were unanimously re-elected to their respective leadership positions Monday.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Margie Pulley wasted no time getting down to business.