Archive - Oct 1, 2013
Jamarcus Bradleyâ€™s time is now.
After patiently waiting the last couple of years, the junior is finally assuming his role as the starting quarterback for the Choctaw County Chargers.
He scores touchdowns rushing and receiving for the French Camp Panthers.
He punts and returns punts.
For senior Hagan Box, there are several ways he contributes for the Panthers.
French Camp head coach Nathan Wright loves having Box as a part of the team.
The really good teams are emerging from the pack across the high school football landscape in the area at the midway point of the season.
It's really kind of difficult to realize some teams are five games into its seasons and East Webster has played six games. The Wolverines have won all six.
LSU has been predominately known as a good rushing offense.
This year the No. 10 Tigers (4-1, 1-1) have been airing it out more than usual and finding success with the passing game.
Senior quarterback Zach Mettenberger has been a big reason for the passing game success. He has shown a good bit of improvement from last season.
Starkville Highâ€™s volleyball team constantly demonstrates the proper way to play and succeed at the sport.
Tuesday evening was no different as the Lady Yellowjackets defeated visiting Columbus in three straight sets (25-11, 25-5, 25-7).
OCH Regional Medical Center Director of Infection Control Kim Roberts wanted to help children see germs in a new light.
As the product of an Army family, Steve Reagan has lived many places in his life, but after 14 months in Starkville as the director for the Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee Wildlife Refuge, Reagan has found himself enjoying Starkville.
The National Federation of the Blind has designated October as Meet the Blind Month and today the Starkville chapter is holding an event from 9 a.m. to noon at St. Lukeâ€™s Lutheran Church offering information and resources to those affected by any capacity of blindness.
The Emerson Family Center celebrated touching more than 200 families through its Project CARE classes on Monday.
Elmarie Brooks, project manager for Project CARE for the Department of Family Centered Programs with the Starkville School District, said the Project CARE was made up of a number of different classes to help parents strengthen their parenting skills.