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Archive - Oct 2013

October 18th

Chargers blank Lions

October 19, 2013

ACKERMAN – The Choctaw County Chargers entered Friday’s game on a five-game win streak and after defeating Southeast Lauderdale 45-0, that streak moved to six.

Salley helps Eupora to 34-12 victory

October 19, 2013

EUPORA – Lamontae Salley scored three touchdowns for Eupora, two receiving and one rushing in the fourth quarter, and the Eagles went on to a 34-12 homecoming victory over Okolona Friday night.
"We played much better," Eupora head coach Junior Graham said. "We blocked and tackled much better than we did last week. We rebounded well from a loss to Bruce."

Mill at MSU gains IHL clearance

October 18, 2013

In the public-private partnership that is The Mill at Mississippi State University conference center complex, the public portion of the agreement is now complete.

MSU tuition could rise again

October 18, 2013

The Institutions of Higher Learning Board of Trustees today voted first approval for a tuition plan that would push Mississippi State University's tuition to more than $7,000 per semester.

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Citywide Tailgate returns Thursday

October 18, 2013

It's been three long years since Campus Book Mart owner Barbara Foster broke out the decorations for her Citywide Tailgate station. Her wait is almost over.

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Shutdown stings robotics programs in Mississippi

October 18, 2013

Though the United States federal government shutdown is officially over, it's already left an impact on some Mississippi school's robotics programs.
Jackie Wilt, Armstrong Middle School's robotics instructor, said the federal shutdown forced a delay in the Mississippi First LEGO League competition, which AMS students compete in.

Geologic Map Day honors past, present

October 18, 2013

Today, online services like Google, Bing and Mapquest offer bird's eye views of terrain, roadways, rivers, buildings and more, but it takes more than a bird's eye view to discover the geology beneath the surface.

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October 17th

Ray sees improvement at MSU

October 17, 2013

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Entering his second year as the Mississippi State head coach, Rick Ray was looking for improvement.
The Bulldog coach had a trying first year in the Southeastern Conference with a young, inexperienced, and banged-up squad.
He finally has a full roster, and has seen a great deal of improvement from the returning guys.

State women learn from last year experience

October 17, 2013

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – The Mississippi State women's basketball team experienced some growing pains last year.
Even though there were some tough losses along the way, the Bulldogs experienced a great high when they upset No. 11 Georgia 50-38 in the final home game of the season.
MSU turned up the defensive pressure that night and only allowed the visiting Bulldogs five made baskets in each half.

Florida's Young believes MSU will be better team

October 17, 2013

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Mississippi State was picked to finish 13th in the Southeastern Conference this season by the media.
Florida center Patric Young isn't buying into that. The senior had a bold statement on the Bulldogs.
"I wouldn't be surprised if Mississippi State was a lot better this year," Young told reporters at SEC media days on Thursday. "They have a lot of good young guys."

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