Archive - Nov 18, 2013
Mrs. Bobie Ruth Hudson, 92 pass a way on November 13, 2013
Her funeral will be held at Josey Creek M.B. Church, Starkville,MS Tuesday November 19, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. with the Burial in Josey Creek Cemetery. Visitation will be Monday, November18, 2013 from 12:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Century Hairston Funeral Home in Starkville, Ms. Rev. Thomas Rogers Jr. officiating.
Mr. Parker Roberson. 78, died Saturday, November 16, 2013 at his home in Maben.
Private Graveside services will be 11:00 am Tuesday at the Roberson Family Cemetery in Webster County. A visitation for the public was Monday from 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm at Oliver Funeral Home in Eupora.
Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen was in a joking mood Monday afternoon during his weekly press conference.
The fifth-year head coach opened his talk with the media by rotating his arm and saying, "I had a pretty night throwing the ball the other night. I was loosening the arm up and getting myself ready to go."
Benardrick McKinney is the ultimate team player.
The Mississippi State sophomore linebacker might have only picked up three tackles against the Alabama Crimson Tide last Saturday night, but one of those tackles was for a loss and he also recovered his second fumble of the season.
It does not matter what the scoreboard says for Jesse Hosket.
The senior is going to give his all for the French Camp Panthers and encourage his teammates to do the same each time he steps on the football field.
Rick Ray is facing another obstacle in his young head-coaching career.
The Mississippi State head men's basketball coach saw his starting point guard helped off the court last Thursday night and learned on Friday that he will be sidelined for two to four weeks.
IJ Ready will sit out with a strained, inflamed hamstring, leaving a void at the point guard position.
In 2003, Mississippi Tennessee Railroad, LLC gave notice of abandonment of a stretch of railroad between Houston and New Albany. Ten years later, the former railroad is seeing traffic again, with walkers, bicyclists, and skaters treading where trains once traveled.
The 43.5-mile Tanglefoot Trail is now open, giving northeast Mississippi residents a new locale to exercise and enjoy nature.
Frank Davis is, to those who know him, a model of community involvement.
Davis, a longtime Starkville resident and former Mississippi State University professor, is active in many facets of the Starkville community, whether they be the university, his church or championing causes of public interest. Heâ€™s also worked on a global scale to fight world hunger.