Archive - Dec 2013
SOUTHAVEN â€“ The Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers enjoyed a very good third quarter against the Southaven Lady Chargers Saturday and defeated the public school competition 51-38.
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Dr. Kirk Patrick Arnett was born to Mildred Kirkpatrick and Gus Arnett of Columbus, Mississippi on March 29, 1946 and passed away in Starkville, Mississippi on December 19, 2013 after a lengthy cancer battle.
Mississippi State was fined $25,000 by the Southeastern Conference for violation of the SEC's Artificial Noisemaker Policy during the 2013 football season.
SEC Commissioner Mike Slive made the announcement on Friday.
The fine was due to the cowbells that Bulldog fans ring during games. The league allows them in games, but can only be used at certain times during the game.
COLUMBUS â€“ The Starkville Yellowjackets faced one of Alabama's top ranked teams in Holt at the Joe Horne Christmas Classic.
â€śWe didnâ€™t know much about this team, so early on it was about feeling each other out,â€ť SHS boys coach Greg Carter said. â€śOnce we figured them out, we were able to adjust and we did a pretty good job.â€ť
COLUMBUS â€“ It's easier for players of any sport to understand why they have to practice certain things when it makes a difference in winning or losing games.
On Friday afternoon at the Joe Horne Christmas Classic in Columbus, the Starkville Lady Yellowjackets saw just how important free throws were.
When it has come to offense this season, the Mississippi State women's basketball team is writing its own book.
The Bulldogs entered Friday night's game averaging 76.6 points per outing. They got to 77 points with 15:52 remaining in the ballgame.
Mississippi State University placed university Police Chief Georgia Lindley on paid administrative leave Thursday night, after Starkville police reportedly arrested her on suspicion of driving under the influence.
SPD Capt. Frank Nichols said Lindley was arrested Thursday. She posted bond after her arrest and was not booked into Oktibbeha County Jail.
Two local residents have thrown their hats in the ring to become the next county administrator, and both have ties to City Hall.
Mississippi drivers are the third-worst in the country, according to a recent study.
The study, which car insurance website www.carinsurancecomparison.com carried out, ranks the states and District of Columbia from first to worst based on statistics pulled from the National Highway Safety Traffic Administration, the National Motorists Association and Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
The past few months have been hard for Danny Hodnett.