Archive - Dec 2013
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution of support for an effort to allow Mississippi State University to enter a 55-year lease with lenders for The Mill project.
On Sunday, the NBAâs Sacramento Kings finished a community outreach program called â12 Days of Giving Big,â where players gave back to the Sacramento community.
Brandon Presley wants to see Mississippi vie for major cellular phone service infrastructure money a few dollars at a time.
There has been a theme to Mississippi State's football practices over the last few days.
The Bulldog squad has been showing coaches a good bit of energy in the early going as it prepares for the AutoZone Liberty Bowl on Dec. 31.Â
The defense has been driven by it this entire year, and it has carried over into the bowl practices. Yet, the offense has let the bug overtake it in mid December.Â
Josh Robinson is the same guy he was while growing up in Franklinton, La.
No matter where life has taken him, Robinson has remained focused on the task at hand while also helping those beside him to be successful.
In his current role as a running back at Mississippi State, Robinson gets that chance on a daily basis.
The Southeastern Conference Player of the Week in women's basketball is being rewarded with a trip near home.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs play 297 miles away from Martha Alwal's hometown today when they take on North Dakota State. Tipoff at Bison Sports Arena is set for 7 p.m.
Alwal is a junior center from Worthington, Minn.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs have an opportunity to finish the week needing just two wins to get to double digits for the season.
MSU hosts to Florida A&M tonight at 7 p.m. inside Humphrey Coliseum and then host Florida Gulf Coast Thursday night at 8 p.m.
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Webster County may finally get a roadmap on how to move forward with its county courthouse, which has gone unused for nearly a year due to heavy fire damage.
The Webster County Board of Supervisors will meet at 8:30 a.m. today at Eupora High School with the hopes of determining what options they have to deal with the damaged 98-year-old structure.
For Alvin Turner, ability is a state of mind.
Physical disability relegates him to walking with a cane, but it doesnât douse his fire to serve his community. Nor does it stop him from routinely appearing in public before the Starkville Board of Aldermen as an unofficial citizen liaison for Ward 7 and the local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.