Archive - Jan 2013
By JAY REED
A top ten list just wouldnâ€™t be the same without the other five, right?
Last week we covered a tempura-battered hot dog, shallots, lamb fries (not French), macarons (not roons) and a fried oyster BLT. Not a bad start to end the year. Let us now be complete.Â
By STEVEN NALLEY
Before meeting Wade Williams, Jack Bryan wasnâ€™t bad at math, but he didnâ€™t enjoy it.
Bryan, now a senior at Starkville High School, first met Williams as a student in his trigonometry class. Since then, he said he has taken four math classes under Williams, and his ACT math score has risen from 27 to 34.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Starkvilleâ€™s sales tax and 2-percent restaurant tax figures for 2012 are on pace to eclipse 2011â€™s totals, according to the cityâ€™s latest revenue report.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Ask Clifton Story about his new job, and heâ€™ll say it mostly consists of running a machine his predecessors built.
By MATT CRANE
During closing ceremonies at the 2013 Mississippi Theatre Association Festival in Columbus Sunday, both Starkville Community Theatre and Starkville High School were recognized with awards for their competition productions.
By DARLENE SUPERVILLE
WASHINGTON â€” Todayâ€™s inaugural may be President Barack Obamaâ€™s big day, but Martin Luther King Jr. will loom large over the festivities.
The Starkville Lady Yellowjackets didn't have to go searching for a reason to bounce back after a tough loss on Friday night.
Not when West Point comes to town.
After the Lady Jackets were defeated by Canton in Class 5A, Region 2 action 61-35, they turned the situation around and handled the Lady Green Wave 64-50 on Saturday night at home.
It's easy to start a game out on a hot streak and take an early lead. It's another thing all together to finish strong and get the victory.
For the Starkville High School boys' basketball team, starting strong has been easy, but closing out has been the difficult part.