Archive - Jan 2013
According to Mississippi State University Director of University Relations Sid Salter, the university was the target of a cyber attack on one of its servers, but a preliminary investigation indicates that no secure data was lost.
Salter issued the following statement earlier.
The Starkville Academy girls basketball program experienced a first on Tuesday.
When the Lady Volunteers became ranked in the Clarion Ledger Super 10 girls poll, it was not only the first time SA had become a part of the rankings, but it's also the first time any private school squad has entered the listing.
It may not have been a perfect game for the Starkville Lady Yellowjackets in the first game of 2013 Tuesday night, but it was pretty good.
The Lady Jackets jumped out to a 25-9 lead after the first quarter against the visiting Aberdeen Lady Bulldogs and went on to secure a 66-29 victory at home.
The Starkville High School boys' basketball team gave itself plenty of opportunities to win, but when it was all said and done, it didn't capitalize.
The Yellowjackets dropped a 54-51 final to Aberdeen inside the Beehive.
"We had too many turnovers," SHS head coach Greg Carter said.
The Jackets turned the ball over 16 times, but shot 55 percent from the field.
MATHISTON â€“ The familiarity of playing a rivals proved beneficial for the East Webster Lady Wolverines Tuesday night.
The Lady Wolverines were able to pick up a 48-26 victory over the Ackerman Lady Indians at its home court at the former Wood Junior College gymnasium.
In Rick Ray's first year as the head coach of the Mississippi State basketball team, he hasn't caught many breaks.
There have been injuries, players suspended and a loss to a Southwestern Athletic Conference school.
Mississippi State's Jerica James is beginning to get the point.
The sophomore earned her sixth start of the season, the first in Southeastern Conference play for the Bulldogs and played 36 minutes in a 60-46 loss to South Carolina last Sunday.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Mississippi State University Career Center Director Scott Maynard announced Tuesday he will run as a Republican for Ward 5â€™s alderman seat in this yearâ€™s municipal election.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Oktibbeha County Coroner Michael Hunt pleaded guilty Tuesday to one charge of driving under the influence in Lowndes County Justice Court.
Hunt, 46, was arrested Nov. 8 in Columbus and charged with his first DUI and careless driving.
He was not in a county owned vehicle at the time of his arrest.
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Sturgis Board of Aldermen voted unanimously Tuesday to hold a workshop Feb. 12 to develop a counterproposal to the Sturgis South Bike Rally Boardâ€™s 2013 motorcycle rally proposal, with an alderman liaison set to ask the rally board to meet jointly with the aldermen once the counterproposal is ready.