Archive - Feb 4, 2013
It wasn't the best week for the Mississippi State men's basketball team on the court.
The Bulldogs held halftime leads in both games they played this week, but let things slip away in the second half.
"(It was a) tough week for us on the basketball court," MSU head coach Rick Ray said during Monday's Southeastern Conference teleconference. "I thought we were competitive in two games."
Between two of the most important football dates of the year, the Starkville Rotary Club had a reason to talk baseball on Monday.
Mississippi State baseball coach John Cohen used his popular power-point method to turn the attention of the Rotarians from the Super Bowl and National Signing Day, set for Wednesday, to Bulldog baseball at the Starkville Country Club.
By CARL SMITH
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors agreed in principle Monday to enter into a reduced-cost comprehensive planning contract with Oxford-based firm Slaughter and Associates.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Oktibbeha County School District conservator Margie Pulley approved annual plans for technology, professional development and test security at the districtâ€™s regular monthly meeting Monday.
By NATHAN GREGORY
If all members of the Starkville Board of Aldermen vote the same way they did Jan. 2 to increase pay for the mayor and aldermen today during their meeting, they will have more than enough votes to override Mayor Parker Wisemanâ€™s veto.
By NATHAN GREGORY
For more than 10 years, the two-hour parking limit signs on Main Street were more of a reminder to be courteous to others visiting the downtown area than a rule.
That ends today, at least for the next four months.
Toriano Holloway did not expect to have "Dr." in front of his name when he was young.
George T. â€śTommyâ€ť Everett III could have gone to Ole Miss, but he instead became one of Mississippi State Universityâ€™s most distinguished alumni.
Oktibbeha County School District Conservator Margie Pulley will discuss several routine annual plans, but not the OCSDâ€™s proposed consolidation with the Starkville School District, at the OCSDâ€™s meeting at noon Monday at the OCSDâ€™s offices.
Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer was in a mood to celebrate Sunday afternoon.
Following a 47-44 victory for the Bulldogs over the Arkansas Razorbacks, Schaefer gathered his team around in front of the bench and shared a joyful moment.
There haven't been too many of those this season, but Schaefer wanted to make sure the players knew how he felt of their effort.