Archive - Feb 2013
It wasn't quite the formula for success that the Starkville Yellowjackets were looking for against the Columbus Falcons Tuesday night.
Columbus kept expanding a lead on Starkville with eight runs in the first four innings and went on to win a 9-5 decision at Yellowjacket Stadium.
It was the first loss of the season for SHS under Brian Jones, who saw his team fall to 2-1.
Mississippi State and Kentucky have played some good basketball games in the last few years.
There has usually been a championship or a berth into the NCAA Tournament on the line.
This time around Kentucky is the only one looking at this game as one step closer to the postseason.
By NELDA STARKS
For the last three weeks, I have written about beef and its nutritive value and I have given you a variety of healthy beef recipes that I hope you have tried. Today, I want to switch gears to another âbeefyâ topic â the economic importance of beef.
By ALIX HUI
Okay, boys and girls. Letâs gather around for our cultural history of spices lesson for today. Todayâs spice is Chinese five-spice powder. Oooooh.
By JAY REED
My recent trip to Gainesville, Fla. had one primary purpose: to attend a meeting related to my day job. Mission accomplished.Â
Mrs. Ruby Jean Kemp formerly of Sturgis, 85, died Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013 at her residence in Pearl.
Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013 in the Nowell-Massey Funeral Home Chapel in Louisville with Rev. Grady Bailey Jr. officiating.
Burial will follow in Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Renasant Corporation and First M&F Corporation signed a definitive merger agreement earlier this month, but any discussion on what will become of the two Starkville M&F locations is moot until acquisition closes later this year, according to Renasant representatives.
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Starkville Board of Adjustments and Appeals will meet to discuss two variances for First Baptist Churchâs new child care facility at 4 p.m. Wednesday in City Hallâs Community Development Department.
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Starkville Historic Preservation Commission recommended approval of boundaries and standards for local historic districts without any amendments at its meeting Tuesday, despite multiple residents appearing at the meeting to ask them to exclude their properties from the districts.