Archive - Aug 2013
Starkville police are asking for public assistance identifying a credit card fraud suspect.
According to an SPD release, police are searching for a suspect, who they identified as a black female of medium build that wore glasses.
People rarely juxtapose drinking and knowledge, but several Starkville bars combine those two on a weekly basis.
On any given weeknight in Starkville, bars and restaurants are filled with trivia goers putting their knowledge to the test.
Preston Lott and Brooks Roberts co-founded The Lost Pizza Company in Indianola and Cleveland in 2007, but they are both graduates of Mississippi State University, and Lott said they remained big fans.
Cecil Clinton Gray, Sr. of Starkville proudly wore his gold jersey with the black No. 46. He was a football player for Starkville High School and served in the Navy. He did beautiful cabinets and worked at the Starkville Daily News as a route carrier. He requested his body be given to science, with no funeral or memorial.
Mrs. Betty Jean Evans (77) was granted her heavenly wings on Sunday, August 25, 2013. Betty was born March 6, 1936 to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Mandy Rieves. Betty was the fourth of six children. After graduating from Oktibbeha County Training School, Betty attended MI College in West Point.
One of the biggest questions coming into the season for Mississippi State, was what were the wide receivers going to look like?
With just days before the Bulldogs kick off the season against the No. 13 (Associated Press) Oklahoma State Cowboys in Houston, Tex., one receiver feels very confident in himself, the receivers and the entire offense.
The Houston Colt .45s got a new home in 1965.
The Astrodome was erected as the world's first multi-purpose, domed sports stadium.
The baseball team changed its name from the .45s to the Astros because of the Astrodome.
In that same year, Mississippi State traveled to Houston to take on the Houston Cougars in football.
The game was played at the Astrodome to start the college football season.
There's a little rivalry brewing early in the high school football season.
It's only week two and there's already a game on the schedule that has a chance to capture the interest of the two schools participating.
Starkville High School demonstrated the proper way to play volleyball Tuesday as the Lady Yellowjackets powered past the Chargers of Choctaw County in three straight sets 25-5, 25-18, 25-9.
Mississippi State University received national recognition for its continued energy efficiency efforts at the Starkville campus.