Archive - Sep 2013
When Yokohama Tire Company comes to West Point, officials expect some amount of Japanese employees to come with it, both during and after construction.
Starkvilleâ€™s Main Street Association will add a new wrinkle to its annual meeting this year.
Scheduled for 5 p.m. today in the Greater Starkville Development Partnership office, the associationâ€™s third annual meeting will also include awards.
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Saturday morning, the T.K. Martin Center will be filled with Disney princesses, Scooby Doo and many super heroes cheering on participants in the T.K. Martin Fun Run. But despite the iconic figures, the biggest stars of the day will be the children associated with Project IMPACT.
The Bolivar County Board of Supervisors and county administrator visited the Mississippi Horse Park Wednesday to learn how they could make their agricultural center thrive again.
Most of the talk early in this week has been about what Mississippi State is doing during its bye week.
Most of Bulldog head coach Dan Mullen's answers have been 'getting better, resting and getting younger guys reps.'
Mullen divulged a little more on Wednesday's Southeastern Conference teleconference. There were a few questions asked about next week's opponent LSU.
There were two teams in Class 6A, Region 2 that played in the rain and didn't have an open date last week.
The Columbus Falcons were one of those.
Even though Columbus struggled and lost a 21-10 decision to Louisville, head coach Tony Stanford was glad to be able to keep playing.
Coach Bo Milton has some prior knowledge of what his Winston Academy football team is up against come Friday night.
EUPORA â€“ Quarterbacks are often the leaders on the football field and Euporaâ€™s Trey Pittman is no exception.
MATHISTON - Jack Wilson is a student of the game.
As the quarterback of the East Webster Wolverines, Wilson tries to soak up as much knowledge as he can to best lead his team to victories on Friday nights.
"I love the game," Wilson said. "I try (to keep my head in the playbook). The more you are around it, the more you know. I've grown up in it. It's a plus for me since I'm around it so much."
There were some games that were considered definite yawners in week four of the college football season.
With finals scores like 76-0, 72-0, 77-7, 70-7 and yes even 62-7, it caused fans to have a hard time staying interested for the entire game.