Archive - 2013
MSU and Alabama tip off action at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Ga., at 5 p.m.
By JAY REED
It is a mixed blessing to travel alone.Â I do get to choose what I want to eat â€” that I like. (To be fair, however, I get to choose more than my fair share when not alone. Sometimes Iâ€™m democratic, sometimes Iâ€™m a dictator. But itâ€™s for their own good.)Â But eating by myself?Â I like that less.Â
Dr. Donald Wayne Zacharias, 77, President Emeritus of Mississippi State University, died Sunday, March 3, 2013 in Starkville. He was the beloved husband of Tommie Kline Zacharias, his wife of 53 years.
A public memorial service celebrating the life and service of Dr. Zacharias will be held 11 a.m. Thursday, March 7 in the MSU Colvard Student Unionâ€™s Foster Ballroom.
By NATHAN GREGORY
An amended version of Miss. H.B. 716, a bill calling for the consolidation of Oktibbeha County and Starkville school districts, passed through the state Senate Education Committee Tuesday.
Mississippi State women's coach Vic Schaefer must be forgiven if he checked twice that Candace Foster was on the bus for Duluth, Ga.
He just doesn't want to enter any competitive situation like the Southeastern Conference Tournament without the junior guard being around.
By ZACK PLAIR
The Mississippi Legislature overwhelmingly supported a bill that protects all personal information on state residents who hold a firearms permit from public disclosure.
The Mississippi State men's basketball team has seen a boost in its confidence.
The Bulldogs snapped a 13-game losing streak by beating in-state rival Ole Miss last Saturday.Â
By STEVEN NALLEY
It began with a rivalry between two best friends.
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Starkville Board of Aldermen established a committee to review construction proposals for a parking lot related to the CottonMill project, held two public hearings on city street names and revising landscape ordinances and closed an investigation of police misconduct allegations during its meeting Tuesday at City Hall.
A great community is important to Mississippi State football coach Dan Mullen.
In his mind, the key to success locally is to make changes in a positive direction.
That was the message Mullen delivered in an address to the Starkville Rotary Club Monday at the Starkville Country Club.