Archive - 2013
High school courses are designed with students' futures in mind.
The Starkville Lady Yellowjackets know what's at stake tonight.
It's down to that time of the season when one loss can end a season abruptly and even though the Lady Jackets have enjoyed a good season with an overall 14-7 record, it won't matter if they don't give a good enough effort against Yazoo City in the first round of the Class 5A, Region 3 Tournament in Canton.
The MSU Riley Center recently announced the lineup for its newest spring and summer series featuring artists from a variety of musical genres including celebrated, award-winning musicians.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen interviewed three candidates for the cityâ€™s Director of Community Development position Wednesday during a special-call meeting at the Sportsplex.
The position calls for management of the Community Development Department, formerly known as the Building, Codes and Planning Department.
Saint Valentine's Day is February 14, but Valentine's can be every day of the year.
Visual artists have creative ways to express themselves when they suddenly become inspired within their hearts and souls. I felt inspired to suddenly create and design a very free-spirited and very whimsical painting on a most unlikely canvas. This time the canvas would be our big wrap-around front porch.
Iâ€™m still mulling over the messages delivered by television advertising during the big game on Super Bowl Sunday. Seems to me television advertising is supposed to encourage us to buy things we donâ€™t need with money we donâ€™t have. I would do it merrily if I could identify which products they were pushing.Â
By STEVEN NALLEY
Felecia M. Nave has a name for life as an American minority female: the â€śdouble bind.â€ť
Nave, associate provost and associate vice president at Prairie View (Texas) A&M University, said women only hold 25 percent of Americaâ€™s jobs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Ward 2 Alderman Sandra Sistrunk qualified late last week to run for re-election as a Democrat.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Beginning in late February, Mississippi State University provost Jerry Gilbert will pull double duty as interim dean of MSUâ€™s Bagley College of Engineering.