Archive - 2013
EUPORA â€“ There was an early morning wakeup call for a couple of Eupora Eagles on National Signing Day.
At approximately 8:15 a.m., Derrick Jones and Lazerick Davis announced that they would be attending the University of Mississippi and East Mississippi Community College, respectively.
ACKERMAN â€“ A quartet of Ackerman Indians made their college destinations known on Wednesday morning.
Ackerman fans already knew where Trent Furr and Lenny Taylor were continuing their careers, but it was not until mid-morning, they learned where Alex Foust and Quinton Lane were going to end up.
By NATHAN GREGORY
If Starkville Aldermen approved downtown parking fine increases effective immediately, there would have been one problem, Police Chief David Lindley said at the boardâ€™s Tuesday meeting.
The people tasked with writing parking tickets wouldnâ€™t be able to write any more of them until they got new ones.
By CARL SMITH
A bill authorizing school district officials to carry concealed weapons passed the Miss. House Education Committee Monday and will move to the full house for discussion.
By BEN WAIT
For many avid college football fans, today will feature some of the biggest headlines of the college football season.
No, there isnâ€™t a game today or the start of fall practice â€” itâ€™s National Signing Day. Many recruits will sign with their college choice today.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Mississippi Kids Count recognized the Starkville School Districtâ€™s Emerson Family Center as one of its Success Stories at its Light Up the Night dinner Friday in Jackson, giving Emerson a place of honor in the recently released 2013 Mississippi Kids Count Data Book.
Mississippi State fans have much to be excited about on National Signing Day.
Most high school football players went to bed Tuesday night knowing for sure where the next stop would be to continue their high school football careers.
There were some who slept on it.
As National Signing Day takes place across the nation, there are several local schools taking part.
Starkville High School has eight football players taking their talents to the next level.
Rick Ray is pretty familiar with in-state rivalries.
The first-year Mississippi State head coach spent three years at Purdue in West Lafayette, Ind. The rivalry between the Boilermakers and the Indiana Hoosiers is one of the biggest rivalries in college basketball.
Starkville Academy's Tiffany Huddleston plans to sign a scholarship to play soccer at Mississippi State today.
On the even of one of the biggest moments of her life, Huddleston showed she is pretty good on the basketball court as well.
Huddleston led the Lady Volunteers with 16 points and six steals during a 74-36 victory over the rival Heritage Academy Lady Patriots Tuesday night.