Archive - 2013
The Mississippi State softball program experienced the winningest April in school history last spring.
That run helped the Bulldogs springboard into the postseason and head coach Vann Stuedeman became one of only two first-year head coaches to take her team to the 2012 NCAA Tournament.
By RUTHIE ROBINSON
The Webster Progress-Times
WALTHALL â€”Â An early morning fire Thursday gutted and destroyed most of the historic Webster County Courthouse.
The Walthall Volunteer Fire Department and Eupora Volunteer Fire Department responded to an alert and found the courthouse in flames about 2:30 a.m.
By NATHAN GREGORY
The city of Starkville may still be eligible for a Emergency Medical Services Operating Fund grant despite reports earlier this month that the opportunity would not be available.
By CARL SMITH
Mississippi Department of Education officials will hold a live-shooter exercise Saturday at Overstreet School as part of the organizationâ€™s school safety training initiative.
The exercise is closed to the public and will occur throughout the day, MDE school safety spokesman Don Criswell said.
The night started out dark inside Humphrey Coliseum and ended even darker on Mississippi State's chance of going 3-0 in the Southeastern Conference.
The Bulldogs (7-8, 2-1) fell to the Alabama Crimson Tide (10-6, 2-1) 75-43 Wednesday night.
A physical presence.
The fifth-ranked Kentucky Lady Wildcats are developing it this season and the Mississippi State Bulldogs know that's what it is going to take to be successful in the Southeastern Conference.
Kentucky head coach Matthew Mitchell is happy that his team has been able to follow up last season's SEC regular season championship and continue to win games.
The Starkville School District, the Oktibbeha County School District, Starkville Academy and Starkville Christian School have all confirmed that they will remain closed Thursday instead of starting class at 10 a.m. as previously announced due to winter weather, including snowfall.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Starkville aldermen directed city staff to draft a resolution in support of the Citizens for Economic Development Act to be presented at the boardâ€™s Feb. 5 meeting.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Mississippi State University announced on Wednesday a new partnership with Severstal North America to create a 4,000-square-foot Steel Research Center (SRC) endowed with many of the same capabilities as Severstalâ€™s Columbus plant on a smaller scale that makes experimental alloy research financially viable.