Archive - 2013
Things just arenâ€™t like they used to be, a point Strong Towns co-founder and president Charles â€śChuckâ€ť Morohn Jr. tried to drive home with an audience gathered at the Greensboro Center Tuesday evening for a â€śCurbside Chat.â€ť
It may not be Black Friday yet, but prices have fallen far for one significant commodity in Starkville: gasoline.
The Starkville School District Board of Education talked consolidation during its Tuesday evening meeting.
Cadence Bank has introduced some its Birmingham, Ala. customers to a new automated banking system that also provides a personal touch.
That personal touch comes from Starkville.
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It was the desire of football coach Jamie Mitchell to restore a winning tradition when he was hired at Starkville High School in 2010.
That mission has been accomplished.
In the four years prior to Mitchell's arrival in Starkville, the Yellowjackets had a combined record of 20-28 during that time.
EUPORA â€“ It was 14 years ago when Junior Graham took his first head coaching job.
Since that time, he has enjoyed multiple successes on the football field.
This past Friday as Eupora defeated South Delta in the first round of the Class 2A playoffs, Graham got one of his biggest accomplishments in the form of his 150th career victory.
There are some great high school football coaches located all across the state of Mississippi.
Two of them can be found within 30 miles of each other right here in our coverage area.
Jamie Mitchell of Starkville High School and Junior Graham of Eupora High School have kept their respective programs in the state championship hunt over the last few seasons.
The Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers knew the capabilities of the Jackson Prep offense.
SA stepped up its defense Tuesday night as it claimed a 42-34 victory over Jackson Prep.
Mississippi State has faced some tough competition this season.
Of the Bulldogs' five losses, four of the opponents were ranked when they beat MSU. The fifth, Auburn, is now ranked seventh and still in control of their own destiny in the Southeastern Conference Western Division.
Ruth Virginia Nanney Mann, 97, passed away on Monday, November 11, 2013 at OCH Regional Medical Center in Starkville, Mississippi. Mrs. Mann had resided at The Carrington Nursing Center in Starkville for the last two years. Before moving to The Carrington, her primary caregiver in Belmont for several years was Mrs. Nell McGee. Mrs. Mann was born in Mantachie, Ms.