Archive - 2013
John C. (J.C.) Collier, Sr., a carpenter and sheetrock hanger for forty-six years, passed away Sunday December 22, 2013 at the Pioneer Community Hospital of Choctaw in Ackerman, MS. Mr. Collier was born December 16, 1924 in Choctaw County, MS. He was a veteran of the United States Navy, having served in WWII.
Mississippi State freshman guard Dominique Dillingham has burst onto the women's college basketball scene.
She proved it this past week.
After totaling 22 points in two games for the Bulldogs, Dillingham was the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Week.
Dillingham scored five points and pulled down five rebounds in her first start as MSU beat North Dakota State on the road.
Ethan Tucker went out on a limb and joined the Starkville High bowling team with the encouragement of a friend.
It's not hard to see the reason why the Starkville Yellowjackets are off to such a successful start to the basketball season.
All an individual has to do is look at the SHS roster and see 11 seniors.
The Jackets have used that experience to get off to a 9-2 start.
Due to the late tipoff Monday night (9:30 p.m.) for the Mississippi State men's basketball game in the Las Vegas Classic against UNLV, the Starkville Daily News will not be able to have next day coverage in Tuesday's edition.
There will be a full report on starkvilledailynews.com when the information becomes available following the game and will also be included in Wednesday's edition.
Things will change drastically for Gabe Jackson when Mississippi State walks off the field at Liberty Bowl Stadium in Memphis, Tenn., after the AutoZone Liberty Bowl.
The senior offensive lineman will never again wear the maroon and white, rather he will be suiting up for a National Football League team.
Put Starkville Highâ€™s Imane Montgomery on the basketball court and her talent level is clear.
The senior possesses a skill set that is impressive and is just one of the reasons Montgomery has become a standout athlete for the Lady Yellowjackets.
COLUMBUS â€“ The Midfield (Ala.) Patriots are No. 1 in their classification for a reason.
On Saturday afternoon at the Joe Horne Christmas Classic, the Patriots showed the Starkville Yellowjackets why they are so well-respected in Alabama.
Midfield went on a 16-0 run after Starkville had taken a lead in the fourth quarter and ended up defeating the Jackets 76-64.