Archive - 2013
Through the first six games of the season, Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen is somewhat happy with where his team is.
The Bulldogs are 3-3 overall and 0-2 in the Southeastern Conference. They are coming off a 21-20 win over Bowling Green on homecoming, and are not back on the gridiron until Thursday, Oct. 24, as Mullen calls this a "pseudo open date."
October is breast cancer awareness month andÂ in Starkville, a group is planning something special for the cause.
tarkville Board of Aldermen approved a rezoning measure for the C Spire Data Processing Center in the Thad Cochran Research, Technology and Economic Development Park at Tuesdayâ€™s meeting.
The rezoning measure paved the way to move forward with the $20 million data-processing center, which was announced earlier this month.
Starkville Police Department has arrested a suspect wanted in a recent robbery in a convenience store parking lot.
An SPD press release says Joe Mitchell Gillespie, 26, of Josey Avenue in Starkville, turned himself in to the department on Monday. Police had asked for community assistance while searching for Gillespie.
It was sunny and cool Tuesday morning when Mississippi State students, faculty and staff, and Starkville citizens came together to celebrate the official opening and ribbon-cutting for the one-mile walking track at Chadwick Lake.
Mackenzie Dunn reveals the culprit in Mississippi State Universityâ€™s production of â€śBloody Murderâ€ť before the first act is over.
Dunn, a freshman majoring in architecture at MSU, plays Lady Somerset, a dowager of the kind that commonly appears in British murder mysteries. The difference, she said, is that Somerset knows â€śBloody Murderâ€ť is not the first murder mystery she has been in.
Sunday will be a special time for the families of three local athletes who all consider Starkville their home and have gone on to become hall of famers in their respective professional sports.
The Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum plans to memorialize Bailey Howell, James Thomas "Cool Papa" Bell and Jerry Rice for their contributions on the national stage.
He may be a soft-spoken individual during the week, but on Friday nights, Jacquez Horsley lets his action speak loudly on the football field for the Starkville High School Yellowjackets.
After hurting his knee and ankle on the first offensive play for SHS against Northwest Rankin, Horsley's availability for the next game against Greenville-Weston was in question.
Three is the magic number when it comes to running backs at Starkville Academy.
One might think that to be a starter for the Volunteers, the trio of senior O'Shea Kemp and sophomores Grant Wolfe and Noah Heflin had been playing the position all their lives, but aside from Wolf that is very far from the truth.
It was refreshing to hear some of the comments from Starkville Academy after last Friday's game against French Camp.
Even though the Volunteers lost a 17-13 decision to the Panthers, they came away from the experience with a respect for the Choctaw County school.
"Well-played" and "clean" game were words used by some of the Starkville Academy people about what took place.