Archive - 2013
Starkville Highâ€™s volleyball team constantly demonstrates the proper way to play and succeed at the sport.
Tuesday evening was no different as the Lady Yellowjackets defeated visiting Columbus in three straight sets (25-11, 25-5, 25-7).
OCH Regional Medical Center Director of Infection Control Kim Roberts wanted to help children see germs in a new light.
As the product of an Army family, Steve Reagan has lived many places in his life, but after 14 months in Starkville as the director for the Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee Wildlife Refuge, Reagan has found himself enjoying Starkville.
The National Federation of the Blind has designated October as Meet the Blind Month and today the Starkville chapter is holding an event from 9 a.m. to noon at St. Lukeâ€™s Lutheran Church offering information and resources to those affected by any capacity of blindness.
The Emerson Family Center celebrated touching more than 200 families through its Project CARE classes on Monday.
Elmarie Brooks, project manager for Project CARE for the Department of Family Centered Programs with the Starkville School District, said the Project CARE was made up of a number of different classes to help parents strengthen their parenting skills.
Football teams around the Starkville area have enjoyed quite the success over the last few years.
One reason for that might just be the Powerhouse Youth Football Association which takes kids between the ages of 6 and 12 and teaches them the fundamentals of the game.
The Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers enter the Class AAA playoffs with some momentum.
With victories against Washington School and Heritage Academy last week, the Lady Vols have a 7-6 record and like where they stand.
Starkville Academy soccer coach Cole Andrews said his team identified a style of play that best fit and has been comfortable with it.
Les Miles has come to be known as a quirky head football coach.
The LSU head coach has been seen eating grass on national television and unusually handling postgame press conferences.
Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen sees many coaches with different personalties and various-type attitudes, and he has great respect for the man referred to as "The Mad Hatter."
Rick Ray was expecting to see a good opening practice.
The Mississippi State men's basketball coach had his wish to come true. He described the Bulldogs' first practice of 30 in 42 days as "spirited."
Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen doesn't have a problem with the quarterback situation he has in front of him.
In fact on his Sunday teleconference, he said "having two starting quarterbacks is a good problem to have."
The Bulldogs do have two guys who could start at signal caller this Saturday when No. 10 LSU comes calling.