Archive - 2013
GREENVILLE â€“ The Washington School Generals took advantage of a fast start from its offense and went on to defeat the Starkville Academy Volunteers 32-21 Friday night.
MABEN â€“ The East Webster Wolverines might have had a different story to tell today if games were decided by a teamâ€™s performance in the first half.
However, the second half proved to be quite the boost for the Wolverines, as they defeated the Nettleton Tigers 35-27.
WINONA â€“ Eupora coach Junior Graham said he wanted to pick up where the team left off last week.
Friday night, the Eagles did just that as they defeated Winona 49-14.
The Commission on Starkville Consolidated School District Structure met Thursday evening and decided it best to keep Oktibbeha Countyâ€™s children in Oktibbeha.
Starkville Farmersâ€™ Market may have finished this yearâ€™s season, but those in the Starkville area who want fresh food from local farmers and other vendors still have another option in Maben.
Organizers plan for the Maben Farmersâ€™ Market to remain active through the end of October, continuing to host vendors each Saturday from 7-10 a.m.
Starkville Police Department reported an arrest in the aftermath of last weekâ€™s discovery of an exotic animal breeding farm in a Starkville subdivision.
Police arrested Huyanh Ralph Tran, 35, a veterinary student at Mississippi State University, on Wednesday for violating the cityâ€™s public nuisance and safety ordinance as well as operating a commercial business in a residential area.
Three candidates have qualified for an Oktibbeha County special election ahead of this eveningâ€™s deadline.
The special election will be held on Nov. 5 to elect a county prosecutor after longtime prosecutor Roy Carpenter resigned June.
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Mississippi State Universityâ€™s Green Zone initiative completed its fall semesterâ€™s training program for faculty and staff to become mentors to student veterans.
There are rivalry games and then there are RIVALRY games.
The football coaches at Starkville and West Point High Schools didn't have to say very much to their players this week.
The Starkville Academy Volunteers learned an important lesson last Friday night in their 28-7 victory against East Rankin Academy.