Archive - Jan 29, 2014
In Rick Ray's first two meetings with Florida, things haven't gone well.
The Mississippi State head coach saw his team drop an 82-47 decision in Starkville and an 83-58 game in Gainesville, Fla.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs are facing another top 15 team in Southeastern Conference women's basketball competition tonight.
As far as MSU coach Vic Schaefer is concerned, it doesn't matter who the next opponent is. He just wants the Bulldogs to keep competing.
MADISON â Madison Ridgeland Academy has a strong second-half comeback on Wednesday night as it defeated Starkville Academy 48-35 at home in high school girls basketball action.
After taking a 10-8 lead and stretching the margin to 20-15 at halftime, the Lady Volunteers were outscored by MRA 17-7 in the third quarter and 16-8 in the fourth.
Quantesha Patterson is a woman of few words.
In the few short months that first-year East Webster basketball coach Todd Hutchinson has known the junior, he says rather than spending her time talking, Patterson is busy soaking up all that is going on around her.
Deborah âDebbieâ Louise Parker Roberts, 57, of Kosciusko died Saturday, January 25, 2014 at her home.Â Funeral services are 10:30 a.m. Saturday, February 1, 2014 at St. Matthews Episcopal Church in Kosciusko.Â Jordan Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.Â Rev. Mary Berry will officiate.
Mr. James Harvey Doss, 91, passed away at OCH Regional Medical Center in Starkville on Wednesday, January 29, 2014.
James Harvey was a faithful member of the Church of Christ and a retired drill operator with B&W.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Lillie Doss Brewer; father, James Andrew Doss; and sister, Gurtis Mae Doss.
Fire may spread fast, but so has the call for help for two Starkville teachers and their children.
The Starkville Rotary Club has been hard at work preparing for its largest fundraising event of the year which will take place next weekend â when the rodeo rolls into town. Cowboys, cowgirls and clowns will descend upon the Mississippi Horse Park on Starkville Feb. 7 and 8 to compete and perform during the Rotary Classic Rodeo.
Fourteen high seniors who plan to attend a Mississippi college will have the opportunity to earn scholarship money through the 2014 Mississippi Association of Supervisors Minority Caucus Scholarship.
The caucus will award the $1,000 scholarship to three applicants from each of Mississippiâs four congressional districts and two at-large applicants.