Archive - Mar 18, 2014
Dan Mullen and John Hevesy aren't big fans of sitting in the office.
The Mississippi State head coach and co-offensive coordinator/offensive line coach, respectively, were glad to be back out on the practice fields as the Bulldogs got the 2014 spring drills underway.
"(It's) great for me," Mullen said. "I love being out there on the field. That's what we love to do."
The Starkville Lady Yellowjackets played softball like the team coach Wendy Jolly thought she had on Tuesday night.
After losing a 19-7 decision to Louisville on Monday night, SHS bounced back one day later and recorded an impressive 12-2 victory over West Point in five innings at Lady Jacket Field.
Starkville jumped out to an 8-0 lead after two innings and coasted to the win.
WEST POINT â€“ East Webster baseball coach Wes Johnson doesn't make excuses when his team loses.
Instead he gives credit where credit is due and on Tuesday night, that was directed to the West Point Green Wave, who claimed a 10-5 victory.
An Oktibbeha County family home burned Monday morning, but everyone home escaped the flames without injury.
East Oktibbeha County Volunteer Fired Department Sgt. Tyler Ricchetti said the department responded at 9:58 a.m. to a stove fire at 938 Turkey Creek Road southeast of Starkville.
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The process for hiring a new Oktibbeha County administrator met another delay Monday evening as county supervisors ended a more than 3-hour session without moving forward on the issue.
The county is currently in the process of searching for an administrator to succeed former county administrator Don Posey, who retired in December after 18 years at the position.
Mississippi State University will host a groundbreaking ceremony for The Mill at MSU at 3:30 p.m. Thursday at the E.E. Cooley Building.
For Ryan Semmes, one newspaper issue was a window into an imbalance in Civil War scholarship.