Archive - Apr 2014
Oktibbeha County dodged a bullet as tornado-producing storms passed to the south without causing any significant damage, but the county did not escape the stormâ€™s effects entirely.
Oktibbeha County residents have wish to vote in Mississippiâ€™s upcoming June 3 United States Congress primary election have until noon Saturday to register if they have not already done so.
Before he became executive director of the Stennis Center for Public Service, Rex Buffington worked for its namesake, the late U.S. Sen. John C. Stennis.
Randall Bradberry served with the Mississippi State Board for Community and Junior Colleges as commissioner of athletics when the Mississippi Community College Sports Hall of Fame was established in 2007.
Baseball is game full of funny hops and the winning in unlikely ways.
Mississippi State head coach John Cohen found that out for himself this past weekend.
MABEN â€“ Players do not come much more intense than East Websterâ€™s Derek Jones.
No matter whether he is on the court or on the diamond, the Wolverine junior gives it his all.
â€śIt doesnâ€™t really matter what sport he is playing, he is wide open all the time,â€ť East Webster coach Wes Johnson said.
The Starkville Yellowjackets really didn't know what to expect out of the first archery season in school history.
Coaches Mike Pope and Michelle Guyton began the new sport from scratch and weren't sure how much success could be achieved for SHS in year one.
John Wesley Herring, Jr., went to be with the Lord on April 27, 2014, surrounded by his family in his home in Starkville, Mississippi.Â He was born on August 8, 1927, in Lincoln County, Mississippi, to Wesley and Winnie Herring.Â He spent his childhood in Lincoln County surrounded by loving parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, and cousins.Â He served in the Navy during World War II and then graduated
The Mississippi State Bulldogs had a couple of distractions on their mind this weekend.
It was the last time seven Bulldog seniors played at MSU Softball Stadium and the last two weekends had seen emotions high.
The Starkville Academy Volunteers had a young football team last season with several sophomores asked to carry the bulk of the load.
As the Vols look to beginning spring practice this week, head coach Jeff Terrill is excited about having many familiar faces available.