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May 7th

Stansbury hired by Texas A&M

May 7, 2014

Former Mississippi State head men's basketball coach Rick Stansbury has found another coaching job.
This time as an assistant.
ESPN.com's Jeff Goodman reported Wednesday afternoon that Stansbury would be joining Billy Kennedy's staff at Texas A&M as an assistant.
Stansbury retired from MSU in March of 2012 after 22 total years with the Bulldogs, and 14 of those as the head coach. 

Bulldogs look to have name called at draft

May 7, 2014

Dan Mullen has seen 12 Mississippi State players taken in the National Football League Draft.
Mullen has spent five years as the head coach of the Bulldogs, and each year he has had at least two players taken in the draft.

MSU men play tennis regional on the road

May 7, 2014

The Mississippi State Bulldogs had come accustomed to playing the first round of the tennis postseason at home.
MSU won't be at the friendly confines of the A.J. Pitts Tennis Centre this year.
Instead, the Bulldogs travel to Austin, Texas, on Friday to take part in a NCAA regional.

French Camp braces for Cathedral

May 7, 2014

FRENCH CAMP – It's not an easy situation to be a team located in North Mississippi and have to play in the South half of the playoffs.
That's what faces the French Camp Panthers, being a part of Class A South.
As far as the third round opponent for the Panthers, it doesn't take much investigation for them to learn that Cathedral is pretty good.

Board OKs annexation study

May 7, 2014

During a brief open session Tuesday evening at City Hall, Starkville aldermen unanimously approved requesting proposals from qualified vendors to conduct an annexation study for the city.

Law enforcement carries torch for Special Olympics

May 7, 2014

Roughly three-dozen representatives from five law enforcement agencies ran to four schools along a 5-mile route through Starkville for the city’s edition of the 2014 Mississippi Law Enforcement Torch Run.

MSU students present video game creations in public forum

May 7, 2014

This week, many students on campus are too busy studying for finals to play video games. But for one class of students at Mississippi State University, video games are their final exam.

SAAC to bring enthusiasts into local artists’ studios

May 7, 2014

While most Starkville residents know there are talented artists living in the Golden Triangle, few people get to see these artists in their element.

The Starkville Area Arts Council hopes to provide art enthusiasts with the chance to see their favorite artists’ studios with its first Artists Studio Tour event. The event will be held from 4-7 p.m. Saturday. Admission for the event is $10.

May 6th

Nancy Katherine Lindley

May 6, 2014

Nancy Katherine Lindley was born August 18, 1924 in Louisville, Kentucky; the youngest of five children and the only daughter of Richard Bass and Erma Lou Hopper Penick.  The family moved to Macon, Mississippi while Nancy was still in grade school, where her father found work as a carpenter.
 

Bulldogs to face Wildcats to open SEC Softball Tournament

May 6, 2014

The Mississippi State Bulldogs are a different softball team, a better one, than last time it played against the Kentucky Wildcats.
Back in early March, MSU lost two out of three games at home to Kentucky, including being no-hit by Kelsey Nunley.

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