Archive - 2014
Mississippi State fans anxiously awaited for the start of the 2014 season, now they're anxiously awaiting for the bye week to be over.
The Bulldogs knocked off LSU 34-29 on the road last Saturday, and MSU's ticket office felt the affects of that win.
FULTON â€“ The beat goes on for East Mississippi Community College as the defending national champion Lions continue to beat opponents handily.
On Thursday night, EMCC went on the road to shut out Itawamba Community College 51-0.
The Lions improved their record to 5-0 and have now outscored their opponents 297-38 this season.
Alex Warren knows there is one thing the Mississippi State Bulldogs must do in order to have success in the Southeastern Conference.
If the Bulldogs start the conference slate uptight, then things are more than likely not going to go their way.
That's why Warren wants to see MSU have some "fun" out on the court when they play at Missouri tonight. The match begins at 6:30 p.m.
COLUMBUS â€“ She played with a sore ankle and a broken arm, but that wasn't going to keep senior Jordan Jackson from making sure the Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers finished the soccer regular season strong on Thursday.
Jackson and the Lady Vols make the short trip into Lowndes County and defeated the Heritage Academy Lady Patriots 6-0 at the Columbus Soccer Complex.
Margaret Sanders Roach, 91, passed away on September 22, 2014 at Methodist Le Bonheur Germantown Hospital in Germantown, TN.Â She was retired owner of Ray-Mar Jewelry in Starkville, MS, member of Faith Baptist Church, and a volunteer at Oktibbeha County Hospital and the Salvation Army.
Mozelle Nelson Joblin, 97, passed on September 22, 2014 at OCH Regional Medical Center in Starkville, MS. Before her retirement, she was a business woman.Â She was the wife of Eugene I. (Gene) Nelson, for 43 years, and Lathan Joblin for 17.
EUPORA â€“ Strong bats and unrelenting determination were the themes of East Webster slow pitch softball Thursday evening as the Lady Wolverines topped the Eupora Lady Eagles 16-6.
Starkville Parks Commission Chair Dan Moreland, through Starkville Parks and Recreationâ€™s certified public accountant (CPA) firm, has denied an informal request from Starkville Daily News for access to Parksâ€™ monthly expense reports and current account balances.
Jay Moon sees a chance for Mississippi and America to regain jobs that were once offshored to other countries.
â€śA censor is a man knows more than he thinks you ought to.â€ť
This quote by Laurence J. Peters succinctly states the purpose behind Banned Books Week, which is being celebrated by libraries around the country this week.
Meredith Wickham, the young adult librarian at the Starkville Public Library, said Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read.