Archive - 2014
Starkville High School theater teacher Jessica Price spotted an early indicator of Mary Kate Hughesâ€™ chances to win a shot at Broadway.
For two weeks, law enforcement agencies across Mississippi have increased supervision for unbuckled motorists as the Mississippi Office of Highway Safety carried out its annual Click It or Ticket campaign.
The term â€śsummer campâ€ť usually brings to mind images of outdoor activities and campfires, but participants of a new summer program held at Mississippi State this week prefer exploring the world of fashion instead of the great outdoors.
Tonya Cade McBeth passed away on Sunday June 1, 2014 in Memphis at the age of 40. She was born on November 14, 1973 to Sherwin Hollis and William Cade. She was a member of Whitten Baptist Church in Memphis. She was a retired Certified Financial Planner.
Mississippi State has been fighting an uphill battle with the Southeastern Conference when it has come to cowbells in the last few years.
The league amended the Artificial Noisemaker Policy even more this past week at the SEC meetings in Destin, Fla. and the outcome favors MSU. Fans will have more leeway with the updated policy.
The times are changing.
There aren't many teams, especially in the highest classification of Mississippi high school football, that still play on natural grass.
When considering Starkville High School's 2014 schedule, head coach Jamie Mitchell sees only two dates where his team will play on natural grass.
Sports no longer exist within the confines of a single season.
Days when athletes enjoyed competing for a marked period of time then spent the offseason training, conditioning and even relaxing a bit are a thing of the past.
Every day numerous children participate in the national pastime of baseball.
Locally the task falls on the Starkville Baseball Association to train up our athletes in the ways of the game and when it comes to 9- and 10-year-olds, they fall in the minor league category.
Mississippi State's season was full of highs and lows.
The Bulldogs were capable of beating anybody on any given day, but were also capable of losing to anyone on any given day. They showed that with wins over Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Ole Miss and Alabama and losses to Holy Cross and Jacksonville State.Â
Six-term Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran outpaced challenger Chris McDaniel to carry Oktibbeha County Tuesday in the Republican U.S. Senate primary.
Cochran received 2,613 total votes in the county (66.2 percent) to McDanielâ€™s 1,301 (33 percent), according to unofficial totals. Thomas Carey received 27 votes.