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June 5th

MSU, Arizona to meet: The Bulldogs and Cats reach two-year deal

June 6, 2014

Mississippi State is starting to adhere to the new Southeastern Conference rule of scheduling opponents from power conferences.
The MSU administration showed that on Thursday.
It was announced that the Bulldogs will play a home-and-home series with Arizona for the 2022 and 2023 seasons.

Davis leaves East Oktibbeha for position at Noxapater

June 6, 2014

Change is an inevitable part of life.
East Oktibbeha knows that more than most as not only does the school face consolidation, but recently it was announced that football coach John Davis is departing to take the offensive coordinator job at Noxapater.

Former Bulldog Jackson signs with the Raiders

June 5, 2014

ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — The Oakland Raiders have their entire draft class under contract after signing a deal with third-round pick guard Gabe Jackson.
Jackson became the eighth draftee to sign when he finalized his deal Thursday. Jackson was taken 81st overall out of Mississippi State and is expected to compete for a starting job.

Lindgren taken 55th overall by Yankees

June 5, 2014

Mississippi State junior left hander Jacob Lindgren was taken 55th overall by the New York Yankees in Thursday's First-Year Player Draft.
The Bay St. Louis native was moved to the bullpen this season where he was a dominant force and recorded 100 strike outs in 55 1/3 innings pitched.
The junior is expected to take the money and not return to Starkville for his senior season.

County man dies in Tupelo - Local law enforcement investigate reported assault

June 5, 2014

An Oktibbeha County man is dead after succumbing to injuries sustained Sunday morning in an alleged aggravated assault.

Oktibbeha County Coroner Michael Hunt said 55-year-old Alfonso Blair died late Tuesday afternoon.

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SHS graduate Broadway bound

June 5, 2014

Starkville High School theater teacher Jessica Price spotted an early indicator of Mary Kate Hughes’ chances to win a shot at Broadway.

Click It or Ticket raises seatbelt safety awareness

June 5, 2014

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.

Teens participating in camp for fashion at Mississippi St.

June 5, 2014

The term “summer camp” 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.

June 4th

Tonya Cade McBeth

June 4, 2014

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.

Conference amends the policy concerning artificial noisemakers

June 4, 2014

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.

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