February 17th, 2011
From Staff Reports
OKOLONA â€“ The West Oktibbeha boys basketball team's season ended Thursday with a 65-62 loss to H.W. Byers in the second round of the Class A North State playoffs at Okolona.
Cadence CEO Lewis F. Mallory Jr. will conclude a nearly 45-year career with the company after the financial institutionâ€™s sale is complete, bank officials said in a statement Thursday.
This is the lecture that every indie filmmaker would want to attend!
There will be a filmmaker workshop with Patricia Chica at Hollywood Premier Cinemas on Friday at 10 a.m.
Given the high concentration of poison found at the site of the historic trees at Auburn University, experts say the trees are not likely to survive.
An area man escaped uninjured as flames engulfed his home, a fire official said Thursday.
ACKERMAN â€” Services will be held on Friday, Feb. 18, at 11 a.m. at Coleman Funeral Home Chapel in Ackerman for Hazel McArthur Bagwell, 96, who died Feb.
Cadence CEO Lewis F. Mallory Jr. will conclude a nearly 45-year career with the company after the financial institution's sale is complete, bank officials said in a statement this afternoon.
Eupora â€” Mr. Sammy Loyd Wright, 64, died Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2011, at the Vickers Personal Care Home in Starkville.
One of the question marks going into the 2011 baseball season for Mississippi State is the position of first base.