August 19th, 2010
Beginning today, law enforcement agencies across the region will soon be placing extra focus on catching drunk drivers as part a specialized campaign coordinated by the Mississippi Office of Highway S
Two one-run, heart-breaking losses could be enough to crush the spirit of some coaches and players.
Not the case with the Starkville High School Lady Yellowjacket softball team.
A forum focused on matters related to family business â€“ including topics such as ethics, professional issues and succession â€“ will take place Tuesday in Starkville.
Mississippi State soccer coach Neil Macdonald said he has the tools to go on the attack this season.
Macdonald expects to use a more aggressive style and believes that plan will work.
Saturdayâ€™s edition of the Starkville Community Market will mark the second to last market of the season.
Will Jackson is relaxing in the pool on a recent trip to Seagrove Beach, Fla.Â Will is the son of Glen and Gail Jackson.
I spent last week in Palm Desert, Calif., where the daily temperatures were 110 degrees or more and the humidity was less than 20 percent.
Five year old Mary Reagan Wilkes, daughter of Lindsey and Sam Wilkes of Starkville, played the part of the tooth fairy at the July 26 Memphis Redbirds-Oklahoma Redhawks baseball game.
Jim and Amber Cameron of Nixa, Mo., are happy to announce the birth of their son, Charles "Charlie" James Cameron, on July 27, 2010, at Cox Medical Center of Springfield, Mo.
A memorial for Helen Lynette â€śLynnâ€ť (Ward) Parks will be held at the Meadowlark Retirement Center Community Room on Saturday at 2 p.m. with a private graveside at Sunrise Cemetery. The Rev.