September 18th, 2010
Oktibbeha County now has a new non-profit organization aimed at preparing and coordinating volunteers to support the local Emergency Management Agency in major emergency and disaster response.
Though numbers arenâ€™t final, Greater Starkville Development Partnership officials are taking a close look at a potential membership revenue shortfall, hoping it wonâ€™t pan out and pledging no reduction
Editorâ€™s note: This is the second of two stories reporting on Mississippi State President Mark Keenumâ€™s address to the university faculty during a campus meeting Friday afternoon.
On Oct. 2, Starkville will be invaded by Pink Fire trucks.
Starkville Academy head coach Jeff Terrill summed up the Volunteerâ€™s 42-14 loss perfectly when he called it â€śa tale of two halves.â€ť
MABEN â€“ It's hard to ignore the amount of points and yardage the East Webster Wolverines pile up on offense these days.
The defense does its part in putting East Webster in position to score.
ACKERMAN â€“ Apparently, it only takes one 'Chief' to take down a bunch of Indians.
EUPORA â€“Â Calhoun Cityâ€™s last trip to a Webster County foe ended their season last year but this bus ride home was a little bit more enjoyable.
THOMASTOWN â€“ Quarterback Von Smith passed for 272 yards and five touchdowns to lead West Oktibbeha to a 45-0 victory at Thomastown Friday night.
FRENCH CAMP â€“ East Oktibbeha quarterback Chris Hunter passed for 188 yards and rushed for 155 more, but it wasn't enough as the Titans dropped a 36-22 decision on the road in Choctaw County Friday nig