September 24th, 2010
MABEN â€“ West Oktibbeha head coach Adam Lowrey promised Timberwolves fans a show prior to Friday night's game with Edinburg.
CRAWFORD â€“â€“ If the East Oktibbeha Titans would have played the first half like they did the second Friday night, they might have earned their first victory of the season.
GLEN â€“ For the third time in four games, the East Webster defense has shut out an opponent, cruising past Alcorn Central 32-0 on the road Friday night.
Four years after Starkville became the first smoke-free town in Mississippi, the state Legislature could face the decision whether to ban public smoking for every town.
Starkville Flexsteel employees are operating in a safer environment, thanks to training provided through Oktibbeha-Starkville Emergency Response Volunteer Services.Â
Ground will be broken Monday on a new $1.3 million environmentally friendly laboratory at the USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station (SRS) in Starkville.
In 1949 Hank Williams had a saying, â€śMind Your Own Business.â€ťÂ It went like this:
Oh, the woman on our party lineâ€™s the nosiest thing
She picks up her receiver when she knows itâ€™s my ring
Sammy and Dixie McMinn of Sturgis were married 50 years ago, September 24, 1960, in there hometown of Sturgis. The couple has resided at their home on Morgantown Road in Sturgis since 1969.
Dr. and Mrs. George Davis Lyon, Jr., of Starkville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Elizabeth Lyon of Brandon, to Daniel Ryan Killingsworth of Ridgeland, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sandra Thompson of Jumpertown announces the engagement and upcoming marriage of her daughter, Jaclyn Diane Thompson, to William Cameron Eli Jumper of the Dry Creek community, son of Terry and Janie Ju