February 4th, 2011
One thing is for certain in Baton Rouge today. â€¨One school will be able to get a good feeling back into their program as it enters the final regular season month of the 2010-11 season.
MADISON â€“ The Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers fell behind 33-22 at the half and dropped a 57-43 decision in the final regular season game to Madison-Ridgeland Academy.
Starkville is now the largest city in the Golden Triangle, outpacing Columbus by a little over 240 residents, Census 2010 data shows.
Rebecca Tabb of R. Tabb and Company serves up her Red Beans and Rice entry to Spencer Brooks. Steve Langston tastes Tabbâ€™s Red Beans and Rice entry as part of Fridayâ€™s Dudy Gras cook off.
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OXFORD â€” A Choctaw County deputy is free on $25,000 bond following a federal indictment on charges of obstruction of justice and civil rights violations.
The Hic-A-Sha-Ba-Ha chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recognized four area essay winners Thursday in a ceremony.
As the cold air continues, high energy bills don't have to, Starkville Electric manager Terry Kemp says.
Elizabeth "Lib" Cornell Matthes Click, 79, widow of the late Lt. Col. James Calvy Click of the U.S. Marine Corps died Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2011 at Loris Community Hospital.
CLEVELAND, Tenn. â€“â€“ The graveside service for the Rev. Henry Milton Biggers will be today at 3 p.m. at McCurtains Creek Cemetery in Choctaw County.
So many of our holidaysÂ have fallen victim to the political-correctness police, but one holidayÂ continues to warm the heart whileÂ Ole Man Winter insists onÂ dumping snow, ice and rain on the country.