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January 18th, 2012

Relay for Life kicks off 2012 campaign

January 18, 2012

By ANGIE CARNATHAN
sdnlife@bellsouth.net

Region’s top leaders meet in Columbus

January 18, 2012

By STEVEN NALLEY
citybeat@bellsouth.net

Girl Scouts council debuts mobile app

January 18, 2012

By COLLEEN MCCARTHY
sdnedu@bellsouth.net

Members of the Girl Scouts Heart of the South can now say, “There’s an app for that.”

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Starkville firefighters pose for a good cause

January 18, 2012

Two local firemen, Taurus Young and Brian Arnett, were chosen to appear in the 2012 Mississippi Firefighters Calendar. On Friday, Jan.

Christmas leftovers, stocking style

January 18, 2012

The trees are boxed up, re-planted or chopped into firewood. The Santas have been deflated and the light shows turned off – most of them at least. But Christmas lingers on for me via the scales and in

A traditional snack with a unique twist

January 18, 2012

When I want to be alone, which is often considering I am an only child with an independent streak as obvious as a forehead tattoo and my work requires me to be in constant contact with hundreds of oth

Dunaway named associate A&S dean

January 18, 2012

By STEVEN NALLEY
citybeat@bellsouth.net

Board selects GTPDD for help in redistricting

January 18, 2012

By NATHAN GREGORY
sdnreporter@yahoo.com

County leaders to develop project list

January 18, 2012

By CARL SMITH
sdnnews@bellsouth.net

The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors began discussion Tuesday for possibly developing projects to facilitate future economic and community growth.

Rivals meet in Oxford

January 18, 2012

The 18th-ranked Mississippi State Bulldogs travel north to take on Ole Miss tonight in the longest running rivalry in school history.

The two teams have squared off 243 times with the State coming out on top a school-best 138 times, and for the Bulldogs, a win in the 244th meeting means they’ve tied a 96-year-old record. 

The Bulldogs (15-3, 2-1) haven’t won four-straight in Oxford since the 1914-16 seasons and while that is significant to the team, MSU senior point guard Dee Bost understands this is the one the fans really want. 

“You can lose three games in a row but if you lose to Ole Miss, that game probably means more to our fans and our school,” said Bost, who stands second in scoring with 16.1 points per outing. “Playing Ole Miss, you always have to come to play because everybody is watching.”

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