July 26th, 2012
The Mississippi State Bulldogs have known for a while they would make a return trip to Hawaii.
On Thursday, the Bulldogs learned they would match up with the Tar Heels of North Carolina in the first round of the 2012 EA SPORTS Maui Invitational on Nov. 19.Â
Bowling is one of the fastest growing sports in the United States.
Starkville is making sure that trend continues with the Youth-Adult Sportsman League that has been held at Bulldog Lanes this summer.
The league started in late May and runs until next week. There are seven teams competing comprised of high school bowlers from Starkville and East Webster. Each team has one adult.
By CARL SMITH
District 1 Supervisor John Montgomery says he does not believe the board of supervisors should continue exploring a possible OCH Regional Medical Center sale and he will not cast further votes in favor of continuing the process.
By MATT CRANE
Anna Marie Foster, Starkvilleâ€™s Miss Hospitality, is on a mission to promote her hometown and state.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Students and their parents in Starkville and across Mississippi have an opportunity to save money on their back-to-school shopping during the statewide sales tax holiday Friday and Saturday.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Mississippi State University is receiving funding from both the United States Department of Energy and the Tennessee Valley Authority to help improve its buildingsâ€™ energy efficiency.
There was something burning inside Starkville Academy girls basketball player Anna Lea Little.
She felt the need to give something back to the community that she loved and was trying to find the right avenue to do it.
By using the game of basketball, Little found a way by hosting the All-Fun summer basketball camp.
Mississippi State men's basketball freshman Craig Sword was arrested on Sunday afternoon on campus.
Sword was charged with possession of a firearm on an educational property, which would be a felony.
However, Sword didnâ€™t actually have a firearm, he was in possession of a BB gun.
Former Starkville High School basketball player Latavious Williams still has visions of playing in the National Basketball Association.
It's just taking longer than expected for Williams to reach that point, and the path has taken him from Starkville, to Houston, Texas, to Tulsa and even overseas to Spain.
Have you really ever thought about identity theft? Are you doing anything to keep yourself from being a victim?Â Think about a few of these things:
- Receive several pre-approved credit offers every month.Â Do you shred them before you throw them in the trash?