July 14th, 2012
By STEVEN NALLEY
In 1996, Ruth Crowell Wild had to make a difficult decision which ended up changing her life.
Since the day he signed with Mississippi State, Tyler Russell has patiently waited his turn to take the field as the leader of the Bulldogs. Â
The former Gatorade Player of the Year in Mississippi has seen spot duty for State and even started a game or two, but he hasnâ€™t taken on the role of being â€śthe manâ€ť until now.Â
Did you know that there are some places in the world where the kitchen has become optional? People of the younger generation are actually building homes without kitchens, opting for a mere corner for the latte maker and microwave.
By Carole McReynolds Davis
On April 15, 1978, a year before our only daughter, Miriam Elizabeth Davis Williams, was born, I left our family home on 501 Louisville St, after having breakfast and a second cup of coffee with my daddy, John Andrew McReynolds II.
By MATT CRANE
At 81 years old, Muggie Brooks has found a new way to garden.
A survivor of two strokes and bound to a wheelchair, Brooks, with the help of her son Randolph, uses the unconventional materials around her to continue her passion for gardening.
Cadence CAO Mark Abernathy confirmed Friday both Starkville banking center President Marcus Mallory and Columbus banking center President Jim McAlexander resigned from their posts.
As a result, Abernathy said Mike Cayson was promoted to Starkville president and Doug Robertson was promoted to Columbus president.
Golden Triangle officials took the first step toward the formation of a new regional economic development agency Friday when they announced the assembly of an exploratory committee on the matter.
Getting a college scholarship can be a life-changing event, but for three football players its a chance to keep playing.
Starkville High School graduates, Michael Newman, Eddie Brown Jr. and Scottie Pittman received football scholarships from Concordia College in Selma, Ala.