October 12th, 2010
There are no recipes for â€śGator Stewâ€ť but readers will find plenty of tasty ideas for tailgating in one of Starkvilleâ€™ most popular cookbooks.
Recently I was skimming the 1847 masterpiece Wuthering Heights, authored by Emily Bronte (1818-48).
Surely youâ€™ve heard about the â€śbucket listâ€ť â€“ all those things you want to do before you â€śkick the bucket.â€ť This week I checked two items off my list, not to mention a third I didnâ€™t know I had!
As is my habit â€“ yea, my quest Ââ€” I have a habit of planning trips around the food I want to eat when I get there â€¦ and on the way. This summer was no exception.
The funeral for Ernest â€śErnieâ€ť A. Bane Jr. is scheduled for Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Starkville Church of God with burial will in the Memorial Garden Park Cemetery. The Rev.
VICKSBURG â€” The funeral for Glenn F. Boatman will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Oliver Funeral Home Chapel inÂ Eupora with burial in the Reeds Chapel Cemetery in Webster County.
Starkville School District officials on Monday set a goal of making the city school system a high-performing district by 2012, and that goal is one of many they are developing this fall.
The question for the Florida offense leading into Saturdayâ€™s matchup does not revolve around whether quarterback John Brantley is hurt but the extent is certainly up for debate.
Starkville Fire Department officials are going to be able to install smoke detectors to city residents who canâ€™t afford them thanks to a grant-funded program through the State Fire Marshalâ€™s Office.
Here is a look at the most recent collection figures for Starkville's 2 percent restaurant and hotel tax.