October 8th, 2010
HORN LAKE â€“Â It was a night of firsts for Starkville High.
MADISON â€“ The trip to Madison-Ridgeland Academy didn't turn out like Starkville Academy hoped it would as the Volunteers lost a 45-13 decision to the homestanding Patriots.
For Adam Lowrey and the West Oktibbeha Timberwolves, there werenâ€™t many plays that did not go their way Friday night as they beat Ethel 51-6.
EUPORA â€“ Last week's loss to East Webster left a bad taste in the mouths of the Eupora Eagles.
The Eagles found the flavor to be more to their liking on Friday night.
CRAWFORD â€“ Chris Hunter came within two touchdowns of rewriting the East Oktibbeha record book Friday night, leading the Titans to their second consecutive convincing victory.
Editorâ€™s note: This is the first of two stories developed from an interview with Lt. Gov. Phil Bryant, who visited with the Starkville Daily News staff Thursday afternoon.
Nash Street will join the Starkville Foundation for Public Education and the Starkville School District tonight for the first ever Music Legacy Concert celebrating music education.
MetroCast Communications and CBS College Sports Network on Friday announced that they have reached an agreement to broadcast todayâ€™s Mississippi State-Houston football game in the greater Starkville a
Here is a look at building permits issued in the City of Starkville during September.
Oktibbeha County Emergency Management Director Jim Britt, right presents Amanda Edwards, co-chair of the board of directors for Oktibbeha-Starkville Emergency Response Volunteer Services (OSERVS), wit