April 26th, 2011
By DANNY P. SMITH
One word can be used to describe former Starkville High School football coach Willis Wright. Good.
For Starkville Daily News
Saturdayâ€™s Taste of Starkville event brought out some of the best-tasting food from some of the most talented chefs in Starkville.
To add some new flavors to your family meals, why not get some inspiration from international cuisines? With a few key ingredients, your family can experience a taste of Latin America right at home.
Go ahead, have your cake and eat it too. When thinking about living a healthy lifestyle, losing weight, or staying in shape, most people think having dessert in not an option.
We often hear winemakers say that good wines begin in the vineyard â€” unless they have great fruit they canâ€™t make great wine.
Given my history (remember Groundhog Day?), I suspect many readers were looking forward to a column on bunny fricassee, rainbow egg salad, or Peeps cheesecake.Â My brother even tried to contribute by
Catherine Wilma Irvine McClelland, age 80, passed away on April 25, 2011, at the Anderson Regional Medical Center in Meridian.Â She was a retired Food Service Manager for the Starkville Public Schools
Funeral services for Lorriane Robinson will be Wednesday, April 27, at 11 a.m. at Rock of Ages Church,Â 1309 Madison Street, Maywood, Ill.
EUPORA â€” Rev. Joseph Humphries, 93, retired Methodist minister, died Sunday, April 24, 2011 at the Regency Retirement Village in Tuscaloosa, Ala.Â
Carolyn Marie Norton Millwood, age 67, passed away at the OCH Regional
Medical Center on April 25.Â She was a retired Administrative Assistant of 34 years with