January 25th, 2011
By DANNY P. SMITH
Coach Jamie Mitchell believes a foundation has been laid for the future of Starkville High School football.
By MATTHEW STEVENS
EUPORA â€“ They got booed as they entered the building and started to smile.
By JAMES CARSKADON
For the Daily News
Chris Lyleâ€™s Starkville Academy squad came from behind to snag a 81-80 victory from East Rankin in a double overtime thriller Tuesday night.
CHOOSING THE BULLY GRAS KING & QUEEN
On a recent Saturday evening, I tilted my head back and guzzled a quarter bottle of Tabasco sauce, fully expecting to be catapulted into orbit. I swallowed and waited for the explosion.
Sherry Hollingshed, President, Alexsaundra Stovall, recipient, Aretina Daniels, faculty advisor, & Bertha Lucious, faculty advisor.
Now that I am 30, I am wise and thoughtful. I serenely move through the world, at peace in the face of new semesters and two-inch walls of snow. I am full of insight. And forgiveness.
I have always been proud of being a Mississippian, and in a broader context, a Southerner.
By BRIAN HAWKINS
Starkville police are actively searching for the suspect who held up a convenience store on South Louisville Street at noon Tuesday.
COLUMBUS â€” Funeral services for Joe Willie Hogan will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Sand Creek Chapel M.B. Church with the Rev. Thomas Rogers, Jr. officiating.