September 14th, 2010
The benefit of three early goals for the Starkville Academy soccer team on Tuesday was an easy win and even more important, a good rest for some players who desperately needed a breather.
Oak Hill Academy did all they could do to spoil Bailey Wofford's day on Tuesday.
Fortunately for Wofford, her Starkville Academy teammates wouldn't let it happen.
COLUMBUS â€“ Starkville High opened up district play in dominating fashion on Tuesday in Columbus.
The Lady Yellowjackets cruised to a straight-sets win over the Lady Falcons 25-16, 25-3, and 25-13.
By PAUL SIMS
As John Dowdy took an order and prepared it for cooking last week, he got the customerâ€™s pizza ready in a largely expected way in the beginning.
The cooler temperatures last week prompted me to do some spring cleaning in my closet. Okay, so Iâ€™m two seasons behind, but at least Iâ€™m finally getting around to it.
For the Daily News
The Starkville Area Arts Council and the Columbus Arts Council have decided to share some of their local artistic talent.
One evening last week I was at Miss. University for Womenâ€™s Whitfield Auditorium to see a performance of Tennessee Williamsâ€™ Sweet Bird of Youth.
This football season, you don't need tickets to enjoy the hottest grid-iron games with friends, family and food fresh off the charcoal grill.
Starkville Police Department detectives are seeking information from the public in an early Sunday morning shooting that took place on the Sudduth Elementary School property.