February 1st, 2011
By MATTHEW STEVENS
Victory or not, Mississippi Stateâ€™s role players know they canâ€™t afford another disappointing outcome similar to what they showed Saturday.
By DANNY P. SMITH
Former Mississippi State baseball player Thomas Berkery grins when he thinks about the possibilities of The Starkville Swing Baseball Academy.
Mike Tagert will be representing Mississippi's Northern District on the state's Transportation Commission.
The Reigning Royals of the Bully Gras 2011 Court were chosen by monetary vote at the Ball.Â Elected King was Mike Tagert; elected Queen was Arma Ruth de la Cruz.
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In addition to the popular Dudy Gras parade, culinary themed activities have been added to the festival including an amateur cook-off and a culinary tour of Starkville!
There are a couple of reality television shows that crop up around three in the morning. They show up just when Iâ€™m trying to talk myself out of greeting the new day. Who getâ€™s up at 3 a.m.
Dr. Phyllis Millerâ€™s Mississippi State University class recently visited the new Oktibbeha County Salvation Army store to help with floor design and merchandising for the organization.
Groundhog Day may be one of the most recognizable holidays in America. Everybody knows what day it falls on â€“ unlike Easter, which cannot seem to settle on a day it likes.
By BRIAN HAWKINS
Mike Tagert of Starkville will face John M.M. Caldwell Sr. today in a runoff special election for Northern District transportation commissioner.