March 3rd, 2015
Arkansas Pine-Bluff was prepared to play Tuesday night.
According to Mississippi State head coach John Cohen, his team wasn't prepared to play offensively.
The No. 8 Bulldogs lost their first game of the season as they dropped a 3-2 decision to the Golden Lions at Dudy Noble Field.
Playing time is no over just yet for a couple of Starkville Academy soccer players.
Even though the season may be in the books, Dylan Dempsey and Blake Slaughter will represent the Volunteers at the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools All-Star Game on Friday.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen will consider approving the final issuance of $5 million for the Innovation District industrial park at its 5:30 p.m. meeting this evening.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors accepted a bid from Mississippi Asphalt and Paving Contractors (APAC MS) to repair and repave a three-mile stretch spanning Old Highway 12 and New Light Road Monday.
With a new tobacco surcharge in place for university personnel covered by the health insurance plan at Mississippi State University, there is added incentive for giving up tobacco products once and for all.
Archie Green Sowers, Jr, 86, died on Saturday February, 28, 2015 at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Jackson.Â Visitation is 10-11 a.m. Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at Jordan Funeral Home in Kosciusko. Â Funeral services are at 11 a.m. on Wednesday in the Jordan Funeral Home Chapel with burial to following the Parkway Cemetery.Â Rev. Rick Chambers will officiate.
Mary Ellen Rutledge Shook passed away peacefullyÂ inÂ her residenceÂ at Sunnybrook Retirement Center in Madison, Mississippi, March 1, 2015.Â She was born April 1, 1921, to William Madison and Ellen Bertha Jackson Rutledge of Troy, Mississippi in Pontotoc County.
Mississippi State's Victoria Vivians has proven to be one of the best freshmen in the Southeastern Conference this season.
It hasn't taken people long to notice what Vivians has meant to the Bulldogs.
In her first season, Vivians has led State to No. 11 in the country, a school record 11-5 record and third-place finish in the SEC and a school mark 26 overall victories.
MABEN â€“ The East Webster Wolverines are about to take a 136-mile journey.
That is the distance between East Webster High School and the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson.Â
That's where the Lady Wolverines will be going Friday as they take part in the Class 2A state tournament. A trip earned following a 70-49 defeat of H.W. Byers in Cumberland on Monday night.
Should Craig Sword make the All-Southeastern Conference first team?
Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray thinks so.
Sword, a junior guard, is the 10th leading scorer in SEC games only with 14 points an outing.