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May 14th, 2015

Wolverines capture title of North 2A

May 15, 2015

AMORY – For a brief moment, it appeared that East Webster would be hosting a game three as Hatley started with a 7-1 lead Thursday night.
The fighting Wolverines were not to be denied, though. East Webster reeled off nine-straight runs to rally for a thrilling 10-7 win to win the North Class 2A crown and punch their ticket to the State Championship.

Jones takes dual-position talents from East Webster to Holmes CC

May 14, 2015

MABEN – Derek Jones became comfortable with playing two positions with the East Webster Wolverines.
It looks as if that will continue at Holmes Community College.
Jones, an outfielder and pitcher for the Wolverines, will take his talents to Goodman as he signed with Holmes Community College on Thursday in Cumberland.

SHS hosts five-team jamboree at Davis Wade

May 14, 2015

Football fans don't have until the fall to watch high school action at its best.
It can be found in Starkville today.
Starkville High School is hosting an all-day jamboree, involving five teams, at Davis Wade Stadium on the campus of Mississippi State University.

Bulldogs set for Lafayette

May 14, 2015

The Mississippi State Bulldogs have been there and done that.
They are happy to be doing it again.
For the second-consecutive season, the Bulldogs are playing a postseason regional in Lafayette, La.
MSU takes on Baylor today in the first round at 5:30 p.m. Host Louisiana-Lafayette and Weber State are also in the field.

Bougard off to good start with Bulldogs

May 14, 2015

Mississippi State's Erica Bougard had her sights set on winning the heptathlon entering the Southeastern Conference Outdoor Championships on the campus of Mississippi State.
So far so good.
Bougard won three of the first four legs of the event at the Mike Sanders Track Complex Thursday to put herself in first place with a score of 3,820, 149 points better than the athlete in second place.

Vivians looking for a roster spot with Team USA

May 14, 2015

Victoria Vivians' summer will definitely feature basketball, but she might be representing her country in the process.
Vivians just finished her freshman season at Mississippi State and she will have the opportunity to earn a spot on the United States' rosters for the Pan American and World University Games the next couple of days.

Welcome planned for slain Hattiesburg officer

May 14, 2015

Starkville is preparing a hero’s welcome for one of its own.
Hattiesburg Police Officer and Starkville native Liquori Tate will be laid to rest Saturday afternoon after the completion of funeral services in Hattiesburg. Tate, 25, and 34-year old Officer Benjamin J. Deen were shot and killed Saturday night during a traffic stop in Hattiesburg.

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SPD hosts first ‘Coffee with a Cop’

May 14, 2015

Debbie Nettles welcomed the chance to talk to Starkville Police Department officers Thursday morning.
Nettles, who said she’s lived in Starkville since 1976, said she went to 929 Coffee on Main Street to participate in SPD’s first Coffee with a Cop event.

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Woo Lingerie Boutique moves to Starkville

May 14, 2015

When asked why she chose to sell lingerie, instead of any other product, Winnifred Young, store owner of Woo Lingerie Boutique had only one answer: being bad.
“Everyone is so conservative around here,” Young said. “I like swimming against the current.”

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“Hummus Lady” serves up new dishes at public market

May 14, 2015

Lisa Dakhlalla became The Hummus Lady in the early days of the Starkville Community Market, before it became a part of the Greater Starkville Development Partnership. Everyone at the market was informally known by what product they brought to the market each week — the honey guy, the friendship bread lady — making Dakhlalla The Hummus Lady.

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