June 26th, 2012
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Starkville Historic Preservation Commission discussed policies for electing its officers in future years at its meeting Tuesday at City Hall.
The key to my sunny disposition is that I save up all my complaining in a small dark place, maybe my gall bladder.Â Itâ€™s like a black hole, increasing in density and plaintive whining until some thresh
By MATT CRANE
Of his many talents, Michael Wolfe knows how to do two things very well: cook amazing food and throw an amazing party.
When we moved back to Starkville after the better part of 10 years in a kingdom far, far away, there were several key things that let me know we were truly back in the South: huge magnolia trees, bloo
Many professional athletes don't make it to where they are without support and a good background.
For Starkville native Travis Outlaw, it is something he is grateful he had.
It's obvious that Travis Outlaw loves sharing the game he loves with the people of his hometown.
That's what the Elite Skills Basketball Camp is all about.
Mary Kathryn Whittle has watched the Starkville Christian School girls basketball team develop in a positive way in the last year she has been in charge.
(Editor's Note: Michael Wardlaw, the Mississippi State beat writer for the Starkville Daily News, compiled this report from comments Bulldog men's basketball coach Rick Ray gave on the Southeastern Co
The Starkville Historic Preservation Commission will discuss a draft of design guidelines pertaining to windows, doors, shutters, awnings, canopies and storefronts at its meeting Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.