July 13th, 2012
Getting a college scholarship can be a life-changing event, but for three football players its a chance to keep playing.
Starkville High School graduates, Michael Newman, Eddie Brown Jr. and Scottie Pittman received football scholarships from Concordia College in Selma, Ala.
Cadence CAO Mark Abernathy confirmed Friday both Starkville banking center President Marcus Mallory and Columbus banking center President Jim McAlexander resigned from their posts.
As a result, Abernathy said Mike Cayson was promoted to Starkville president and Doug Robertson was promoted to Columbus president.
Golden Triangle officials took the first step toward a regional economic development agency Friday when they announced the formation of an exploratory committee on the matter.
By NATHAN GREGORY
According to former Mississippi State Student Patricia Allen, someone made an opportunistic grab of an oil painting that had just been on display at the MSU Student Union more than 30 years ago.
The painting â€” a rendering of a courtyard in the French Quarter in New Orleans, La. â€” was done by her mother, Estelle, in the late 1940s.
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First-time head coaches are always excited to have the job and our ready to get to work immediately.
For new Ackerman volleyball head coach Jamie Huffman, that is an understatement.
Ask almost any college athlete and theyâ€™ll quickly tell you preseason individual honors mean virtually nothing.Â