January 27th, 2015
Choices, as Mississippi Highway Patrol Sgt. Criss Turnipseed told the Starkville Rotary Club, are key to safety on the road for drivers, passengers and fellow motorists.
Turnipseed spoke Monday to the club at the Starkville Country Club about safety on the highway.
He said the presentation he gave Monday is one he typically offers to students, but that didnâ€™t mean it couldnâ€™t have an impact.
This weekend, Christian World Missions will be holding a Holy Spirit Conference on â€śKnowing Him: Discovering the Father.â€ť
The conference will have sessions beginning at 7 p.m. on Thursday, running through lunch time on Saturday at the Wesley Foundation Worship Center on the Mississippi State University campus.
Due to a prolong illness Charli passed away on Saturday evening January 24th at Oktibbeha Hospital in Starkville, Ms. She was a ray of sunshine to everyone who knew her, she loved Her flowers and her delight in making people laugh, traveling, cooking or caring for others. Charli was born in Danville, Virginia 4/9/53 to George and Mary Little both deceased.
Mrs. Lorrie Jean "Beanie" Perkins-Jefferson, 49, of Starkville, Mississippi died Wednesday, January 21, 2015 in Starkville, Mississippi.
Funeral services will Â be held 1:00 P.M., Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at Spring Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Starkville, Mississippi with Pastor Larnzy Carpenter, Jr., Officiating.
Max Ray Hawes, 70, passed away on January 24, 2015 at his residence in Starkville, MS. He was Owner/Operator of Hawes Trucking for over 30 years. He was a member of Way of Life Ministries, where he served the Lord in the capacity of video, audio and also served as a servant to Pastor Chris Owensby. He loved working with computers.
It's all about the process for Johnthan Banks and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Buccaneers are learning how to win with coach Lovie Smith and Banks is trying to do what he can to bring success back to Tampa Bay.
Banks understands what it takes to win because he did that at Mississippi State and East Webster High School.
It is not enough to win a single big game. For the Starkville Yellowjackets, the key is to do it regularly.
"It feels good to know you are capable of winning big, but as a coach, you know it is all about doing it on a consistent basis," SHS boys coach Greg Carter said. "You can't do it this game or that game. We are still working on that."
Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray ventured a guess that the Bulldogs are the only team in the nation to have their starting backcourt sidelined to start the season because of back surgeries.
He's probably right.
Both Craig Sword and I.J. Ready had back surgeries before the season started and weren't ready when the Bulldogs opened the 2014-15 slate in November.
A convenience store clerk injured in an armed robbery early Friday morning is in stable condition, according to an update from Starkville Police Department.
Service comes in several forms for John Breazeale, who works hard and works often to try to make the community a better place according to those who know him best.
Breazeale is the construction manager for Starkville Habitat for Humanity, and also serves as the president of Starkville Bridges out of Povertyâ€™s Board of Directors.