Archive - Aug 2011
East Oktibbeha firefighters hose down a Ford F-150 on Highway 82 Wednesday. EOFD was dispatched to the scene â€” about one mile west of the Hickory Grove interchange â€” at approximately 11:53 a.m.
By COLLEEN MCCARTHY
By ANGIE CARNATHAN
Rick Welch, owner of Rickâ€™s Cafe Americain, has started a new promotion that has participants hunting for hidden treasure.
The long offseason for the Mississippi State Bulldogs and Memphis Tigers ends today
No. 20 Mississippi State, coming off a 9-4 season, opens the 2011 season tonight in Memphis against the Tigers.
The No. 20 Mississippi State Bulldogs have set big goals in 2011 after their 9-4 season last year and reaching their goals starts tonight in Memphis and head coach Dan Mullen couldn't be happier.
With just two weeks of the high school football season completed, Magnolia Heights head coach Cliff Young has a rather blunt assessment of his team as they come to town to battle Starkville Academy on
The two schools may be in different classifications now and may no longer be division opponents, but it will still be a big football game Friday night when the Tupelo Golden Wave and Starkville Yellow
LOUISVILLE â€” James Donald Cain, Sr. (Don), 67, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2011, from Sanctuary Hospice House of Tupelo, after an extended illness.â€¨Don was born on Feb.