Archive - 2011
Well, I ate entirely too much over the Christmas holiday. On such unspeakable items as a dip consisting of two kinds of cheese to multiple slices of chess pie, I overindulged.
Members of the Starkville Board of Aldermen and Mayor Parker Wiseman will soon join for the boardâ€™s winter retreat, discuss the previous administrative year and develop a strategic plan for 2012.
Despite funding issues and a shortage in equipment, Starkville Fire Department has been able to meet the standards of the Mississippi Ratings Bureau required to obtain a rating of 5, and SFD Chief Rod
During 2011, West Point and Clay County saw severe storms, surprising conclusions to long political legacies and several improvement projects.
The West Okitbbeha boys' team is coming off a close win over rival East Oktibbeha and are hoping to carry that momentum over to the McAdams Tournament.
Many times a high school athlete with offers from the top programs in college football is one of the best athletes on the field, if not the best.
Sometimes it was with his feet. Other times it was with his arm. On occasion, it was with both.
There were no losers during the high school football season.
Six of the seven teams in our coverage area made the playoffs and two of them went all of the way to state championship games.
Starkville Academy's Jeff Terrill isn't a prophet, he's a head football coach.
Recently I researched the background of one of my favorite carols. A wine merchant in Roquemaure, France, who served as mayor of that town, was asked to write a poem for the Christmas Eve mass.