Archive - Oct 30, 2012
By MATT CRANE
Another year, another Halloween night.
It's time again for the goblins, superheroes, princesses and a myriad of other costumed children to walk the streets of Starkville looking to fill their pumpkin pales with Halloween treats.
By JAY REED
I've never had much reason to go to Mantee.
By ALIX HUI
Iâ€™ve never been in a church where Iâ€™ve known so many people. Seriously, it was over half the congregation.Â It was like a College of Arts and Sciences faculty meeting but with more amens and less action items.Â The only real task at hand this first blustery, autumn day of the season was a wedding.
By STEVEN NALLEY
County and state school officials confirmed Tuesday that the athletics programs at both West and East Oktibbeha County high schools are now ineligible for out-of-conference play, including playoffs, because of the school districtâ€™s recent accreditation withdrawal.
By CARL SMITH
All that remains to enact a new era of regional economic development is a mutual funding agreement between the governing Starkville and Oktibbeha County bodies.
By NATHAN GREGORY
The city of Starkville is going to court at 9:30 a.m. Thursday to fight an objection against recently approved plans to fund a new municipal complex.
By MATT CRANE
When the Willis family moved to Starkville from Zionsville, Ind. two years ago, one thing seemed to be missing: lacrosse.
Chris Willis, a professor in the college of education at Mississippi State University, said his three sons all played the sport growing up in Indiana.
County and state school officials confirmed Tuesday that the athletics programs at both West and East Oktibbeha county high schools are now ineligible for out-of-conference play, including playoffs, because of the school district's recent accreditation loss.