Archive - Nov 12, 2012
MABEN â€“ It is basketball season and if you ask coach Danny Crawford about the West Oktibbeha Timberwolves, you can sense the excitement event before he starts talking.
MABEN â€“ The West Oktibbeha Lady Timberwolves have a few obstacles that they will have to overcome in order to be successful during the current basketball season.
The first will be their youth, while the second will be facing sanctions that were recently placed on the West Oktibbeha school system.
ACKERMAN â€“ Ackermanâ€™s coach Gary Beals knows his team will be competitive during the 2012-2013 season, but just how competitive will be determined as the season progresses.
â€śYou can only tell so much from practice,â€ť Beals said. â€śOur competitiveness is just one of those things that we will have to wait and see what happens when we hit the court.â€ť
ACKERMAN â€“ Gary Beals knows that it is going to take plenty of hard work from this yearâ€™s Ackerman Lady Indians squad if they want to compete hard and achieve their goal of making the playoffs.
Losing tough seniors Vanessa Miller, Sarah Bowles and Kadesia Simmons certainly took something from Ackerman, but Beals says that â€śmost of the top six have played a lot.â€ť
Thousands of children will experience the magic of theatre this week as Theatre MSU presents â€śThe Amazing Adventures of the Marvelous Monkey Kingâ€ť on the main stage of McComas Hall.
Directed by Jo Durst, the play tells the story of the mischievous Chinese superhero, the Monkey King as he dances and battles his way through life learning lessons of leadership, responsibility and forgiveness.
The Starkville School District Board of Directors will consider approval of a laptop lease program for 360 SSD teachers and several state-mandated policy changes at its meeting at noon Tuesday at the Greensboro Center.
The Starkville Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing on new First Baptist Church developments including a new childrenâ€™s building, new parking and a roundabout on Lafayette Street during its meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall.