Archive - Jun 2012
With the 2012 class in the rearview mirror and 2013 well in hand, Mississippi State has landed a commitment for the 2014 class with the potential services of Maurice Dunlap.Â
On Wednesday, architecture and landscape architecture faculty and students from Mississippi State University began putting the last pieces of an Earth-friendly puzzle in place â€” and they were pieces f
Starkvilleâ€™s own Mallory Pitts begins competition tonight in Mobile, Ala. for the 2012 title of Americaâ€™s Distinguished Young Woman.
By CARL SMITH
Starkville School District trustees unanimously approved the systemâ€™s almost-$43 million operating budget Tuesday following little discussion.
By MATT CRANE
Competition begins tonight for 42 young women vying for the title of Miss Mississippi in Vicksburg.
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Starkville Historic Preservation Commission discussed policies for electing its officers in future years at its meeting Tuesday at City Hall.
The key to my sunny disposition is that I save up all my complaining in a small dark place, maybe my gall bladder.Â Itâ€™s like a black hole, increasing in density and plaintive whining until some thresh
By MATT CRANE
Of his many talents, Michael Wolfe knows how to do two things very well: cook amazing food and throw an amazing party.
When we moved back to Starkville after the better part of 10 years in a kingdom far, far away, there were several key things that let me know we were truly back in the South: huge magnolia trees, bloo