Archive - Aug 26, 2012
Liz Heinz can erase her classroom's board with a wave of a hand.
Hannah Fischer had one final test on the day of her graduation, and it was timed.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen voted to deny C Spire Wirelessâ€™s appeal for variances from city laws needed to erect a 100-foot cellular tower at its meeting Aug. 27.
On a sun-soaked afternoon in Starkville, the Mississippi State soccer team rolled its way to a 5-0 victory over South Alabama to finish the Bulldog Classic with a 2-0 mark.
Following the game, MSU head coach Neil Macdonald expressed his excitement for the way his team performed.Â
By EMILY JONES
Iâ€™m a notorious serial cleaner when it comes to housekeeping. On average I clean about as often as the full moon appears, but over the years Iâ€™ve figured out how to fake it in a momentâ€™s notice when necessary.
Turns out, clean isn't all that hard to fake. Hereâ€™s how you can pull it off in a few easy steps:
By CAROLE DAVIS
Take a moment of an opportunity to tell someone with deep emotion that you care and that you love them. You suddenly have seized, held within your own heart, eagerly, quickly and very clearly let another human being know that he or she was important in your life. This only took a second of your own life.
By MATT CRANE
For Faye and Clyde Drewry, an animal's love is one of God's greatest gifts.
With 13 cats and 12 dogs, the Drewrys have taken in and adopted quite the menagerie at their country home.
Mississippi State's young volleyball team stuck to the plan even when things did not go well early in its afternoon match against the University of Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks at the Newell-Grissom Building.
Despite losing the first set 30-28, the Bulldogs took the next three by consecutive 25-18 scores and won a 3-1 decision in the Maroon Classic.