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Retired Starkville teacher christens new Navy vessel

September 23, 2012

Typically, the U.S. Navy selects one sponsor to christen each new vessel with a bottle of champagne, but when the time came to christen the USNS Choctaw County, U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus decided one sponsor was not enough.

Starkville native returns as local children’s librarian

September 23, 2012

Christina Jurusik wants Starkville and Oktibbeha County children to love reading as much as she does.

“It’s my way of having fun (and) experiencing things I couldn’t experience any other way,” Jurusik said. “It’s a way to explore and have adventures. If you’re in a bad situation, it’s a way to get out of it. It really helps if you have a good imagination.”

Symphony to open season with concert

September 23, 2012

At 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, The Starkville-Mississippi State University Symphony will fill the Cadence Bank plaza with the sounds of Dixieland.

“Pops on the Plaza” will open the symphony’s 44th season under the direction of conductor and music director Michael Brown, head of the MSU Department of Music.

Moving on up: MSU 19th in USA Today, 21st in AP poll

September 23, 2012

There are a few college football teams across the nation that can claim to be undefeated at this point of the season.

The Mississippi State Bulldogs are one of those.

After Saturday night's 30-10 victory over South Alabama, MSU stands 4-0 for the first time since 1999 and moved up in both polls on Sunday.

Unblemished September Bulldogs see first 4-0 mark since 1999

September 23, 2012

Not since 1999 have the Mississippi State Bulldogs opened the season a perfect 4-0, but on Saturday night, that’s exactly what Dan Mullen’s team did with a 30-10 win over South Alabama.

After a slow start, the Bulldog offense got going in the second quarter thanks to a LaDarius Perkins 44-yard scoring run to break the ice and give State the early 7-0 lead.

SMITH COLUMN: MSU sluggish out of gate, but recovers

September 23, 2012

The Mississippi State Bulldogs needed to get refocused and ready.

At least that's the way analyst from ESPN radio saw the situation on Saturday morning.

After MSU escaped Troy last week with a 30-24 victory, there were many across the country that were anxious to see whether its newly achieved No. 23 ranking in The Associated Press and USA Today polls was deserved.

Banks inches closer to MSU interception record

September 23, 2012

Mississippi State senior defensive back Johnthan Banks inched one step closer to becoming the career interception leader at the school Saturday night.

The former East Webster High School player is within one pick of tying the all-time interception record of 16 held by Walt Harris.

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