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Archive - Sep 25, 2012

Rasberry keeps family legacy alive in Oktoc

September 25, 2012

By MATT CRANE
life@starkvilledailynews.com

Oktoc native Anna Marie Rasberry has a special connection with the annual Oktoc Country Store and continues to keep her legacy and community tradition alive today.

Missing mangoes

September 25, 2012

By JAY REED

Thump. Roll, roll, roll, roll. Bang! 

Did you ever wonder what a mango sounds like? Well, now you know. 

Vegetarian on the inside

September 25, 2012

By ALIX HUI

If you’re going to fall, you might as well try and do with style.

Pharmacy has closed doors after 36 years

September 25, 2012

By STEVEN NALLEY
educ@starkvilledailynews.com

Starkville Discount Drugs closed its doors Tuesday after 36 years in business, with Walgreens absorbing the store’s prescription accounts as part of Walgreen Co.’s nationwide acquisition of the USA Drug pharmacy chain.

Triplex variance is up for appeal

September 25, 2012

By STEVEN NALLEY
educ@starkvilledailynews.com

The Starkville Board of Adjustments and Appeals will hear a request from Kenny Wilson to grant a setback variance for Wilson’s triplex at its meeting at 4 p.m. Wednesday in City Hall’s building department.

Arrest made in connection with MUW assault

September 25, 2012

By NATHAN GREGORY
citybeat@starkvilledailynews.com

A man is in Columbus Police Department custody three weeks after a sexual assault was reported to Mississippi University for Women campus officers.

Jamerrell Antwon Brandon, 27, of 822 16th Street North in Columbus, was arrested Monday and charged with one count of sexual assault.

Genealogy Society tours historic Bardwell home

September 25, 2012

By MATT CRANE
life@starkvilledailynews.com

The Oktibbeha Historical and Genealogical Society will host a tour of the historic Bardwell Home on Thursday as a part of the continuing celebration of Starkville’s 175th anniversary.

Runnels relishes role: SA running back takes being captain on team seriously

September 25, 2012

Being the number one tailback for a football team can bring on quite a bit of stress and excitement.

Senior running back Colby Runnels not only holds the role of the top running back for the Starkville Academy Volunteers, but he's also a captain on team.

According to Starkville Academy coach Jeff Terrill, Runnels is one of the best players for the job.

Hard work gives Horsley chance to help Jackets

September 25, 2012

Starkville High School sophomore running back Jaquez Horsley has found the secret to getting playing time and succeeding on the varsity level.
Actually, there's no trick to it when hard work is involved.

Horsley has put in the necessary work in practice and has emerged as the top rusher for the Yellowjackets through five games this season.

Bulldogs look to regain focus in off week

September 25, 2012

Entering the bye week, teams get a chance to get healthy and fine tune a few things it has not been able to work on during the normal grind of a game week.

While those things certainly fit the Mississippi State Bulldogs, they are also looking to regain their focus after a pair of lackluster performances against non-conference foes.

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