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December 30th

2012 was year of change, trials for MSU campus

December 30, 2012


Mississippi State University, its faculty and its students initiated several changes in 2012, making plans to bring those changes to full fruition in the next few years.

Senate leaders offer dour take on ‘cliff’ talks

December 30, 2012

Associated Press

WASHINGTON — The top Senate negotiators on the effort to prevent the government from going over the “fiscal cliff” offered a pessimistic assessment Sunday barely 24 hours before a deadline to avert tax hikes on virtually every worker.

December 29th

State championship: Two words heard frequently on local sports front in 2012

December 30, 2012

There were two words that came up quite frequently on the local sports front in 2012 - state championship.

Starkville High School football closed the year on a high note by winning the Class 5A State championship. That accomplishment was chosen as the top area sports story of 2012 by the Starkville Daily News staff.

MSU prepares for Northwestern QBs

December 30, 2012

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Mississippi State defense has struggled defending a mobile quarterback this season.

On Tuesday, the Bulldogs (8-4) face off against another signal caller that doesn't like to stay in the pocket. MSU plays No. 21 (Associated Press) Northwestern in the Gator Bowl. Kickoff is scheduled for 11 a.m. and can be seen on ESPN2.

MSU women protect their home court with 80-62 win

December 29, 2012

The Mississippi State Bulldogs entered Saturday’s basketball game with plans to protect their house.

The matchup against Troy provided the Bulldogs that opportunity and they took advantage by winning an 80-62 contest.

After managing a comeback win on Friday, MSU’s women’s basketball coach Vic Schaefer was impressed with how his team came out the gates fighting.

Fire, police earn major designations

December 29, 2012


Starkville’s police and fire departments both earned important distinctions in 2012.

Watch Night services mark Proclamation anniversary

December 29, 2012

Associated Press

WASHINGTON — As New Year’s Day approached 150 years ago, all eyes were on President Abraham Lincoln in expectation of what he warned 100 days earlier would be coming — his final proclamation declaring all slaves in states rebelling against the Union to be “forever free.”

Sturgis plans for new motorcycle rally talks in 2013

December 29, 2012


Sturgis faced economic challenges in 2012 exacerbated by the Sturgis motorcycle rally’s second year of cancellation, but Sturgis Mayor Walter Turner says the rally will be back on the table in early 2013.

Harper: ‘Fiscal cliff’ represents bad politics

December 29, 2012


As congressmen return to work today in lieu of any potential Senate action to avert “fiscal cliff” tax increases and austerity measures, Rep. Gregg Harper says he is hopeful a deal can be reached in time but he is not overly optimistic.

Welcome new year with open arms, open minds

December 29, 2012


It was nice while it lasted, 2012.

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