Archive - Nov 14, 2013
It began when Amy Davis saw a commercial for the American Red Crossâ€™ Holiday Mail for Heroes program.
Paul A. Bryant asked Mississippi State University students why many of them took more than four years to graduate â€” and even then, sometimes didnâ€™t graduate at all.
Harrison County has a new sign to welcome visitors to the Mississippi Gulf Coast, thanks in part to the efforts of a number of Oktibbeha County residents.
For as long as she can remember, Blair Schaefer has wanted to play for her dad.
OnÂ Wednesday, that desire became official as the Starkville High senior signed with the Mississippi State women's basketball team.
â€śI think there has always been a part of me that has wanted to play for my dad,â€ť Blair Schaefer said. â€śI want to play for a great coach and I know my dad gets it done.â€ť
Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer said his program was able to recruit a hard-working group because of a hard-working group.
After the recruiting process finished with the Bulldogs adding five more players on Wednesday, Schaefer said he could not have put together such a class without the help of his coaching staff.
A slow start against Jackson State wasn't a reason to push the panic button for the Mississippi State women's basketball team.
Even though the Bulldogs trailed early 11-9 and 13-11, they shook themselves, got on track and went on to an 81-42 victory in front of 1,535 at Humphrey Coliseum Wednesday night.