Archive - Feb 28, 2013
Mrs. Laura Mae Hamill Jones, 93, died Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013 at the Winston Medical Center Nursing Home in Louisville.
Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Friday, March 1, 2013 in the Nowell-Massey Funeral Home Chapel in Louisville.
Burial will follow in Beth Eden Church Cemetery.
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Starkville Board of Adjustments and Appeals voted in favor of two variances from form-based codes for First Baptist Churchâ€™s proposed child care facility and drop-off lane Wednesday at City Hall.
By ZACK PLAIR
Times have changed and race relations in Mississippi have certainly improved since 1965.
On that point, both Oktibbeha County Circuit Clerk Glenn Hamilton and the countyâ€™s National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) President Chris Taylor adamantly agree.
CLINTON â€“ The path to a third-consecutive State tournament championship this season continues for the Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers.
The Lady Vols scored their 41st victory of the season as they defeated the Lady Spartans from Prairie View Academy 71-29.
Brandon Woodruff is still working toward the weekend at Mississippi State.
After Wednesday's four-inning pitching performance during a 17-5 victory by the Bulldogs over Rhode Island at Dudy Noble Field, the Wheeler native realized there's more improvement that must be made.
Darriel Gaynor has been thinking quite a bit about life this week.
Mississippi State has been a big part of her life for the past three years.
As the only senior player for the MSU women's basketball team, Gaynor will be recognized during the final home game of the season tonight against Georgia. The battle of the Bulldogs tips off at 7 p.m.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Mississippi State University is using resources to assist the Oktibbeha County School District in an effort to improve student achievement and raise graduation rates at the request of OCSD and the Mississippi Department of Education, according to MSU Vice President for Research David Shaw.