Archive - Mar 2013
By NATHAN GREGORY
During its meeting Monday, the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors heard cost estimates for widening 20 feet of paved road to 22 feet in the event that the board would consider widening county roads in the future that were deemed highly traveled.
From staff reports
Memorial arrangements for Mississippi State University President Emeritus Donald W. Zacharias were finalized Monday.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Conservation means more than just conserving.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Oktibbeha County School District Conservator Margie Pulley reported at the district's monthly meeting Monday that more seniors at both county high schools had passed the Subject Area Testing Program (SATP) required for graduation.
Twenty-five hundred words were not enough for Bradley Curtis.
Oktibbeha County School District Conservator Margie Pulley held a called meeting Feb. 13 to bring a new principal into East Oktibbeha County High School, and she plans to hold the OCSDâ€™s regular monthly meeting at noon Monday in the OCSDâ€™s offices, discussing routine financial issues and East Oktibbeha County Elementary Schoolâ€™s HealthWorks program.
Donald W. Zacharias, whose 12-year tenure as Mississippi State Universityâ€™s president was second longest in the institutionâ€™s history, died Sunday at age 77 of complications from multiple sclerosis at a Starkville nursing facility.
It has become an almost automatic for the Mississippi State baseball team to walk off the field with a victory in the early stages of the 2013 season.
It happened twice on Sunday.
The Bulldogs knocked off Saint Joseph's 2-0 in the second game of a doubleheader to sweep the twinbill and the four-game series at Dudy Noble Field.Â
The Starkville Lady Yellowjackets fastpitch softball team is looking to use the momentum of last year's Class 5A playoff appearance to have another good run this spring.
Even though SHS lost the first two games of the season going into the Tupelo Jamboree over the weekend, head coach Wendy Jolly still likes the direction the program is headed.
Donald W. Zacharias, whose 12-year tenure as Mississippi State University's president was second longest in the institution's history, died Sunday at age 77 of complications from multiple sclerosis at a Starkville nursing facility.