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Archive - Apr 2013

April 25th

East Webster starts Class 2A playoffs at Bruce

April 25, 2013

East Webster’s softball team has reached the point in its season where “it’s win or go home.”
As the Lady Wolverines prepares to enter the Class 2A playoffs, coach Lee Berryhill knows that consistency is going to be the key for their success.

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SPD makes arrest in local shooting, fight

April 25, 2013

Starkville police arrested the first of what could be many suspects in an alleged shooting incident on Tuesday.

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Local volunteers honored

April 25, 2013

The Starkville Volunteer Center hosted its third annual volunteer awards banquet on Tuesday night for the 2012-13 service year. The organization awarded 18 President's Volunteer Service Awards as well as the organization's own Spirit awards to groups and individuals that met proper qualifications.

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April 24th

More draft success? MSU looks to send more players to NFL

April 24, 2013

Mississippi State has seen a good bit of success in the last few National Football League drafts.

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Bulldogs see football expectations increase

April 24, 2013

An 8-5 record and a second Gator Bowl appearance in three years.
That's what the Mississippi State Bulldogs accomplished last season under fourth year head coach Dan Mullen.

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Ackerman claims division in Nutt's first year as coach

April 24, 2013

Sometimes it takes some time for a team to become familiar with a new coach and have success.
For the Ackerman High School baseball squad, it's ahead of schedule.

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Becker hurls shutout in MSU home softball victory

April 24, 2013

Mississippi State was unable to find much offense, but fortunately the Bulldogs had Stephanie Becker.

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Miss. Students mark three-year anniversary of Deepwater oil spill

April 24, 2013

Two men wearing hazmat suits — MSU students Jarred Johnson and Brian Brotherton — could be seen in hazmat suits cleaning up a mess near the Colvard Student Union Tuesday.

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SHS students to host Living Legacy tour

April 24, 2013

Graveyard tours do not have to be meditations on death.
Leah Gibson, a senior at Starkville High School, is the student coordinator for a different kind of graveyard tour. There will be ghost stories, but she said the bulk of the tour would focus on the lives led by those now buried at Oddfellows Cemetery and other locales across the city and county.

City Hall plan unveiled

April 24, 2013

A litany of resistance that has harried an effort to build a new Starkville City Hall seemed farthest from the minds of city officials on hand Tuesday on Main Street to unveil the artistic rendering of the facility.

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