Archive - Jul 2013
Emma McMoore, 63, passed away Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at St. Maryâ€™s Medical Center, Richmond Heights, (St. Louis) MO.Â Funeral Services were held Saturday, July 6, 2013 at New Zion U.M. Church, Rev. Tyrone Stallings, Pastor; Rev. James Covington Jr., officiator.
Mr. Tony Stribling, 57, passed away on Wednesday, July 24, 2013, at his residence on Craig Springs Road in Sturgis, Mississippi. Visitation will be at Nowell-Massey Funeral Home in Louisville, Mississippi, on Thursday, July 25, 2013, from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. and on Friday, July 26, 2013, from 9 a.m. until service time at Friendship Baptist Church. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m.
The 2012 season didn't end the way it started for the Mississippi State Bulldogs.Â
The Bulldogs started last year with a 7-0 record, but struggled down the stretch.
Coach Dan Mullen's team lost five of their last six games to finish the season at 8-5.
EUPORA â€“ While the athletic teams have a â€śrich traditionâ€ť of success, it is all about community at Eupora High School.
Former Ole Miss women's basketball player Alliesha Easley has the desire to encourage girls and help them develop skills in the game she loves.
One of the ways Easley has chosen to do this is with a camp.
Easley will host a camp Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the Starkville Sportsplex for girls ages 7-16.
The Chronicle of Higher Education released a study Monday listing Mississippi State University as one of its "2013 Great Colleges to Work For," praising the university for excellence in job satisfaction, professional development and relationships between supervisors and their employees.
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The state legislature enacted a law requiring restaurants to inform patrons whether they serve U.S.-raised catfish or foreign catfish-like product. But, for many Starkville restaurants, this new law does not change their policies.
Starkville Board of Aldermen on Tuesday elected to uphold its original vote to terminate Chief Administrative Officer Lynn Spruillâ€™s employment with the city, overriding a veto issued by Mayor Parker Wiseman.
Mississippi State has had many great players over the years.
Some of those players have moved on and found themselves playing professional baseball.
There are 20 former Bulldogs either playing or managing in professional baseball.
Competition is over and the Starkville Americans All-Stars have returned home.
After claiming the 8-year-old Dizzy Dean South State Championship a couple weeks back, the team has spent the last few days in Southaven as participants in the World Series.