Archive - 2013
The Mississippi State women's basketball team has played well at home this season and head coach Vic Schaefer says that must continue tonight against a very talented Southern Miss squad.
Going back to last season, the Bulldogs have won 10 of 11 games at Humphrey Coliseum and has taken 13-straight non-conference decisions on the home floor.
The Starkville Christian School Lady Cougars were not going down without a fight at home Friday night.
Despite trailing Hebron Christian School for three quarters, Starkville Christian battled back to take a lead in the fourth quarter.
The Lady Cougars could not sustain the success and ultimately dropped a 39-31 decision to the visiting Lady Eagles.
ACKERMAN â€“ In order to have success, you have to put in the work necessary, and for the Lady Wolverines of East Webster, that means continuing to get court time under their feet.
To make that happen, the team took part in the Choctaw County Tournament where they picked up a pair of victories including a 46-20 win over Caledonia on Friday.
Starkville High School football coach Jamie Mitchell has had Alabama on his mind this week.
Mitchell traveled to Mobile, Ala., to serve as the scout coach for the Mississippi All-Stars for the 27th annual Mississippi-Alabama All-Star Game that takes place today.
Taboris Lee was a standout for the Choctaw County Chargers all football season long.
Now the senior will get the opportunity to prove himself on a new level as he participates in the Alabama-Mississippi All-Star game.
Mark Stephen Ford, 52, a retired truck driver, passed away Wednesday December 11, 2013 at his home near Mathiston, MS. Mr. Ford was born March 10, 1961 to Willie L. and Joyce (McMinn) Ford. He was a member of Fellowship Baptist Church near Mathiston, MS.
Addie Christine Hawkins Tomlinson, 96, passed away on December 12, 2013 at The Carrington Nursing Center in Starkville, MS. A forty-year resident of Starkville, she was a homemaker and was known for her love of gardening, culinary skills and beautiful handwork.
Mississippi State University usually has so many students walking across the stage for its spring graduation that it splits them into two ceremonies. Thereâ€™s only one ceremony for MSUâ€™s fall graduation, but MSU Registrar John Dickerson said that doesnâ€™t mean there are that many fewer fall graduates.
Officials are warning Mississippians to beware of scams during the holiday season.
The Secretary of Stateâ€™s office released a reminder to residents to be sure to check that any charity they donate to during the holiday season is legitimate. According to the Secretary of Stateâ€™s report, charities in Mississippi must be registered with the Secretary of Stateâ€™s office to solicit funds.
The holiday season will be a little brighter for Oktibbeha Countyâ€™s elderly thanks to Volunteer Starkvilleâ€™s partnership with Ward Stewart Elementaryâ€™s art program.