Skip to main content

Archive - 2013

December 3rd

Johnson becomes solid leader for the Panthers

December 3, 2013

Last week Cortez Johnson stepped outside his comfort zone.
Normally a quiet guy as the French Camp Panthers prepared for their game against Stringer, it was Johnson who was up front rallying the team pregame.

French Camp learns from early games

December 3, 2013

The French Camp Panthers knew this would be a football season with some early challenges.
During a conversation in the preseason with head coach Nathan Wright, we discussed how tough the first four games on the schedule would be and how the Panthers would react to it.
There was some early adversity for French Camp as it lost all four of those games.

A GOOD GARDINER: MSU newcomer makes All-SEC Freshman Team

December 3, 2013

If you asked Kimmy Gardiner how she thought her freshman season in Southeastern Conference volleyball play was going to go, she would never had imagined how it turned out.
The Grapevine, Texas, native came into the Mississippi State program and put her name on the map in her rookie season.

Snowden resigns; Board to meet

December 3, 2013

Starkville Board of Aldermen will meet today on the heels of Community Development Director Bill Snowden’s sudden resignation.

The board will meet at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.

To subscribe to the E-edition, please click here.

Police search for suspects in shoplifting, chase

December 3, 2013

Starkville police continue to search for two male suspects that led law enforcement on a high-speed chase across two counties on Friday afternoon.

Supes progress on long-term plan

December 3, 2013

The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors took a step forward in the process of developing a comprehensive plan for the county at its Monday meeting.

District gov. visits Rotary

December 3, 2013

To Rob Smith’s mind, there’s a difference between being a member of a Rotary Club and being a Rotarian.

December 2nd

Learning about 'The Game': Symposium deals with MSU-Loyola's moment in history

December 2, 2013

In 1963, the Mississippi State men's basketball team was not going to be denied an opportunity to play in the NCAA Tournament.
Over 50 years later, the impact of what those MSU players did are still seen on the campus and are talked about a good bit.
A symposium on the "Game of Change" was held Monday on the campus of Mississippi State in the Colvard Student Union. 

Southeastern Conference recognizes Bulldogs

December 2, 2013

There's nothing better for Mississippi State football players than beating in-state rival Ole Miss and winning the Golden Egg Trophy.
On Monday, two of those Bulldogs had a little icing on the cake.

French Camp developing reputation for making state

December 2, 2013

JACKSON – French Camp has not always been the first school associated with state championship appearances in football, but that culture is changing.
Last year the Panthers played their way into the Class A State championship game and this year they are right back in that position.

Pasta, bread, pizza crusts, peanut butter, fried foods, beef, even certain types of chips — these are all foods that...
The memories of April 21, 2008 when we went to the Boston Marathon still lingered in our hearts and souls on April 15...
Emily Jones Deluded Diva My neighbor, (I'll call her Brenda for the sake of anonymity), is one of the best things that...
By RUTH MORGAN For Starkville Daily News General Wiley Norris Nash was one of Mississippi as well as Starkville’s most...
Creation is imagination, and being a visual artist I'm attempting to be creative, inventive, and imaginative. To...


Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes