Archive - 2013
The Starkville Board of Aldermen will consider approving a contract with a Starkville-based firm for a sewage expansion job in the southwest corner of the city at todayâ€™s meeting.
Doug Devlin, director of public services for the city, said the project aimed to provide sewer service to unserved residents and commercially-zoned land in an are that the city annexed in 1998.
On Dec. 3, Starkville Community Development Director Bill Snowden will present a comprehensive review of the cityâ€™s sidewalk and landscaping ordinances.
North Mississippi Transportation Commissioner Mike Tagert updated the Starkville Rotary Club on three significant transportation projects in Oktibbeha County at the clubâ€™s Monday meeting at the Starkville Country Club.
The atmosphere surrounding Mississippi State baseball, is one of the best in the country.
Dudy Noble Field at Polk-Dement Stadium was erected in 1967. In 1987, it underwent a $3.5 million renovation upping the number of seats to 6,700.
On Monday, MSU athletic director Scott Stricklin met with many Bulldog baseball fans at the Seal Football Complex to get their input for new renovations.
The East Webster Lady Wolverines earned the top seed out of Class 2A, Region 5 during the regular season and now look to make a run in the postseason.
East Webster will host Union, the Region 6 runner-up, today.
Lady Wolverines coach Lee Berryhill is looking forward to a fresh start, but all the while knowing his team could be eliminated at any point.
Starkville Lions Club will hold its first Celebrity Wait Night Tuesday at the Central Station Grill.
Robbie Kroger could have been in a bind if not for a little help from his friend.
Heading into the bye week, Mississippi State is not at 100 percent healthy.
Leading up to the Bulldogs 21-20 win over the Bowling Green Falcons on homecoming, head coach Dan Mullen said there were six offensive lineman who were sidelined at one point or time in practice.
Entering last Friday night's game, I thought Eupora was going to come out and have no problem with Bruce.
When the dust finally settled around 9:30 p.m., it was Bruce who walked away with a 25-20 victory.
The Eagles played well in the first half, but struggled offensively in the second half and it cost them.
After dropping the last two contests some might be wondering if East Websterâ€™s six-win undefeated start was simply a fluke.
Were they simply lucky? Were they playing what could be called cupcake opponents or are the losses a result of the playing in an extremely competitive division?