Archive - Jan 15, 2014
Tennessee women's basketball coach Holly Warlick doesn't take any team for granted in the Southeastern Conference.
That especially goes for when the Lady Volunteers have to play at any of the 13 other venues of the league.
Tennessee plays at Mississippi State tonight and Warlick is very worried about the potential the Bulldogs have of turning Humphrey Coliseum into a home court advantage.
East Webster is known for its tremendous support.
No matter whether it is academics or athletics, the school, families and community members are always behind the kids 100 percent, even if it involves a sport that many might not be familiar with.
Jeremy Nicholas, currently head of school at Park Place Christian Academy in Pearl, will succeed John â€śDocâ€ť Stephens as Starkville Academyâ€™s head of school July 7.
The Commission on Starkville Consolidated School District Structure completed its review of a finalized list of recommendations to submit to Mississippi legislators during a Tuesday morning teleconference at the Greensboro Center.
About four years ago, Mississippi State University flipped the script on office waste disposal.
Thatâ€™s when MSU Associate Director of Facilities Management Jeremiah Dumas said MSU held a recycling trial inviting different companies to help the university understand its recycling opportunities.
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The Starkville School District Board of Education wrestled with a decision on whether to move forward in drawing additional bond funding from a July resolution at its Tuesday evening meeting.
SSD Comptroller Rob Logan said that the district issued a 3-mil note for up to $9.95 million on July 16. He told the board at Tuesdayâ€™s meeting that about $3 million of that money was still available.
Rick Rayâ€™s first season as the men's basketball coach at Mississippi State saw two losses to Alabama.
The Crimson Tide beat the Bulldogs 75-43 in Starkville and 64-56 in Tuscaloosa, Ala. MSU has lost three-straight to Alabama, but havenâ€™t lost four-straight since 1993-95.
The Mississippi State women's basketball team continues to take the steps necessary to get where head coach Vic Schaefer wants it to be.
There are still going to be times that the Bulldogs do things on the court that will drive Schaefer and his staff crazy, but he loves his players and believes in them.
The Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers knew it wasn't going to be as easy as they made it look in the first quarter Tuesday night.
After jumping out to a 14-1 lead after one quarter, the Lady Vols saw the Hillcrest Christian Lady Cougars make a run to get back into the game in the second quarter.
Starkville Academy refused to let Hillcrest Christian run away with the ballgame.
In the end, it wasnâ€™t enough.
The Volunteers kept it close for all four quarters, but in the end, the No. 3 Cougars came away with a 52-46 victory Tuesday night inside the Starkville Academy Gymnasium.