Archive - Aug 5, 2014
Days spent at the farm for the Mississippi State football team are more than just about football.
It's about getting players in the right mind for a long Southeastern Conference season.
The Bulldogs have spent two days at the farm and head coach Dan Mullen loves the opportunities it presents to his players.
Linebacker Benardrick McKinney and wide receiver Jameon Lewis had a chance to leave the Mississippi State football program early.
Neither felt the time was right and returned to the Bulldogs.
Lewis came back for his senior season and believes this could be a special season.
The Mississippi State women's basketball team will have a mix of youth and experience for the 2014-15 season.
MSU coach Vic Schaefer said the trip to Europe that is currently taking place for his team will benefit both areas.
Schaefer has watched as the Bulldogs have done a good job separating business from pleasure.
Despite losing a 3-0 decision to Madison-Ridgeland Academy Tuesday, coach Cole Andrews saw some good things out of his Starkville Academy soccer team.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 at its meeting Monday to approve a resolution contracting with the Golden Triangle Development LINK for the development of a new 326-acre industrial park.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen is set to consider a purchase contract for a Cadence Bank building this evening.
On July 15, the board unanimously approved a non-binding letter of intent to further negotiations with Cadence Bank to purchase its main branch at Main and Jackson streets for use as Starkville Police Department headquarters.
Oktibbeha County School District Conservator Margie Pulley said the district is ready for its final year at OCSDâ€™s monthly meeting Monday.
It may happen during the summer, and it may bring high school students to campus, but Bonnie Carew doesnâ€™t want anyone to refer to the Rural Medical Scholars program she directs at Mississippi State University as a summer camp.