Archive - 2014
The County Board of Supervisors reviewed a mapping bid at its meeting Monday which will be considered for approval upon advisement.
Doug Devlin loves his new office.
A new exhibit at the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum is offering museum-goers an opportunity to see a wide variety of early 20th-century Mississippi-themed sheet music.
In the early 1990s, Charles Sciple got a phone call asking him to journey to Uzbekistan.
Lucas Laster didn't make the trip to Athens, Ga., in mid March for the first Southeastern Conference series for Mississippi State.
Now the junior left hander will take the mound as the No. 5 seed MSU Bulldogs play the No. 12 seed Georgia Bulldogs in the last game tonight in a loser-go-home scenario in the first round of the SEC Tournament in Hoover, Ala.
Every Southeastern Conference baseball coach agrees that the league is tough and it prepares them for the rugged postseason.
There is also something else they agree on.
Kentucky's A.J. Reed should be the SEC Player of the Year and the National Player of the year.
Mississippi State's women's golf team was in striking distance after the third round of last year's NCAA Championship.
But after a 39-over, 327 in the final round, the Bulldogs finished in last place.
This year MSU head coach Ginger Brown-Lemm feels confident that her team learned from that and will build off of it.
A quartet of bowlers from Starkville High School and East Webster High School joined forces recently to form a pretty good team.
The Starkville High School bowling team enjoyed a nice response to tryouts and head coach Jim Philamlee has put together what he considers a very solid roster for next season.
FRENCH CAMP â€“ At the end of the year, French Camp found itself among the last baseball teams standing.
However the Panthers were not able to get past Cathedral in the postseason and while the Panthers may not have won it all this year, ask their baseball coach what he thinks and he will say it was still a â€śgreat season.â€ť