Archive - 2014
Mississippi State University defensive back Justin Cox has been suspended indefinitely following a reported off-campus domestic violence incident early Friday morning.
For one Oktibbeha County family, nearly 15 hours of horror ended with a sigh of relief after Oktibbeha County first responders and neighborly volunteers found the familyâ€™s missing 8-year-old son.
A one-vehicle accident Monday night in Oktibbeha County has landed a Maben man behind bars and facing two counts of aggravated driving under the influence.
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Several times throughout the year, The Book Mart and CafĂ© has hosted book signing events for local or regional authors. This Sunday, it will host 18 of them at once.
The Starkville Yellowjackets received a little bit of a wakeup call at the end of the regular season.
As the Jackets played Warren Central and Clinton to close the Class 6A, Region 2 schedule, they had to win each game in different ways.
Starkville relied on its defense in a 27-17 victory over Warren Central, then had to turn up the offense to claim a 56-46 shootout over Clinton.
Getting hot at the right time. That is often the key to finding success in the postseason and is exactly what the East Webster Wolverines have done.
Mississippi State defensive coordinator Geoff Collins always emphasizes forcing turnovers in his meeting rooms.
But in the last two games for the Bulldogs, they haven't forced a turnover.Â
One of Starkville Highâ€™s strongest athletes finalized her plans for the future Thursday afternoon.
After many years of anchoring the Lady Yellowjacket cross country team Walker Mattox signed a national letter of intent to continue her sport with the University of North Alabama.
An official had to run in and take the basketball away from Mississippi State sophomore Ketara Chapel before she inbounded with 7:20 left to go in Thursday night's game against the West Virginia Mountaineers.
The pause in action was so West Virginia's Lanay Montgomery, who had fouled out, could get to the bench.
Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray feels like early-season tournaments are the thing to do in college basketball.
He got his wish for next season.
It was announced Thursday that the Bulldogs will play in the Puerto Rico Tip-off next season.