November 1st, 2010
Northern District Transportation Commissioner Bill Minor, 68, died today in Biloxi where he'd been attending a national transportation conference, The Associated Press reports.
The third and final week of the fall term of Oktibbeha County Circuit Court is scheduled to begin this morning at the Courthouse Annex on West Main Street.
In the last two months, children and teen book club members have enjoyed a variety of intriguing programs at the Starkville Public Library in conjunction with Greg Mortensonâ€™s â€śThree Cups of Tea.â€ť
Mississippi State Universityâ€™s African-American Studies program and Barnes and Noble Bookstore will host a talk and book signing by Dr.
Starkville Community Theatreâ€™s newest production may focus on two Vietnam War veterans, but it is anything but dated as it examines the impact of war on those who fight it and their friends and famili
MABEN â€”Â Today, the General Store of Maben will open its doors to the public.
Mississippi State fans had reason to put down its cowbell Saturday night.
Picking it back up after the game was a little easier also.
In its first week of scouting, the Chick-fil-A Bowl was at Davis-Wade Stadium to see Saturdayâ€™s 24-17 win by the Bulldogs over Kentucky.
There's one thing for sure about the 2010 version of the Mississippi State Bulldogs.
They know how to make things interesting.
Mississippi State football coaches Dan Mullen and Melvin Smith saw part of what could become the program's future on the field in Starkville Friday night.