September 11th, 2010
Sooner or later, we knew it was bound to happen.
Peggy F. Wilson, 75, passed peacefully at her home surrounded by her family on Friday, Sept. 3, 2010, due to complications of Scleroderma, a disease she battled for 16 years.
It began like any other day in America. People awakened, got dressed, had breakfast, saw their children off to school and headed to work.
"My daughter, Mary Malinda Valentine, who was 10 years old at the time, took a photograph of the World Trade Center towers on Dec. 19, 2000.
As both city and county governments prepare to raise property taxes, members of the Starkville Tea Party wanted to know why during a public forum Saturday.
Starkville Recycling has announced they will no longer be a part of the cityâ€™s free curbside recycling program.
Mississippi State students will have an opportunity to learn firsthand about what itâ€™s like to be living with AIDS in a Monday night program.
WEST POINT â€“ Call it a program-defining win for the Jamie Mitchell at Starkville.
MABEN â€“ The only thing that slowed down the East Webster Wolverines in the first half of Friday night's high school football game against the Houlka Wildcats was the official's water breaks.
EUPORA - Upon awaking this morning, Deshawn Starks said he's heading straight to the racks to pick up a copy of the Starkville Daily News.