May 19th, 2015
Disabled people on low incomes can find a home at Focus Manor in Louisville. The residential facility, located at 302 John C. Stennis Dr., is currently accepting applications.
The facility provides its residents with an independent living experience. Focus Manor will not have a medical staff onsite, according to Executive Director, George A. Miller.
Year two at the helm for Starkville Academy baseball was a phenomenal one for coach Jody Britt.
After an 8-16 finish last year, Britt and the Volunteers improved to 23-10 overall and booked a trip to the playoffs before falling to Oak Forest (La.).
Mississippi State track and field coach Steve Dudley had a feeling his men's squad was going to move up in the rankings after their finish in the Southeastern Conference Outdoor Championships.
They made a huge jump.
The Bulldogs finished eighth in the three-day event that was held at the Mike Sanders Track and Field Complex on the campus of MSU this past weekend.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs just finished a very poor baseball season.
Two years removed from what was considered the best season in MSU history when it finished second in the nation, the Bulldogs had one of the worst.
After another round of frustrated Blackjack Road residents voiced traffic concerns to the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors, the board authorized a law firm to draw up potential regulations for multi-tenant buildings in Oktibbeha County.
The first 18 months of operation for the faith-based Pregnancy Care Center have been a success, Board President Ruth Baareman told the Starkville Rotary Club Monday.
Baareman felt Starkville needed a Pregnancy Care Center when she moved to town six years ago. That vision became a reality when the center opened on Academy Road in December 2013.
Starkville aldermen will consider making a formal statement Tuesday night to support economic development projects recommended by the Golden Triangle LINK.
From Cumberland to Pearl, the stage gets increasingly bigger.
At 1 p.m. today, the East Webster Wolverines get their chance in a state championship setting as theyâ€™re two wins away from taking home the Class 2A title.
East Webster head coach Wes Johnson is no stranger to the higher stakes and that attitude could be translating to his players.
It's difficult to win back to back state championships in any sport.
When it comes to enduring long and competitive matches on the tennis court, the feat is a little bit more difficult to achieve.
The East Webster Wolverines were able to accomplish their second-consecutive Class 2A State championship last week with a 6-1 win over Clarkdale in Jackson.
Mississippi State's Seth Heck may be the definition of a student-athlete.
The Bulldog senior was honored as the Southeastern Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year for the second year in a row. He is only the second player to win the award in back-to-back years â€“ Alabama's Emeel Salem won the award in 2006 and 2007.