March 4th, 2014
Mississippi State University announced Monday that â€śThe Invisible Girls: A Memoirâ€ť by Sarah Thebarge will be the 2014 Maroon Edition selection.
Oktibbeha County volunteer firefighters had to contend with a number of brush fires throughout the county Sunday as brisk winds pushed some controlled burns out of control.
Oktibbeha County Fire Services Coordinator Kirk Rosenhan said firefighters dealt with six fires, and that they werenâ€™t restricted to just one area.
C Spire Vice President of Corporate Communications Jim Richmond visited the Starkville Rotary Club Monday at the Starkville Country Club, sharing insights into the companyâ€™s past and future in Starkville and throughout the U.S.
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Justin Williams understands the meaning of hard work.
Williams experienced that as a member of the East Oktibbeha High School Titans, but the load will reach a higher level after he signed a national letter of intent Monday to join the Northeast Mississippi Community College Tigers next season.
The Starkville High School bowling program team enjoyed the best finish in program history last Friday.
With the third-place finish in the state on the boys side and fifth-place standing for the girls, the Yellowjackets took another positive step in the development of the sport.
I.J. Ready has had an up and down season.
The Mississippi State true freshman point guard has missed seven games this season due to injury or illness.
On Saturday, he was a game time decision against Missouri with a knee injury, but he played. He didn't finish the game and is listed as day-to-day this week.
Southeastern Conference women's basketball teams battled through a 16-game schedule to get position for the conference tournament.
The event begins on Wednesday in Duluth, Ga., at The Arena at Gwinnett Center and the Mississippi State Bulldogs will tip things off against Missouri at 5 p.m.
Gwendolyn Perkins â€¨On 2/15/2014, Dr. Gwendolyn Ruth Kirtley Perkins, age 95, passed away inÂ Cave Spring,Â Georgia. After a long and exciting life that was full of pursuing knowledge and adventure, Gwen's time came to an end.
Mississippi State entered this week with a .500 record at 4-4.
After six games, the Bulldogs are now 10-4.
The No. 18 Bulldogs capped off the six-win week and four-win weekend with a 9-0 victory over Eastern Illinois Sunday afternoon at Dudy Noble Field in The Diamond Classic presented by Polk's Meat Products.
It doesn't take long for a record to receive a big boost when there are several opportunities to get victories.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs took advantage of one of those situations over the weekend with the Diamond Classic presented by Polk's Meat Products.
MSU played four games in three days and won all of those, including Sunday's 9-0 decision over Eastern Illinois at Dudy Noble Field.