April 9th, 2014
Dr. James E. Wall, son of Dr. and Mrs. Albert Eugene Wall, has met all of the criteria required and has received the blessing of being allowed to go home and live with his heavenly father for the rest of eternity.Â Dr.
Mildred Parrish Norwood, age 101, of Birmingham, AL, formerly of Columbus, MS, passed away January 20, 2014, at Golden Living Center at Riverchase in Birmingham, AL. A memorial service will be held Saturday, April 12, 2014, at 3:00 PM at Gunter & Peel Chapel with Cody Watson officiating. Visitation will be Saturday, April 12, 2014, from 2:00 PM until 3:00 PM at Gunter & Peel Funeral Home. Mrs.
Mary Elizabeth Swain Bacon, 95 died of heart failure at Robinson Memorial Hospital Hospice Care in Revenna, Ohio on March 30.Â She was born on May 14, 1918, the daughter of the late Jim Henry and Verna Welborn Swain of New Albany.Â She graduated as valedictorian and class president from Amory High School in 1936 and as a cum laude graduate from MSCW in 1940 with a History/English major.Â She recei
The Starkville School District Board of Trustees unanimously named Ocean Springs High School Principal David Baggett as Starkville High Schoolâs new principal at its Tuesday evening meeting.
Despite reports the Abnerâs Famous Fried Chicken Tenders has filed bankruptcy, company owner and founder Abner White said Tuesday that Starkvilleâs location is in no danger of closing.
Marcus Jackson was one of several students at Mississippi State University who got a dose of reality Tuesday.
Bill Davis will be hosting the second âYoung at Heartâ dance from 7-10 p.m. on Friday at the Starkville Sportsplex Activities Building.
Davis is a local musician and photographer. He and his wife, Judy, decided to start the âYoung at Heartâ dance series because they felt there were few entertainment options for the more mature members of the Starkville community.
J.F. "Jack" Douglas, Jr., of Ocean Springs, passed away peacefully at home with family on Friday, April 4, 2014, at the age of 94.
After being sidelined by injury, Starkville High School's Dontavius Self spent the majority of his junior season watching basketball from the bench.
Many athletes would have let this setback get them down, but not Self, who says he spent his year off focused on âgetting stronger, more aggressive and becoming a team leaderâ of the Yellowjackets.
This will be a very important Super Bulldog Weekend this year for all sports involved.