July 17th, 2012
â€” Control your weight if you are overweight. Type 2 diabetes linked to obesity often disappears if the obesity is corrected. Â
By NATHAN GREGORY
The Starkville Board of Aldermen unanimously approved to hire Taylor Adams as the cityâ€™s new director of finance at its meeting Tuesday night.
Adamsâ€™ first day on the job will be Aug. 1. His salary will be $73,500.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Mississippi State University officials reported Tuesday that the MSU Foundation raised $86.4 million during the 2012 fiscal year, breaking the previous yearâ€™s record of $80.3 million by more than $6 million.
By MATT CRANE
Competition for the title of Mississippiâ€™s Distinguished Young Woman 2013 begins Thursday, with local resident Holly Travis representing Starkville.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Though school is still out for summer, more than three dozen local children are in session for a different kind of class.
Former East Webster football player Johnthan Banks is accustomed to being the center of attention on the football field.
In high school, Banks was the best athlete on the field most Friday nights. At Mississippi State, heâ€™s one of the most gifted defensive backs in the nation.
His prowess on the field has landed him on a variety of preseason watch lists and deservingly so.
HOOVER, Ala. â€“ The Wynfrey Hotel is once again home to the unofficial kickoff to the college football season called Southeastern Conference Media Days.
The gathering of over 1,100 media types set to grill the leagueâ€™s head coaches and top athletes began Tuesday afternoon with SEC Commissioner Mike Slive addressing the media.
Winning a championship usually comes with two things.
The thrill of winning the championship is the first emotion and probably one of the best feelings. The second is the remembrance of that championship with a ceremony.
The 10-year-old Dizzy Dean State Tournament offered just a hint of what Starkville is capable of doing if allowed to host other All-Star event in the future.
Randy Carlisle, the coach of Starkville's 10-year-old All-Stars and active member of the Starkville Baseball Association, was encouraged by the feedback from the state tournament hosted by the city at McKee Park two weeks ago.
Mr. Harry Wellborn Cole, 68, died peacefully in his home Monday July 16, following a long struggle with Alzheimer's Disease.
Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Friday, July 20, 2012 at Welch Funeral Home Chapel.
Burial will follow at Oddfellows Cemetery with Gentiva Hospice Chaplin Lynn Ronaldi officiating.