June 18th, 2013
Joshua Parrish McKay was born in Natchez Mississippi on January 5, 1979 to Rev. Roy Lee McKay and Marcia Ann Parrish McKay of Aberdeen MS. He passed away on June 16, 2013 in Meridianville, Alabama.
Besides his parents, Josh leaves behind a large family who loved him, especially his brother Matthew and his wife Hannah McKay and their son Isaac (Oklahoma City).
Mrs. Joyce Pugh Duke, age 87, died Sunday, June 16, in Hermitage, TN after a brief illness.Â
Memorial Services for Dr. Perry Brooks Dennis, Jr will be held at University Baptist Church, 3200 Arlington Loop in Hattiesburg, MS on Saturday, June 22, 2013 at 10:00. Visitation will begin at 9:00.
OMAHA, Neb. â€“ Jamie Mitchell has been a Mississippi State baseball fan for most of his life.
The Starkville High School football head coach has been to the College World Series once before this year's event, but the Bulldogs were not participating.
This year, Mitchell is getting to experience the thrill of seeing his team play in the event.
OMAHA, Neb. â€“ Trey Porter may have been the last person Mississippi State fans might think could deliver in the clutch on college baseball's biggest stage.
The senior Bulldog hasn't seen a ton of action this postseason. Porter has taken just eight at-bats in 12 postseason games this year.
Before Monday night's game against Indiana, Porter had just one hit and one RBI.
The United States Specialty Sports Association will have part of its focus on Starkville this week.
Beginning Thursday, the Starkville Sportsplex will host the USSSA 11-year old A, AA, AAA and Major Mississippi State championships baseball tournament. Teams from all across Mississippi will begin later this week with action running through Sunday.
Baseball, baseball, baseball
Hope you haven't got tired of the sport because there's more of it on the way.
There is always baseball news coming out of this town, but lately, it has really started to pick up.
For Starkville as it's sure to be in other communities, baseball doesn't end when the schools get out for summer vacation.
The fields at the Starkville Sportsplex are ready for the demand that over 50 youth United States Speciality Sports Association baseball teams will present this week.
With the USSSA State Tournament taking place, Starkville Park and Recreation direction Herman Peters said his staff has already been at work trying to get the facilities in as good a shape as possible.
Summertime tends to be the toughest time to obtain blood donations, according to Rosalin Johnson with United Blood Services, but itâ€™s the time where blood is in most demand.
Starkville School District will hear comments and concerns from the public regarding its proposed 2013-14 budget at a public hearing at 6 p.m. today at the Greensboro Center.
Each attendee will be given a three-minute limit for addressing the board.
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