April 17th, 2015
The state Institutions of Higher Learning Board of Trustees has approved a request from Mississippi State University to establish an Institute for Market Studies.
Starkville Area Arts Council members will receive an exclusive benefit during Saturdayâ€™s Cotton District Arts Festival â€” access to the first ever VIP tent.
When celebrating Super Bulldog Weekend, the Friends of the Library suggest you take a break to stop at the Starkville Public Library for the book sale on Saturday at 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
There will be many activities and events taking place around the Mississippi State campus this weekend.
Super Bulldog Weekend â€“ the spring homecoming â€“ starts today and the Bulldog baseball team welcomes No. 12 Florida for a three-game Southeastern Conference series right in the middle of it.
Huge crowds are expected to file into Dudy Noble Field.
They came from Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Florida.
When Ashley Phillips, Katie Gentle, Julia Echols and Erika Gaul became a part of the Mississippi State softball program, they bonded as Bulldogs.
Mississippi State may be ranked No. 5, but head coach Ginger Brown-Lemm doesn't care.
Not with postseason play about to begin.
The Bulldogs start their run to the NCAA Championship today as they play in the Southeastern Conference Championship.
The grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony of the Oktibbeha County Law Library took place on Wednesday, starting at 4 p.m. The law library is being housed inside the Starkville Public Library.
Spring is in season and Starkvilleâ€™s community garden is open to the public.
Starkville Parks and Recreation Director Herman Peters said the garden is off to as strong a start as any heâ€™s seen since he took over managing parks, with 17 of 30 plots already rented. Still, he said thereâ€™s plenty of space for additional rentals.
There was a chance that Josh Robinson was going to return for his senior year.
Instead, he decided to opt out of his final season at Mississippi State and try his hand in professional football.
That leaves the Bulldogs without its leading rusher from last year's squad, but this spring has shown that life will go on without Robinson.
The Starkville Academy Volunteers took on one of the best Wednesday.
In doubleheader action against the Division I, North Half leading Madison-Ridgeland Academy, Starkville Academy split a home doubleheader on Wednesday.
The visiting Patriots had the early edge as it won game one 6-3, but the Vols bounced back to take the second game 4-0.