November 11th, 2014
First United Methodist Churchâ€™s Annual Christmas Handworks Bazaar will return for its ninth year on Thursday.
The bazaar, which will feature 40 booths of Mississippi artisans, will take place from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the churchâ€™s Christian Life Center.
On Nov. 19, long before Mississippi State University journeys to the University of Mississippi in Oxford for the Egg Bowl, each school will send football teams of a another kind to MSUâ€™s campus for a different kind of Egg Bowl.
Many have stories about the difference Habitat for Humanity can make, including Starkville Rotary Club President Michelle Amos.
Mississippi State's Southeastern Conference Western Division hopes are usually shattered early in the season.
The Bulldogs tend to find themselves out of the race before they have played four conference games â€“ half of the conference slate. That has been the case the last few seasons.
Her time was 18 minutes and 30 seconds.
That is the girlsâ€™ Mississippi state cross country 5K record which Christina Daniels of Tupelo has held all year. No one knew that number better than Kate Mattox and this past Saturday the Starkville High sophomore crushed that time to win her fourth Cross Country State Championship.
The Starkville Christian School Cougars kept the game close for a half against the visiting Hebron Christian Eagles Monday night.
Hebron coach Bruce Frank was actually glad to see the competitive action early.
That gave him an opportunity to work with his Eagles with the game on the line.
After leading 25-17 at halftime, Hebron pulled away in the second half and won a 67-46 decision.
Fire officials are advising the public to use care when heating homes as autumnâ€™s temperatures continue to drop for the winter.
According to the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA), in 2011, heating fires accounted for an estimated 53,600 home fires across the U.S. Those fires led to 400 deaths, 1,520 injuries and $893 million in direct property damage.
Three people were hospitalizedÂ Saturday nightÂ after a two-vehicle collision on Highway 25.
Mississippi Highway Patrol Sgt. Criss Turnipseed said the accident happened aboutÂ 7:15 p.m.Â when a northbound 1997 Buick Riviera crossed over the median and struck a southbound 2013 Honda Civic. The collision happened south of the Highway 25-Longview Road intersection.
Itâ€™s hard for any visitors to Starkville City Hall, especially those who go in the morning on most days, to miss Mary Adams.
Mississippi State's mantra was "We Believe" heading to Alabama at 7-0 in 2012.
It didn't work out too well for the Bulldogs, as they dropped a 38-7 decision to the Crimson Tide and lost four of their last five games to end the season.Â