June 3rd, 2011
Residents from Starkville, Tupelo and Vicksburg listen as author and national authority on poverty Philip DeVol explains Bridges Out of Poverty, a program he created based on a book by the same name.
By MATTHEW STEVENS
Mississippi State sophomore defensive back Dennis Thames has been dismissed from the football program for multiple violations of team policy.
By JOEL COLEMAN
Soon enough, Courtney Moore will be taking her basketball skills to Meridian Community College.
By DANNY P. SMITH
Shockwave coach Robert Gonzalez cares about swimmers of this area so much that he wants to expose them to the best instruction possible.
By STEVEN NALLEY
In the last few years of Dr. Douglas Connerâ€™s life, Everlyn Johnson was in charge of a childrenâ€™s Christmas program at Second Baptist Missionary Church.
By CARL SMITH
An inmate who escaped captivity from the Choctaw County Courthouse Wednesday died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Brian Mobley, Mississippi Highway Patrol spokesman, said John Bush, 62, of Starkville, was killed when the Toyota Corolla he was driving collided with a Ford Ranger at the intersection on Mississippi
By COLLEEN MCCARTHY
Thirty-one percent of people in Oktibbeha County live below the poverty line.
Thatâ€™s compared to 13 percent nationally, and 20 percent statewide.
Carl Smith has been named news editor of Starkville Daily News. He began his duties Tuesday.