September 19th, 2010
Preschoolers proudly display theirÂ K2 mountain collages after story hour at the Starkville Public Library.
Matthew Miller, grandson of Nancy and Guy Hargrove, shows â€śListen to the Windâ€ť to his grandparentsâ€™ dachshund, Heidi.
Dr. T. W. Rankin, 91 passed away at his residence in Starkville, on Friday, September 17, 2010.
Frecklesâ€™ is a wonderful one year oldÂ pointer mix who is looking for her forever family.Â
Freckles was rescued from an animal hoarder in Gulfport.Â
Mississippi State announced a few hours before kickoff Saturday that junior tight end Marcus Green did not make the trip with the team for the first road game of the season.
BATON ROUGE, La. â€“ From start to finish, Mississippi Stateâ€™s night in Baton Rouge was a disappointment.
One of eight children, Dr. T.W. Rankin grew up on a farm in Mendenhall, where he attended school, and graduated in 1937 as valedictorian and president of his senior class.
The funeral for Rosie V. Roach will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at Coleman Funeral Home in Ackerman with burial in Craig Springs Cemetery in Oktibbeha County. The Rev.
Oktibbeha County now has a new non-profit organization aimed at preparing and coordinating volunteers to support the local Emergency Management Agency in major emergency and disaster response.
Though numbers arenâ€™t final, Greater Starkville Development Partnership officials are taking a close look at a potential membership revenue shortfall, hoping it wonâ€™t pan out and pledging no reduction