September 17th, 2010
The largest fire that ever broke out in Starkville occurred on April 25, 1875 and is known as the Great Fire.Â It started about 10 PM on Lafayette Street about 100 feet from Main Street.
Girl Scout Troop No. 20349 recently held their welcome back/fellowship meeting at Barnhillâ€™s restaurant on August 30, 2010.
Dr. David and Kelly Cheatham announce the birth of their daughter, Brooklyn Jane Cheatham. Brooklyn was born on June 24, 2010 at 7:05 p.m.
Bobby and Faye Bryan recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary by revisiting Daytona Beach, Fla., where they honeymooned 60 years ago. They were married August 25, 1960 by Dr. J.D.
Two nouns in our English language epitomize as the perfect example one very elegant and truly southern lady as these nouns, agelessness and timelessness, 101 years on this earth, Elizabeth Gwin!
There are no Vegas lines for high school sporting events, but if there were, it's safe to say Starkville Academy would be considered the underdog in tonight's home matchup against Jackson Academy.
Jamie Mitchell has experienced several firsts this season as the head football coach of the Starkville Yellowjackets.
Eupora head coach Junior Graham comes into tonight's home game against Calhoun City with something he hasn't had all season: a bona fide starting tailback.
It took eight games, but Starkville High's volleyball team finally proved to be mortal at home Thursday night against division rival Tupelo.
It took five overtimes to complete, but the Armstrong Middle School Yellowjackets from Starkville dropped a 28-26 decision to Tupelo Thursday night.