November 20th, 2013
An issue that arose during the aldermen comments section of Tuesdayâ€™s Starkville Board of Aldermen meeting briefly stole the spotlight from the proposed boardroom cell phone ban.
An issue that has caused an uproar among citizens since Friday fell softly to the sound of silence during Tuesdayâ€™s Starkville Board of Aldermen meeting.
hen Herman Boone, the high school football coach played by Denzel Washington in â€śRemember the Titans,â€ť came to Mississippi State Universityâ€™s Colvard Student Union Ballroom Wednesday night, dozens of people were gathering outside hoping to get seats.
A major first step toward Mississippi Highway Patrol keeping an office in Oktibbeha County came to fruition Tuesday when MHP representatives received a deed to 10 acres of property on which to build a new substation for District 5, Troop G.
Starkville Police Department will host an annual free child ID program on Saturday.
The program, called Lynda Clardyâ€™s Child ID Program, will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Starkville Wal-Mart, located at 1010 Highway 12 West.
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The Starkville High School Yellowjackets have three running backs that like to fly fast and sting hard.
That's the motto for the SHS athletic department and the trio of Jacquez Horsley, LaDorrious Pittman and Darius Grayer are good examples of that on the football field.
The Jackets have used the production from the running game to take momentum from the regular season into the playoffs.
EUPORA â€“ A question mark surrounded the Eupora offensive line to start the football season.
Even the Eagles' coach was not sure what was going to materialize up front, but with time and some adjusting of the schemes, a strong front force came to fruition.
There has been a huge emphasis on the military at football games across the state and the country over the last few days.
With Veterans Day taking place last week and November being Military Appreciation Month, there have been plenty of opportunities to thank those who have fought for our country and continue to do so.
Mississippi State head coach Rick Ray has been adamant that his team needed to get Gavin Ware more touches in the paint.
His team seemed to listen Tuesday night.
Ware got over 20 touches and scored a career-high 23 points as the Bulldogs rolled to an easy 94-72 victory over in-state foe Mississippi Valley State inside Humphrey Coliseum.Â