January 18th, 2011
Starkville Academy fourth grader Mary Beth Woodward always strives to do her best in everything shes does, and that is why she was nominated as this weekâ€™s academic all-star.
People all over the community will be rolling up their sleeves today for the annual service celebration commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
By MATTHEW STEVENS
Elgin Bailey is enrolled at Southeastern Louisiana University with the intent of playing basketball next season for the Lions program.
From Staff Reports
JACKSON â€“ For the third straight game, Starkville played in a down-to-the-wire basketball game. For the third straight time, the Jackets came up short.
After what seemed like workmanlike effort in dispatching of a clearly inferior Auburn team, Mississippi State head coach Rick Stansbury laughed at the idea his team was having more fun.
The 500th men's game at Humphrey Coliseum for Mississippi State had the same result as the first one, only this time it was a little easier than a little over 35 years ago.
Whichever school that acquired the services of Starkville High School's Chris Prater on the football field was going to have to meet all of his needs, including academics.
In celebration of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the Starkville Daily News asked residents â€śWhat impact do you think Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. has had on American culture?â€ť