September 22nd, 2010
The influence of coaches David Hogan, Cleveland Hudson and Chuck Friend helped turn Starkville's Tony Akins into a professional football career.
The merger between Cadence and Trustmark banks was "the best strategy and opportunity for all of our stakeholders," the Cadence's CEO said tonight.
What is generally called Starkvilleâ€™s â€śindustrial parkâ€ť is more of a manufacturing center, some officials say.
Starkville police will begin closing streets for Friday nightâ€™s Bulldog Bash early Friday morning.
Bulldog Wrecker crews used their 50-ton-capacity wrecker to right a tractor-trailer truck which overturned in the U.S. 82-Highway 25 interchange late Tuesday afternoon.
The man taking the helm at 4-County Electric Power Association returns "home" to the place he got his start in the field with 15 years' experience leading cooperatives in two other states.
Mississippi Stateâ€™s head football coach saw Georgiaâ€™s starting quarterback as a high school freshman and thought then he would be a player heâ€™d like to coach.
As Starkville High honored its 2010 slow pitch softball seniors Tuesday, Lady Yellowjackets head coach Lisa Spencer couldn't help but see the moment as bittersweet.
The Starkville Academy girls softball team has an early wake-up call today to begin its quest for a Class AAA-North championship and a spot in the state tournament.
The restaurant derives itâ€™s name from Mississippi State Universityâ€™s first mascot, named Ptolemy â€”after Claudius Ptolemy, an influential Greek astronomer and geographer.