January 8th, 2015
The Starkville Board of Aldermen approved an amended resolution of intent to issue up to $3 million in certificates of participation on a 6-1 vote at its meeting Tuesday.
Ward 4 Alderman Jason Walker voted against the measure.
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Starkville Police Department has âstrong leadsâ on at least one person with suspected connections to a rash weekend of apartment break-ins.
The Mississippi Economic Council (MEC) is looking to compile more accurate data on the challenges and strengths of various regions throughout the state, and on Thursday, Jan. 22, the local business community will have the chance to weigh in.
Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer spent much of Monday night putting film together to show his team.
The film wasn't all on the Arkansas Razorbacks, tonight's opponent, but there were things that Schaefer wanted the Bulldogs to see about themselves.
It really didn't surprise Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer that senior point guard Jerica James had a career-high in points last Sunday.
He has observed James' preparation in practice and knew it was going to pay off for her.
The Tennessee Volunteers gave the Mississippi State Bulldogs plenty of chances to take a lead and even win the ballgame.
The Volunteers committed 32 fouls and saw three players foul out, but the Bulldogs only shot 55 percent (24-of-44) from the free-throw line.
It cost MSU on the scoreboard.
Clyde Frederick âStarchyâ Wade passed away Tuesday, January 6, 2015 at the Mississippi Veterans Home in Kosciusko.Â Funeral Services will be held at 11a.m., Saturday, January 10th, at First Presbyterian Church with the Reverend Dr. Martin Lifer and Dr.
"The program made a great choice in the hiring of coach (Manny) Diaz."
Those are the words of former Mississippi State cornerback and East Webster High School player Johnthan Banks, now with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Banks is one of 10 Bulldogs from the past that are on National Football League rosters and were coached by Diaz during his time as the defensive coordinator at MSU in 2010.
MABEN â True basketball tournament style play is something that is starting to fall by the wayside. That is until teams enter into the postseason.
East Webster plans to remedy that situation this week as they welcome a host of area teams like Choctaw County, Nanih Waiya and Ethel to campus.
ACKERMAN â Youth has definitely been served with Choctaw County's basketball teams this season.
On the Lady Chargers side, the starting five normally consists of three freshmen and two sophomores while the boysâ squad features just two seniors. Still that has not stopped the teams from enjoying a bit of success this season.