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December 1st

Troy Dempsey Criddle, Jr.

December 1, 2014

West Point, MS – Mr. Troy Dempsey Criddle, Jr., 60, passed away on November 30, 2014, at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo.

Football not done at Davis Wade: MHSAA championships to be held at MSU's field

December 1, 2014

CLINTON – Football at Davis Wade Stadium may be over for Mississippi State this season, but the last game has not yet been played on Scott Field.

Mississippi State officials vow to provide a good experience

December 1, 2014

CLINTON – The Junction, Mississippi State's tailgate area outside of Davis Wade Stadium, creates a buzz usually seven Saturdays in the fall.
Many people fill the small, compact area to get ready for a Bulldog football game, then Davis Wade becomes a mecca for three hours for loyal fans to cheer on their team.

Starkville plans to show MHSAA teams good time

December 1, 2014

CLINTON – It has been the goal for all of the high school football teams all season to make it to Starkville.

Hazelwood will not return as MSU volleyball coach

December 1, 2014

Mississippi State volleyball coach Jenny Hazelwood will not return to her post next season, the school announced Monday.
She will be reassigned to an administrative position within the athletic department.

BOA to consider bid for Lafayette St. work

December 1, 2014

The Starkville Board of Aldermen will consider a $10,050 bid on the first phase of proposed accessibility and aesthetic improvements along Lafayette Street at its regular meeting Tuesday.
The bid, from JCV Construction, is about $50 higher than the $10,000 scope the board set for the project. Starkville Mayor Parker Wiseman said whether aldermen could accept it is up to the board.

Christmas Parade slated for tonight

December 1, 2014

As a competitor on American Idol, Miss Mississippi, and a finalist in the Miss America Pageant, Columbus native Jasmine Murray has made several appearances on national television. But this holiday season, she’s making a guest appearance on Starkville’s own local television station, WOBV 5.

Herring makes impact with Scouts

December 1, 2014

Those who know John Herring say his reliability is a strength, not only for himself, but for the community.
Herring is widely known for his long-term volunteer work as an assistant scoutmaster for Starkville’s Boy Scout Troop 14.

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November 30th

Mullen, Bulldogs continue to strive for championships

November 30, 2014

Dan Mullen has been adamant about winning a championship at Mississippi State since he took over the program in 2009.
Things were looking good for Mullen and the Bulldogs this season. They started the season 9-0, but lost to Alabama on the road. Even after that loss, MSU was still in a position to compete for a championship.
That was derailed on Saturday.

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