September 21st, 2012
For Starkville Daily News
Over 250 MSU alumni and friends are expected to take part in the 19th Annual Oktibbeha County MSU Alumni Associationâs Bulldog Blast scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 29.
My high school friends and I took a road trip this weekend and had to pull off the road several times to yuk-it-up over some gaff we had made while pretending to be tech-savvy.
I saw a landscape of a waterscape tower, and was inspired to sketch and paint a landscape of a scene of water. What is a water tower? It almost looked like a tall insect with an elevated tank to give pressure for distributing water to citizens of Starkville, which has been known as having the most refreshing and tasteful water in all of Mississippi.
By MATT CRANE
Claire Spradling's mother always said, "I wish someone in the family would be a writer."
After 25 years working as a Registered Dietician, Spradling left her position in the medical field and after years of working is ready to debut her first novel, "Duress."
There's one particular number that makes Starkville High School defensive coordinator Brooks Oakley uncomfortable going into the Class 5A, Region 2, District 6 schedule.
The Yellowjackets have given up 25 points per game and that's too much in Oakley's mind.
Starkville Academy football coach Jeff Terrill respects Jackson Prep and what its done.
The No. 2 ranked Patriots (5-0, 1-0) in the Associated Press Private School poll, come in fresh off a 9-0 win over Class 5A opponent Pearl last Thursday night. Patriot head coach Ricky Black got his 300th career win.
East Oktibbeha football coach Randy Brooks has been emphasizing the importance of tonight's game against West Lowndes to his team all week.
Not only will it be a game between neighboring schools, it also determines positioning in the Class A, Region 3, District 4 race.
By MATT CRANE
Lee Boulevard will be filled with the sights and sounds of Hispanic culture Friday as the Holmes Cultural Diversity Center celebrates its second annual âSalsa in the Streets.â
Communication is a big key in most sports.
The Starkville High School volleyball team showed on Thursday night how crucial communication can be.
The Lady Yellowjackets beat the Ackerman Lady Indians 3-0 at the Beehive.
SHS (13-11, 3-0) got off to a good start winning the first set 25-14.
The Lady Jackets talked on every volley.
By NATHAN GREGORY
The case of former First Baptist Church Creative Learning Center child care provider Dianna Lynn Covin has been continued and will go before a grand jury in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court early next year.