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Questions answered: Offensive line rotation working for Bulldogs

October 22, 2014

Mississippi State's offensive line was one of the biggest question marks entering this season.
The Bulldogs lost two starters – guard Gabe Jackson who is playing for the Oakland Raiders and tackle Charles Siddoway – from last year's unit. The Bulldogs lost tackle Damian Robinson before the season started, but they haven't missed a beat and many might say they've played better.

Craig enjoyed time serving SHS, county

October 22, 2014

Jim Craig loved his time serving the people of Starkville and Oktibbeha County.
He spent eight years as the head football coach of the Starkville Yellowjackets and his tenure probably would have been longer if the financial situation would have been different in those days.

Opposing viewpoint: Murrah more than just about dangerous Dear

October 22, 2014

The ability to make a big play at any time can be a dangerous aspect for any football team.
Starkville High School head coach Jamie Mitchell says the Jackson Murrah Mustangs have that capability.

Opposing viewpoint: Heritage Academy strives to be a postseason team

October 22, 2014

One game at a time.
That is exactly how Heritage Academy has progressed through the football season thus far. No matter win or lose, the Patriots keep moving forward toward their end of year goal of being a postseason team.

Recruiting philosophy is working for Mullen

October 22, 2014

Dan Mullen's recruiting philosophy has been talked about quite a bit in the last month.
The Mississippi State head coach has taken a Bulldog team from unranked to the top team in the country. Mullen and his coaching staff didn't do that with a surplus of 5- and 4-star recruits, rather with 2- and 3-star recruits they developed.

Kindergarten test scores lagging

October 22, 2014

More than 65 percent of kindergartners statewide, including students at Sudduth Elementary School and both West and East Oktibbeha County elementary schools, scored below the Mississippi Department of Education’s kindergarten readiness benchmark on a new statewide exam issued in August.

GTR hosts emergency drill Tuesday

October 22, 2014

A simulated mid-air collision scenario at the Golden Triangle Regional Airport drew first responders from across the region Tuesday morning to go through preparations for a worst-case scenario.
Golden Triangle Regional Airport (GTR) holds such exercises once every three years to ensure local responders are prepared to respond to such an event if needed, said GTR Executive Director Mike Hainsey.

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