April 15th, 2014
Anyone who attended Friday night's series-opening game between Mississippi State and Alabama could see that the Bulldogs were going to put up quite a fight against the second-ranked Crimson Tide.
After losing the first game 5-1, MSU came back to defeat Alabama 4-2 on Saturday and 4-3 on Sunday to win the series.
The grind continues today for the Mississippi State women's tennis team.
After finishing the regular season schedule with Southeastern Conference road matches at Missouri last Friday and at Texas A&M Sunday, the Bulldogs have returned to Columbia, Mo., for the SEC Tournament.
Mississippi Highway Patrol on Monday identified the victim of a fatal apparent Sunday morning hit-and-run incident on Highway 82 West as 26-year-old Carson B. Park of Gordo, Ala.
The incident happened near Center Grove.
Voter ID is less about mitigating voter fraud, according to Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann, and more about executing the will of the people.
Scouts, volunteers and supporters of the Pushmataha Area Council, including United States Senator Thad Cochran (R-Pontotoc) gathered at Mississippi State Universityâs Hunter Henry Center Monday night for the yearly On My Honor Dinner for Scouting.
Ed French opened his speech at the Starkville Rotary Club meeting on Monday by stating he is ânot your typical academic.â
French is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at Mississippi State University. He is also the interim director of The John C. Stennis Institute of Government.Â
Alison Owen arrived at Mississippi State two years ago to join the softball team.
Not only did the girl affectionately known as âA.O.â become a Bulldog, but she has pitched her way into some impressive honors.
Mississippi State has fallen on some tough times.
The Bulldogs have lost their last two Southeastern Conference series, including a sweep to LSU and a disappointing effort against in-state rival Ole Miss.
After a 12-2 loss to the Rebels on Sunday, MSU head coach John Cohen hinted that things will head in a different direction.
The fitness realm at Starkville Parks and Recreation Department is really starting to get warmed up.
SPRD director Herman Peters decided to begin a class on fitness at the Starkville Sportsplex and expects the participation to grow more as the summer approaches.
Services for Edward G. Havard, Sr., 94, of Natchez, who died Friday, April 11, 2014 at the Magnolia House, will be at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 15 at Laird Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Ralph Webber and the Rev. Dillon Wickliffe officiating.
Burial will follow at Greenlawn Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Laird Funeral Home.