April 8th, 2015
Lucky Dog Productions will bring its barrel racing series to the Mississippi Horse Park this weekend. The event marks the second time this year the parkâ€™s horse stalls will be sold out, according to Horse Park facility director Bricklee Miller.
The barrel races will run Friday-Sunday and are free to the public. The Mississippi Horse Park is located on Poorhouse Road.
Sometimes winning is not all about scoring runs.
On Tuesday evening, the Starkville Academy Volunteers proved just that as they stood behind strong defense and a solid pitching performance from Caleb Griffin to claim a 4-2 victory over visiting Heritage Academy Patriots.
The Starkville Yellowjackets may have lost a baseball game on Tuesday night, but they still found a reason to celebrate.
With a 5-0 loss by Columbus to Madison Central in Lowndes County, the Jackets earned a playoff spot in Class 6A.
Sometimes it's not what you know, it's how you know.
If I had a nickel for every time my late grandmother said those words to me, let's just say I'd have quite a bit of money on my hands right now.
There isn't a quarterback controversy at Mississippi State this spring.
Dak Prescott enters his final spring practices with the Bulldogs as the full-fledged starter, and nobody who watched last season will argue with that.
There could be, however, a scrum for the backup position.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors spent much of Mondayâ€™s meeting discussing the state of the roads in the county, although not much action was taken during the meeting regarding the roadways.
Â It appears the days of having a meter reader stop by your house once a month to read and record your utility usage may soon become a thing of the past. It canâ€™t be soon enough for utility department heads who said locked gates and aggressive pets not to mention the large turn-over in a college town have created problems for utility companies.
Two Starkville civic leaders will be honored next week during National Volunteer Week for their continued service above and beyond the call of duty.
When Charles Darwin sailed his voyage of the Beagle in 1831, his route took him through the Galapagos Islands. He performed additional research for several years once returning to London, before publishing the books that made him famous â€” â€śThe Voyage of the Beagleâ€ť and â€śOn the Origin of Species.â€ť
MABEN â€“ Blink and your kids will be grown before you know it.
Corey Stidham is all too familiar with this adage and it is one of the driving forces behind his decision to step down as boysâ€™ basketball coach at East Webster.