April 22nd, 2015
Mississippi State freshman Logan Cooke was talking duck hunting with Josiah Phillips, when Devon Bell came to him before last year's Texas A&M game with some bad news.
Bell hurt himself during the warmup phase and wasn't sure if he was going to be able to kick.
Sure enough he couldn't go and Cooke got his first taste of college football against a top 10 team.
No one had to remind Mississippi State softball coach Vann Stuedeman that her team had lost five-straight games.
Her Bulldogs made sure that total didn't grow to six on Wednesday night.
MSU used nine hits to score 11 runs and defeated the Memphis Tigers 11-3 in five innings. It was the final game in 19-year-old home facility for the Bulldogs.
Theater MSU is offering playgoers an experience very different from the typical play seen at the McComas Hall theater.
âThe Caucasian Chalk Circle,â directed by John Nara, will be presented today through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. nightly. The audience will be invited onto the stage to view the play.
Platforms have been built on the stage, where about 110 seats will be placed.
The state of Mississippiâs case against Willie âFlyâ Manning in the 1993 murder of two elderly women has come to a dead end after Mississippi 16th Circuit Judge Lee Howard approved an order ending the prosecution Monday in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
The sun will come out tomorrow, when Starkville Academyâs production of âAnnieâ opens.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen approved a resolution to issue $2.7 million in general obligation public improvement bonds during a brief Tuesday evening meeting in Starkville City Hall.
Everyone wants to be involved with a place where they are liked.
Josh Skinner believes he has found that at Hinds Community College in Raymond.
The Starkville High School boys basketball player signed a scholarship with Hinds on Wednesday afternoon inside the school gymnasium where he performed for the Yellowjackets.
Who is Conner Dunne?
To his soccer coach Brian Bennett, he is âone of the bestâ to ever grace the field for the Yellowjackets.
The process of a high school or junior college athlete putting a pen to a piece of paper should never be taken for granted.
Over the years, I've watched many young men and women sign scholarships and the significance of that act is always the same. It's very important.
Mississippi State may have several veterans, but the Bulldogs have a good many young players who will play vital roles in the fall.
Although spring practice ended Saturday with the Maroon and White game, seventh-year head coach Dan Mullen's biggest goal was to see how some of the younger guys handled things.