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Former Starkville High QB Brady Davis 'hoping for some football'

Posted 8/11/2020 in College Sports

The Missouri Valley Football Conference has officially postponed its conference competition to the spring.

 

Former MSU standouts Moreland, Woodruff thriving in truncated MLB season

Posted 8/10/2020 in Local Sports

Former Mississippi State standout Mitch Moreland is delivering for the Boston Red Sox so far in Major League Baseball's truncated season.

 

Clay supes OK $50 hazard pay for pollworkers in special election

Posted 8/7/2020 in Area

The Clay County Board of Supervisors on Thursday unanimously approved providing an extra $50 in hazard pay to each poll worker working the upcoming special election on Sept. 22 for the vacant Mississippi House of Representatives seat in District 37.

 

Analysis: With Robert Woodard II turning pro, what's the roster outlook for Mississippi State men's basketball?

Posted 8/5/2020 in College Sports

After Woodard chose to remain in the NBA draft, here's who is expected to play the biggest roles for the Bulldogs this season.

 

Plexiglass, face shields, being considered for upcoming elections

Posted 8/4/2020 in Area

Clay County Circuit Clerk Kim Brown Hood and Election Commissioner Chairman Lindy Ivy asked the Clay County Board of Supervisors Monday to look into acquiring plexiglass at voting precincts for the upcoming special election on Sept. 22 for the vacant Mississippi House of Representatives seat in District 37.

 

Mississippi State's Robert Woodard II stays in NBA draft

Posted 8/3/2020 in College Sports

While various college players announced a return to college over the past few days, Mississippi State's Robert Woodard II chose a different path.

 

Oak Hill plans greenhouse, garden for outdoor education

Posted 8/3/2020 in Area

Oak Hill Academy assistant principal Katie Ballard wanted to supplement the school curriculum in a way that was a little beyond the norm.

 

Atmos expanding natural gas service south of Starkville

Posted 7/31/2020 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Representatives from Mississippi State University, the Mississippi Public Service Commission and Atmos Energy gathered Thursday to announce a nearly $500,000 expansion of natural gas service south of Starkville.

 

Baseball architect talks of 'bittersweet' unveiling of most recent design

Posted 7/28/2020 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Major League Baseball's opening day last week was bittersweet for Mississippi State University graduate Janet Marie Smith.

 

Despite MHSAA delay, MAIS fall sports operating with on-time mindset

Posted 7/27/2020 in High School Sports

Earlier this month, the Mississippi High School Activities Association postponed the start date for all athletic events by two weeks. Late Monday night, reports surfaced that all Jackson Public Schools will be canceling all fall sports in the coming days.

 

Homeschool remains viable option for students in 2020

Posted 7/27/2020 in Business

With uncertainty surrounding public and private schools alike in the Golden Triangle this fall, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, homeschooling could be a real option for parents. No stranger to being new to a different learning method, Columbus resident Michelle Remson started homeschooling her two children last year.

 

Mississippi State men's basketball adds Alabama transfer Javian Davis

Posted 7/27/2020 in College Sports

STARKVILLE -- The Mississippi State men's basketball roster is rounding into shape.

 

Former MSU standouts big factor in MLB's opening weekend

Posted 7/26/2020 in College Sports

After taking months off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Major League Baseball saw its highly-anticipated opening weekend come and go last week. Several Mississippi State baseball alumni played prominent roles for various teams throughout the sport over the weekend.

 

Unemployment in Golden Triangle up slightly in June

Posted 7/23/2020 in Area

Unemployment numbers ticked up slightly in June across Lowndes, Clay and Oktibbeha counties, yet statewide unemployment numbers continued to decrease according to preliminary statistics released Tuesday by the Mississippi Department of Employment Security.

 

Mississippi State running back Kylin Hill receives key to the city of Columbus

Posted 7/21/2020 in College Sports

Kylin Hill has long dreamed of a day like Tuesday.

 

Derrick Zimmerman promoted to Mississippi State men's basketball Director of Scouting and Analytics

Posted 7/21/2020 in College Sports

Derrick Zimmerman will be promoted to Mississippi State men's basketball's director of scouting and analytics, the team announced Tuesday.

 

Monday Profile: Business owner to host back-to-college drive from her salon

Posted 7/20/2020 in Columbus & Lowndes County

For nearly two decades, Courtney Harris has been a hair stylist in Columbus. She's seen various sides of the beauty industry, working at different salons within city limits, providing house calls and eventually starting her own small business.

 

MSU, MUW, EMCC plan hybrid of online, in-person classes

Posted 7/20/2020 in Area

Mississippi State University, Mississippi University for Women and East Mississippi Community College all plan on utilizing a hybrid method of in-person and online courses this fall. Classes for all three schools are scheduled to begin on Aug. 17.

 

LCSD to implement full in-person learning plan starting Aug. 20

Posted 7/18/2020 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Lowndes County School District plans to start the school year with a hybrid learning method, then return to a fully in-person traditional method after two weeks.

 

Caledonia schools moving on from Confederate mascot

Posted 7/18/2020 in Columbus & Lowndes County

Caledonia schools are changing the name of their sports teams from the Confederates.

 

 

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