Billie Crowell has lived in her home on Nashville Ferry Road for 30 years. For most of that time, she had to make do with a single window-unit air-conditioner, which meant many uncomfortable Mississippi summers.
Last year I wrote a letter to the editor over my dissatisfaction with the fans at Mississippi State home games.
Temperatures are on the rise in Northeast Mississippi. Most people simply adjust the thermostat, but others don’t have that luxury.
As Minnesota Vikings fans were getting ready for the final game at the Metrodome last December, officials at Whelan Security noticed social media chatter suggesting some of the faithful might rush the field and try to steal a piece of history.
When Sven Kramer wins Olympic gold, he likes to celebrate by communing with the Dutch fans who worship him. Four years ago at the Vancouver Games, 3,000 packed a cavernous hall and went wild when Kramer appeared.
MSU exodus I am a first time season ticket holder for MSU football. I do not have ties to MSU or the state of Mississippi.
As Mississippi State prepares for its first football game of the season, a 2:30 p.m. contest against Alcorn State on Saturday at Davis Wade Stadium, university officials have developed guidelines for fans.
By Friday afternoon — when the last out of Mississippi State’s 4-1 win over Oregon State had secured the Bulldogs a spot in the College World Series championship series, the river of excitement produced by Mississippi State’s baseball team had become a torrent.
Starkville resident Kim Dier does not believe that she is an overly superstitious person.
Yet, there she was following the same pre-game routine before each of the Mississippi State University baseball team’s victories over the University of Virginia at the Charlottesville Super Regional.