On a recent weekday morning, driving north on Seventh Street, I sped up as I approached Main Street. The usual interminably red stoplight at that intersection was green.
STARKVILLE — After a loss against Oxford last week, the Starkville High School football team was looking to rebound in a big way. The Yellow
Along with the season, the landscape in the Prairie changes. Beyond the lake dam the field is a cover of white like a blanket. Some call it a southern snow, but we know it as a cotton field. It’s not unusual to see cars pull over and a family tumbling out for photographs. No doubt the picture will be sent to others or find itself on a Christmas card.
When Caledonia High School volleyball players take the floor tonight in the MHSAA Class 4A semifinals, they will see a very familiar foe on the
The United States is one of the richest societies on earth — but one with more than its share of poverty. While American capitalism has done wonders to raise living standards for the great majority of people, it has left millions out of this prosperity.
The sophomore goalkeeper is one of the best at her position in the country, according to teammates and coaches.
Patrick Mahomes threw for 337 yards and three touchdowns while running for another score, and the Kansas City Chiefs came back from a dismal first
Max Scherzer got his 3,000th career strikeout and took a perfect game into the eighth inning as the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the San Diego
NEW YORK — A game from the end of his bid for what would have been the first Grand Slam in men’s tennis since 1969,
There’s nothing like an easy win to welcome a coach back to the sidelines. That was the case Thursday night in Columbus as New Hope
Jameis Winston picked opportune moments to let it fly in first NFL start since 2019. Winston completed touchdown passes of 43 and 29 yards to
Graduation losses are a fact of life in high school football, but sometimes the holes left behind by graduating seniors are just a bit bigger.
Dr. King didn’t know the half of it.
This week, Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York resigned his office. It was a stunning turnabout for a man who had been proclaimed a hero of the republic by the entire media just last year, even as he presided over the worst COVID-19 spike in the United States and covered up the deaths of thousands of nursing-home patients.
WEST POINT — Too many mistakes plus too much Jett Harrell equaled a one-sided loss for the Oak Hill Academy softball team Monday. Harrell, who
Bringing Starkville High School’s softball program back to prominence just isn’t a big enough goal for new coach Brittany Tillery. “I want to make softball
The winds blew, the thunder roared and the lightning flashed. There was a loud “boom,” a flash of light through the house, a scream, then everything went dark.
If Starkville Academy girls soccer coach John Morgan learned anything about his team Thursday, it was that the Volunteers just don’t give up. That was
Mississippi State’s Erica Bougard placed ninth in the heptathlon at the Tokyo Olympic Games. Bougard’s 6,379 points were 211 shy of podium pace and 412
Despite jumping out to a 3-0 lead, Starkville Little League dropped a 6-4 decision to North Boulder Little League (Boulder, Colorado) in the opening game