Monthly Archives: January 2016

Newman, Weatherspoon rally MSU past Ole Miss

From school reports STARKVILLE – Growing up in the state of Mississippi, Malik Newman and Quinndary Weatherspoon were both aware of the Mississippi State-Ole Miss rivalry before taking the floor at the Humphrey Coliseum. When the lights came on and…

News of Yesteryear – 01/27/2016

Six years ago this week–From the files of the January 27, 2010, Choctaw Plaindealer Motion to repel supes board order failed By Amanda McBride A motion to resend a recent order of the Choctaw County Supervisors failed without a second…

Jail Docket – 01/27/2016

The Choctaw County Sheriff’s Dept filed 29 miscellaneous incident reports and 10 incident offense reports last week. 1/16/16 Fred Baber B/M 7/19/87 APD Public Drunk 1/16/16 Melody Rushing Stagg W/F 12/11/72 CSO Burglary of a Dwelling, Poss. of Control Sub.…

New director targets nutrition, health issues

STARKVILLE, Miss. — Sylvia Byrd is committed to improving the nutrition and health of low-resource households through her efforts as the new project director for the Mississippi State University Extension Service Office of Nutrition Education.

Letter to the Editor – 01/27/2016

A thank you The best and most beautiful Things in the world cannot Be seen or even touched They must be felt with the heart -Helen Keller It’s during this difficult time that we learn how much our friends really…

Nutrition vulnerabilities increase as adults age

By Linda Breazeale MSU Ag Communications STARKVILLE, Miss. — Even people who can eat almost anything when they are young will eventually begin monitoring their calories, cholesterol, fiber, sodium or sugar as they get older. Brent Fountain, associate professor of…

GCS honor roll

Grace Christian School Honor Roll 1st Grade Headmaster: Cade Gregory, Marshall Miller, Laci Montgomery, Eli Burdine, and Charlie Peeples 2nd Grade Headmaster: Allie Jenkins, Brooklyn Prince, Sterling Chambers, Cooper Randle, Daniel Butler and Ian Petite. 2nd Grade Honor Roll: Emmett…

Editorial Roundup – 01/27/2016

Eaton a victim of ‘home cooking’ It was clear from the start that the Republicans in the state House of Representatives were going to figure out a way to overturn an election in east Mississippi that kept them one vote…