Archive - Oct 19, 2010
The murder trial for an Oktibbeha County woman in the November 2009 fatal shooting of her husband while he was hunting has been postponed until January.
More than half a mile of a pedestrian-heavy street will become safer for all its travelers next year.
One small Mississippi town, a country store/service station, plenty of memorable characters, plus somewhat dysfunctional parents and assorted relatives shape the world of an only child growing up in t
Reed, Hospital roads to be closed this week due to construction
Sections of Reed Road will be closed at intermittent times Thursday to allow for asphalt patching ahead of a major repaving.
Mississippi State police are searching for a suspect in the reported mugging of a female student as she walked toward an off-campus apartment complex Tuesday afternoon.
One of the stateâ€™s top football prospects has verbally committed to Mississippi State.
Nearly a month ago, the East Oktibbeha football team walked off of its home field after just suffering a defeat at the hands of Noxapater.
Starkville High School will experience a first this weekend when the school hosts a cross country meet at the Mississippi State Horse Park.
The Starkville Academy boys cross country team place second overall at the North AAA Regional meet on Monday with four individuals placing in the top 20.
The Cake Box
...offers a variety of MSU-themed cookies and cakes, just in time for Homecoming!