Archive - Oct 22, 2010
The Oktibbeha County School District is helping students succeed with the help of a technology grant.
Troop 45 scout Cole Wood is using his eagle scout project as a way to give back to his church.
More then 4,000 fourth graders visited Mississippi Stateâ€™s forest products complex to learn about the magic of wood.
A company which started from research at Mississippi State University will go forward with a major investor aboard with employment and market expansion plans on the horizon.
The funeral for AnnaÂ Perkins-Gibson will held be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Mt. Peiler Missionary Baptist Church by Mt. Peiler Cemetery.
The Rev. Dr. Charlie F. Barnes Sr. will officiate.
MABEN â€” A memorial service for Robert Morgan will be held on Saturday at 10 a.m. at Memorial Burial Park in Wheelersburg, Ohio.
A significant portion of a long-discussed multi-use development adjacent to Mississippi State University got a major jump start Thursday as state higher education officials approved a lease agreement
It was government vs. liberty Thursday night when local residents addressed city Transportation Committee members about sidewalk regulations.
A man convicted on a cocaine possession charge went AWOL during his Oktibbeha County Circuit Court trial on Thursday.
Nancy Loome is on a mission to improve education in the state of Mississippi.