Archive - Nov 2010
The funeral for EmmaÂ Halbert will be Monday at 1 p.m. at Pine Grove M.B. Church with burial in a public cemetery. The Rev. Charles Brown will officiate.
An Oktibbeha County Circuit Court judge on Friday lowered the bond for murder suspect Dennis Thompson, who is facing possible indictment by the Grand Jury on in the May 22 shooting death of a 25-year-
Brunswick stew, sandwiches and snacks, pies, cakes and many more delectable delights are in store for visitors at todayâ€™s Oktoc Country Store.
Shareholders of Cadence Bank will vote in early December on whether to take the bank private and sell their stakes in the publicly-traded financial company.
JACKSON â€” The Mississippi Supreme Court has ordered a new evidentiary hearing for Kristi Fulgham, who challenged her conviction of passing a cell phone and charger to another inmate in the Oktibbeha C
A former Mississippi State quarterback has said a person associated with Auburn quarterback Cameron Newton or his family solicited money in order to get him to sign a national letter-of-intent to that
Members of the Starkville cross country leave had an early weekend wake-up call this morning to participate in the Class 6A state meet.
First it was Austin Kinard, then it was Jordan Graham, Jon Michael Robinson and Adam Crittenden.
Starkville Academy girls basketball coach Glenn Schmidt could have spent a great deal of time worrying about the shots that didn't go in Thursday night against Lamar School.
Starkville High freshman Emily Turner is a straight-A student and a â€śrespectful young lady,â€ť according to her teacher Marica Neal, and that is why she is this weekâ€™s academic all-star.