Archive - Sep 2010
Mississippi State Universityâ€™s enrollment rose by more than 1,000 students this fall over last, preliminary numbers released Thursday by state higher education officials showed.
The rivalry between West Oktibbeha and East Oktibbeha needs no extra fuel on the fire.
â€śWear a lifejacket.â€ť
Itâ€™s a simple, potentially life-saving message U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials hope to convey through an awareness campaign â€“Â with a Bulldog twist.
The downtown shuttle running for Mississippi State University home football games will take fans to and from campus with three stops overall.
A Downtown Block Party â€” the first event in a series of pre-Mississippi State home football game events entitled Viva StarkVegas â€” is set to take place today on Main Street in downtown Starkville.
EUPORA â€” A graveside funeral for Bobbie Jo Bell Brown will be today at Clarkson Cemetery in Webster County.
From the eastern edge of Mississippi State University to the western stretch of Highway 12, volunteers fanned out across Starkville Wednesday to spruce up the community in advance of Saturdayâ€™s MSU fo
Mississippi Highway Patrol officials have released the names of those involved in Tuesday afternoonâ€™s fatality crash on U.S. 82.
Two Starkville and Oktibbeha County law enforcement agencies will receive a funding boost from the federal government for equipment purchases
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When Dr. Tomasz Haupt lived in Poland, the Communist Party Central government controled everything. He called it â€ścentral planning.â€ťÂ