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June 5th

MSU's Neal knows a little bit about Virginia

June 5, 2013

The Mississippi State Bulldogs don't have to look far to get their questions answered about the trip they are making to Virginia.
All they have to do is turn to their strength coach Brian Neal.

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Lady Vols receive State championship rings

June 5, 2013

It’s been roughly three months since the Starkville Academy Lady Volunteers made their run to a trio of State titles, and things are finally starting to set in for coach Glenn Schmidt and her team of champions.

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Mississippi State values SEC revenue sharing plan

June 5, 2013

The Southeastern Conference has led the way when it comes college sports.
This year was no different.
The SEC will distribute approximately $289.4 million to the 14 schools in the league as part of the revenue sharing plan for the 2012-13 fiscal year, which ends Aug. 31.

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Wolverines look to increase speed during the offseason

June 5, 2013

Coach Doug Wilson has identified one area where the East Webster Wolverines have to improve if they are going to be the type of improved football team they want this fall.
It's going to take speed, speed and more speed.

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Heritage Museum brings seashell exhibit

June 5, 2013

Starkville residents may not have to travel far to get a taste of the beach this summer, thanks to a new exhibit at the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum.

The seashell-themed exhibit, which features eclectic items such as a lamp and miniature car made of shells, will be open all summer and coincide with a museum scavenger hunt volunteer coordinator Diana Crabtree created.

Local hotel to appear on FOX show

June 5, 2013

FOX Broadcasting Network is sending one of its brashest, bluntest critics to Starkville to help whip one of the city’s historic sites into shape.

DNA clears Vail in cold murder case

June 5, 2013

Starkville Police Department said on Tuesday the DNA from William Vail does not match the DNA profile of the perpetrator of a double homicide from Sept. 3, 1990.

Aldermen appoint new prosecutor

June 5, 2013

Starkville Board of Aldermen appointed Caroline Moore as the city’s new prosecutor Tuesday during the board’s regularly scheduled meeting. She will be compensated $50,000 per year for the position.

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NPS gives Mill project green light

June 5, 2013

The National Park Service expressed its positive opinion of the long-discussed hotel/conference center project at the Cooley Center on Tuesday, which project leaders said would help it advance to the next round of planning and implementation.

Wiseman wins

June 5, 2013

After a hard-fought campaign in both camps, Democratic incumbent Parker Wiseman claimed victory over Republican challenger Dan Moreland on Tuesday.

Counting absentee and machine votes citywide, Wiseman took 2,299 votes to Moreland's 1,817.

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