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Archive - 2013

March 14th

Writers Group plans award ceremony

March 14, 2013

The Starkville Writers Group will hold an award ceremony for the essay contest's winners Saturday at the Book Mart and Cafe immediately after its second annual St. Patrick's Day celebration at noon in the same location.

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Homestead Center to host Local Artisan Expo

March 14, 2013

The Mississippi Modern Homestead Center is hosting the Local Artisan Expo at 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, giving area families insights into arts and crafts that are often handed down through generations.

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Gov. Phil Bryant signs 'Student Religious Liberties Act'

March 14, 2013

Gov. Phil Bryant on Thursday signed into law the “Student Religious Liberties Act,” which supporters say will protect Mississippi students’ freedom of religious expression.

Marszalek Speaker Series to host "Of Times and Race" discussion

March 14, 2013

The John F. and Jeanne A. Marszalek Library Fund and Lecture Series will continue at MSU Libraries on Wednesday, March 20, 2013, at 2 p.m. in Mitchell Memorial Library's John Grisham Room.

MSU to begin offering 3-year degrees

March 14, 2013

Four years of college cost more than they once did.

RFPs for garage construction to be considered

March 14, 2013

A selection committee recently established to review architect and construction manager proposals received for a parking garage linked to the development project formerly known as CottonMill will meet 8 a.m. Friday in the City Hall conference room.

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Retailers, restaurants keep busy during spring break

March 14, 2013

Most college students may have left town for the week for spring break but local restaurants and retailers have found ways to stay busy during a brief down period.

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EOCHS termination raises questions

March 14, 2013

A former employee of the Oktibbeha County School District has supplied an apparent letter of termination from former conservator Jayne Sargent dated Dec. 6, contradicting Sargent’s prior and later statements that employee terminations would wait until the academic year’s end.

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March 13th

Mobley helps EMCC: Former Jacket finds success with Lions

March 13, 2013

SCOOBA – Jacolby Mobley can score.

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BREAKING UPDATE:Pope Francis, the first pope from the Americas

March 13, 2013

Known until Wednesday as Jorge Bergoglio, the 76-year-old is known as a humble man who denied himself the luxuries that previous Buenos Aires cardinals enjoyed. He came close to becoming pope last time, reportedly gaining the second-highest vote total in several rounds of voting before he bowed out of the running in the conclave that elected Pope Benedict XVI.

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