August 30th, 2010
What has been rumored for weeks was confirmed by Oktibbeha County supervisors Monday night: A tax increase is coming.
More than 500 volunteers will be out in force Wednesday, cleaning up Starkville in advance of the start of Mississippi State Universityâ€™s upcoming football season.
A young Starkville woman remains hospitalized from injuries suffered after the jeep she was driving crashed and overturned on Old West Point Road early Sunday evening.
More than 250 Mississippi State supporters are expected to take part in the 17th annual Bulldog Blast Weekend scheduled Sept.
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JUSTIN, Texas â€“â€“ A graveside funeral for Lisa Katherine Hampton will be Wednesday at 3 p.m. at Spring Hill Cemetery.Â Visitation will be Wednesday from 1 to 3 p.m.
One day into the first game week of the 2010 season, thereâ€™s already conflicting reports on the injury status of Mississippi State quarterback Chris Relf.
They're not superheroes yet, but Starkville Academy's Julianne Jackson and Bailey Wofford are becoming quite a dynamic duo.
Mississippi State soccer coach Neil Macdonald saw the work ethic of freshman forward Elisabeth Sullivan in the preseason and decided to give her a starting spot.
Macdonald can be glad that he did.
Starkville Academy has already debuted its new head football coach and head soccer coach this school year.