March 6th, 2014
Critical infrastructure failures at East Oktibbeha County High School in Crawford have forced students to endure emergency conditions, particularly throughout an often bitterly cold winter.
Sturgis Board of Aldermen voted Tuesday to pursue a grant for federally required changes to the townâ€™s wastewater system that would otherwise cost the town more than $450,000
Oktibbeha County Sheriffâ€™s Department investigators arrested a West Point man after they found two stolen dogs in his home.
Investigators arrested 20-year-old James N. Brown III Friday on suspicion of dog theft at his West Point home after a search reportedly led them to two stolen pit bulls.
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The Mississippi State Bulldogs struck early Wednesday night.
The No. 14 Bulldogs collected five hits and three runs, all in the first three innings, in a 3-0 victory over South Alabama at Dudy Noble Field.
MSU only had three base runners the rest of the game.
All of the elements are present for Starkville Academy to be successful.
The only thing is the Volunteers can't seem to get everything going at one time.Â
Wednesday was no exception.
While coach Jody Britt's squad was in the game the whole time, a few plays here and there left the Vols on the losing side of a 8-5 contest.
SCOOBA â€“ Jacolby Mobley is playing some of his best basketball at the right time of the year.
East Mississippi Community College men's coach Mark White couldn't be happier and prouder of the former Starkville Yellowjacket.
It's not only Mobley's game that White notices, but it's how he handles his business off the court as well.
FULTON â€“ Former Starkville High School player Tory Rice and former West Oktibbeha player Dontavious "Tay" Crawford have made their mark at the next level.
Mrs. Isabel H. Outlaw, 88, former co-owner of Outlaw Funeral Home,Â died Sunday, March 2, 2014 in Crawford, Mississippi.
Funeral services will be held 1:00 p.m., Friday, March 7,Â 2014 at Second Baptist Church, Starkville, Mississippi with Reverend Joseph
The Mississippi Religious Freedom Restoration Act is heading to the Mississippi House of Representatives and stirring up controversy along the way.