June 19th, 2012
By MATT CRANE
While today marks the official beginning of summer, Starkville residents have been feeling the heat for some time.
It can be a long journey from birthplace to hometown.Â Iâ€™m not speaking metaphorically here â€” in my case, Iâ€™m talking miles, lots of miles.Â I was born in Houston, Texas, and for much of my childhood I
I just got back from our annual â€śsisterwivesâ€ť trip to the beach with our fearless host, Michelle Jones, plus Lady Cox, newbie Connie Wilsey and all of our kids.
Revenue from Starkvilleâ€™s sales tax and 2 percent restaurant tax was strong in April 2012, showing increases over April 2011 and ranking high among all-time monthly revenues, according to the city of
Starkville School District officials will hold a public hearing for the proposed 2012-2013 fiscal year budget 6 p.m. today at the Greensboro Center.
At its meeting today, the Starkville Board of Aldermen will hold two public hearings, discuss funding possibilities for Carver Drive ditch improvements and consider allowing construction of a multi-fa
It is hard for programs to have long stretches of winning seasons, winning championships and being a mainstay in their sports.
County animal control officials say theyâ€™ve brought in 63 abandoned animals to Oktibbeha County Humane Society since May 1 and have seen an increased number of dogs with heat-related complications thi
By STEVEN NALLEY
Cape Sandblast, Fla. is a family tradition for Parker Wiseman and his father Marty Wiseman.
By CARL SMITH
County firefighters were again dispatched to the Sunset community yesterday for the areaâ€™s second structure fire since Wednesday.