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Giving Starkville a clearer voice in Jackson and unifying the Golden Triangleâ€™s representation in Washington were two messages many expressed Saturday to the panel reshaping legislative and congressio
Hereâ€™s a quick glance at the numbers those involved in redistricting are working with (supplied through the Standing Joint Committee on Reapportionment):
STURGIS â€” Mayor Walter Turner had plenty to smile about as he watched all the activity around him on Saturday.
Two events sponsored by the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum are set to take place this to pay tribute to World War II veterans of Oktibbeha County and to celebrate the countyâ€™s rich history in aviati
Starkville Reads will present a program on the culture, history, and geography of Pakistan and Afghanistan, the two settings of Greg Mortensonâ€™s best seller â€śThree Cups of Tea.â€ť
On Saturday, veterans in the Starkville area can enroll in the VA health care system, receive basic medical treatment, and find out information about various services available to them, officials said
Starkville School District students improved their state test scores scores, according to data released publicly today by the Mississippi Department of Education.
The latest Mississippi Curriculum Test II scores show that Oktibbeha County School District students are â€śmoving in the right direction,â€ť Supt. James Covington says.
STURGIS â€” After kicking off last night, the 2010 Sturgis South Motorcycle Rally kicks into high gear today with a full day of activities.
Beginning today, law enforcement agencies across the region will soon be placing extra focus on catching drunk drivers as part a specialized campaign coordinated by the Mississippi Office of Highway S