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The Starkville Board of Aldermen handled a variety of business Tuesday, approved the following:
â€˘ The application for the Tiger 2 grant for street upgrades in the City of Starkville.
A story in today's edition of the newspaper listed an incorrect start time for The Drill, the annual fall-kick off event at Mississippi State University, tonight.
â€śHanging by a thin thread,â€ť the City of Starkvilleâ€™s budget was left Tuesday with no direction after a series of failed votes by the Board of Aldermen.
Abuses on Wall Street and at such agencies as Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae were to blame for the economic problems facing the nation, not tax cuts which are set to expire later this year, U.S. Sen.
Mississippi lawmakers earlier this week announced the beginning of several public hearings across the state seeking input on legislative and congressional redistricting, and key legislators will be in
For the seventh consecutive year, â€śThe Drillâ€ť will kick off Mississippi Stateâ€™s fall semester.
Author Stokes McMillan will appear in Starkville at the Book Mart and Cafe on Thursday to discuss and sign his recently published book, â€śOne Night of Madness.â€ť
U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker outlined his views about the state of things today at Starkville Kiwanis Club today.
Chandler Douglas, grandson of Bojangles owners Bill and Pat Cunningham, serves as host to Justin Casano as he describes some of the sweet treats available at Monday nightâ€™s VIP Party at Bojangles.
While Oktibbeha County supervisors wonâ€™t say they are considering raising taxes again this year, theyâ€™re not saying theyâ€™re not, either.