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The Friends of the Starkville Public Library president, Ron Walker, and Secretary Judi HouselyÂ look overÂ the selection ofÂ over 150 DVDâ€™s purchased for the libraryÂ by the Friends.Â These DVDâ€™s are prin
For the Daily News
Recently the Starkville Optimist Club made a generous contribution to both the Starkville School District and the Oktibbeha County School District.
Four people were transported to OCH Regional Medical Center following an accident around 2 p.m. Sunday at the stop at Miss. Hwy. 82 and Mayhew Road.
More about the bands fans can expect to see this week at Sturgis South:
Top-selling country music group Diamond Rio will be the headlining act for this yearâ€™s Sturgis South Motorcycle Rally, joining an entertainment lineup organizers say has a broad appeal.
All biscuits more than 20 minutes old will be disposed of, according to the owner of one of Starkvilleâ€™s newest restaurants.
STURGIS â€”For most of the year, this west Oktibbeha County community fits the description of a â€śsleepy little town.â€ť
Like all large-scale festivals and events, the Sturgis South Motorcycle Rally is one that is volunteer-driven and has been since its inception 14 years ago.
The following is the official schedule for the 2010 Sturgis South Motorcycle Rally as released by the eventâ€™s organizers:
The next few days will be busy ones with Mississippi State students moving into rental homes and apartments, and Starkville police officials are offering a few tips to help them keep from becoming cri