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What started as a 14-year-oldâ€™s dream could grow into a full-sized skate park in Starkville, one official dream-maker says.
Representatives for candidates for the 1st and 2nd Congressional District races will be the guest speakers at Saturdayâ€™s meeting of the Starkville TEA Party.
A Mississippi State University alumnus will return to campus Saturday to sign his latest book at Barnes and Noble.
Cadence Bank will be merging with Jackson-based Trustmark bank, officials with both companies announced late Wednesday.
Two Mississippi State students found themselves in jail late Tuesday night after officers seized nearly one-fourth of a pound of high grade marijuana from their Holtsinger Street home after acting on
Mississippi State student-athletes did their part Wednesday to help excite Henderson-Ward-Stewart Elementary students about the annual Bullyâ€™s Book Blitz.
After five public hearings and four tries, amendments to Starkville sign regulations have yet to be approved.
Humanitarian and Nobel Prize-nominee Greg Mortenson, author of the best-selling â€śThree Cups of Tea,â€ť will lecture at Mississippi State tonight
City, county, MSU to share in grant funds for alternative fuels
The merger between Cadence and Trustmark banks was "the best strategy and opportunity for all of our stakeholders," the Cadence's CEO said tonight.