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Flames from a Thursday afternoon wildfire ravaged dozens of acres of rolling pasture and woodlands near the Craig Springs community in south Oktibbeha County.
The wait is over, and today those participating in the seventh annual Citywide Tailgate Party and Competition will prove â€śThe Ringâ€™s the Thingâ€ť and â€śRespect the Bellâ€ť as the event celebrates Mississip
Some future firefighter could have a very special addition to his bedroom decor to take home Saturday night.
Starkville Police Department officials are seeking comments from the public as the agency undergoes an on-site assessment for reaccreditation by the Mississippi Law Enforcement Accreditation Commissio
Lt. Gen. Russel L. HonorĂ© â€śworriesâ€ť about what he calls the next Vietnam, he said Wednesday after being welcomed to the Mississippi State University campus.
Residents have just two and a half days left to register to vote for the Nov. 2 general election.
SDN Staff Reports
Two events being held on the Mississippi State campus hope to raise awareness about sexual assault and its impact on victims.
MSU fall plant sale scheduled for Oct. 1
Local gardeners know fall has arrived when Mississippi State Universityâ€™s horticulture club announces its annual fall plant sale.
A street overcrowded with both cars and pedestrians could see the addition of a turn lane and possibly bike lanes and sidewalks on both sides.
The general who helped lead recovery efforts on the Gulf Coast following Hurricane Katrina will deliver a public lecture at Mississippi State this evening.