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Friends and family say Ruth Ann Bishop was always ready to lend a hand.
And on Tuesday, autopsy reports were released, and officials ruled her death as accidental in Saturday nightâ€™s house fire.
With less than a week left to qualify, 44 candidates have now been added to the ballot for the statewide and countywide elections.
City officials are in the early stages of taking steps to inventory the communityâ€™s three existing historic districts, with plans to begin talks about design standards for these types of properties.
Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors are discussing new ways to make improvements to the county, and how to finance them.
In the fall semester, over 500 MSU students contributed over 5,000 service hours to make the Second Annual Maroon Edition Home a tremendous success.
A Starkville-area man is back in custody after walking away from Oktibbeha County authorities over the weekend.
Authorities tracked a man facing a local charge across several states and into another country until he was captured Friday, officials said Monday.
Glen Bryant, director of the 2011 Magnolia Independent Film Festival said this weekend was a great opportunity to meet inspirational film makers.
SDN Staff Reports
A 20-year-old Mississippi State University student died in a single-vehicle crash in Starkville late Saturday night, officials said.
The mother of a death row inmate died in a house fire Saturday night, a fire official said.