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UPDATED: WPPD: Mitchell was an innocent bystander

January 3, 2012

West Point Police Chief Tim Brinkley said it appears the Starkville High School student who was shot and killed in the early morning hours of New Years Day was the victim of a random act of violence.

Condos may join land use, codes among hearings

January 3, 2012


School district mourns loss of 2 students

January 3, 2012


The new year started with tragedy for the Starkville School District after two students were killed in separate incidents on New Year’s Day.

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