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By NATHAN GREGORY
Starkville Police Department investigators seek information regarding a recent rash of graffiti appearing mostly in the east-central portion of the city limits between Miss. Highway 182 and Miss. Highway 12.
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Starkville Historic Preservation Commission will discuss neighborhood information sessions it has held and will continue holding for its proposed local historic districts, as well as maps of those districts, at its meeting Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. in City Hallâ€™s Building Department.
By ALAN FRAM
WASHINGTON â€” The party that runs the Senate next year may be decided by how well President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney do in toss-up states like Nevada, Ohio, Virginia and Wisconsin, where ballots feature parallel Senate races about as tight as the presidential contest.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Oktibbeha County authorities continue to investigate an early Saturday morning car wreck that claimed the life of a Louisville man and injured the vehicleâ€™s other two passengers to determine whether alcohol was involved.
By CARL SMITH
The Starkville School District Board of Trustees could hire a new administrator today after Superintendent Lewis Holloway reveals the preferred candidate for the districtâ€™s vacant assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction position.
The closure of a Mississippi semiconductor firm will cost a California company $60 million.
Power Integrations of San Jose, Calif., says it will write off its 2010 investment in SemiSouth, a Starkville firm that's closing. SemiSouth's 90 employees will be laid off.
The Mississippi Department of Archives and Historyâ€™s board of trustees honored multiple city, county and campus organizations for their efforts to preserve local historic landmarks during the boardâ€™s visit to Mississippi State University last week for its quarterly meeting.
The city of Sturgis will hold a special election from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Sturgis Volunteer Fire Department to select a new alderman to finish the unexpired term of Quinnia Yates.
Starkville Electric Department General Manager Terry Kemp said the first phase of the cityâ€™s long-term infrastructure upgrade is nearing completion and the department should be able to begin implementing automatic utility metering by Thanksgiving.
By MATT CRANE
The sounds and images of space exploration take center stage Thursday as the Starkville-Mississippi State University Symphony presents its â€śSpace Musicâ€ť concert at 7:30 p.m. in the Rent Auditorium on the Mississippi University for Women campus.