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Montgomery opposes hospital sale

July 25, 2012

By CARL SMITH
sdnnews@bellsouth.net

District 1 Supervisor John Montgomery says he does not believe the board of supervisors should continue exploring a possible OCH Regional Medical Center sale and he will not cast further votes in favor of continuing the process.

Local contestant will compete for hospitality crown

July 25, 2012

By MATT CRANE
sdnlife@bellsouth.net

Anna Marie Foster, Starkville’s Miss Hospitality, is on a mission to promote her hometown and state.

Sales tax holiday begins tomorrow

July 25, 2012

By STEVEN NALLEY
sdnedu@bellsouth.net

Students and their parents in Starkville and across Mississippi have an opportunity to save money on their back-to-school shopping during the statewide sales tax holiday Friday and Saturday.

Funding to improve MSU’s energy efficiency

July 25, 2012

By NATHAN GREGORY
sdnreporter@yahoo.com

Mississippi State University is receiving funding from both the United States Department of Energy and the Tennessee Valley Authority to help improve its buildings’ energy efficiency.

Neshoba County Fair festivities begin Friday

July 25, 2012

By NATHAN GREGORY
sdnreporter@yahoo.com

The countdown to the 123rd installment of Mississippi’s Giant House Party is almost over.

The Neshoba County Fair, a traditional week-long event featuring everything from horse racing to carnival rides to speeches from Mississippi politicians, starts Friday.

Appeals board sets C Spire discussion

July 25, 2012

By STEVEN NALLEY
sdnedu@bellsouth.net

The Starkville Board of Adjustments and Appeals will hold a public hearing at 4 p.m. Wednesday in City Hall’s building department for two variance requests C Spire Wireless is making for a cellular tower near the Stark Crossing subdivision.

Justices hearing 152 cases in July Circuit Court term

July 25, 2012

By NATHAN GREGORY
sdnreporter@yahoo.com

Oktibbeha County Circuit Court’s July term began Monday and runs through Aug. 3. Judges Lee Coleman, Lee Howard and Jim Kitchens are scheduled to hear 152 cases.

Nearly half of those cases are related to drugs and theft. Forty-one cases involve drug charges — more than one-fourth of the term’s total cases.

New county website streamlines information

July 25, 2012

By CARL SMITH
sdnnews@bellsouth.net

Local government and Mississippi State University officials unveiled a new county website which they say will help deliver pertinent information to citizens and serve as a streamlined first impression for outsiders curious about the community.

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