Archive - Dec 2013 - Latest News
A partnership between Mississippi State University and the Starkville Consolidated School District is taking shape as cost estimates for a partnership begin to emerge.
Mississippi State presented its recommendations for a partnership school with the Consolidated Starkville School District at the Commission on Starkville Consolidated School District Structureâ€™s meeting earlier in the week.
When Oliver arrived at Kristen McCaskillâ€™s Starkville home on Wednesday morning, he was hanging head-first into a stocking. Oliver, who will live with the McCaskills until Christmas Eve, is an Elf on the Shelf.
Tucked away on Highway 389 sits Pleasant Grove Robinson M.B. Church. The small congregation that meets at Pleasant Grove Robinson is working to make big things happen on Saturday when the church will offer free meals for the community.
A downed Tennessee Valley Authority power pole left roughly 6,000 4-County Electric Power Association customers without power on Tuesday, keeping hundreds in the dark for more than 10 hours.
Marty Wiseman is the reason Tyson Elbert came to Mississippi State University.
The Commission on Starkville Consolidated School District Structure met Tuesday morning to attempt finalizing most of the information needed for its report to the Mississippi legislature.
The Starkville School District Board of Education addressed a few items during its monthly meeting on Tuesday, including a unique process the district is engaging in to prepare a calendar for the 2014-15 school year.
Mississippi State University announced Monday that alumni Tommy and Terri Nusz have donated $12.3 million for the university to bolster its efforts in engineering, sports, teacher education, veteran resources, equine health and other causes close to the Nusz familyâ€™s hearts.
The Commission on Starkville Consolidated School District Structure will meet at 9 a.m. today in the Greensboro Center to continue preparations on a final list of recommendations to submit to the Mississippi legislature.
Local hospices are doing their part to bring cheer to their patients this holiday season.
Hospice care provides services in-home or in a hospice center for patients and their families who are in the final stages of a serious illness.
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