Archive - Jun 6, 2013 - Latest News
Starkvilleâ€™s lawns and roadways are shedding some of their clutter in the wake of Tuesdayâ€™s general election. Areas previously flooded with political signage are returning to normal, and according to city ordinances they have until Friday to do it.
Representatives of 20 counties, including Oktibbeha, met on the campus of Mississippi State University Wednesday to learn about an opportunity to have aerial mapping images updated.
The effort, called the Northeast Mississippi Ortho Project, is a joint effort of the 20 counties in northeast and central Mississippi.
Children in Oktibbeha County will have access to free healthy breakfasts and lunches this summer, thanks to a new program offered by the Oktibbeha County School District.
The Commission on Starkville Consolidated School District Structure will meet at 1 p.m. today in the Starkville School District Board Room in the Greensboro Center, with prior instances of consolidation in Mississippi expected to be up for discussion.
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Months of planning have come to a head for the development team of Beef Oâ€™Bradyâ€™s. Tabor Construction of Starkville broke ground on the sports pub project Monday on Stark Road.
Kay Regimbal, vice president of development at Tabor, said the planning phase began in October, and while project completion would depend on weather, crews were expected to finish this fall.