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Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning is launching a new Teacher Education Scholars Program (TESP) that will award full scholarships to high-performing incoming college freshmen who pursue teaching careers.
On Sept. 13, five American soldiers from Mississippi will travel to Kansas to take back the outdoor experience that combat once threatened to take from them.
Volunteer Starkville will host a training workshop for board members titled "Better Boards, Better Community Development" from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday.
Mississippi State University announced Tuesday that Yokohama Tire Corporation will open an administrative office in the Thad Cochran Research Park to oversee construction of its new plant in West Point.
The state, represented by District Attorney Forrest Allgood, rested its case Wednesday in Brian Hollimanâ€™s second murder trial, following lengthy testimony from two of its witnesses in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
Starkville Parks Commission coffers will weigh a little more after Oct. 1 if a line item the Board of Aldermen supports earns approval on the final 2013-14 city budget. Commission Chairman Dan Moreland said, though, the new money should make that weight just right.
A local attorney is lobbying for the city of Starkville to revamp the way municipal court handles indigent defense.
More than 70 concerned citizens packed Zorba's Greek Tavern Wednesday for what at least some hoped would amount to the first step of a movement.
Meekayll "Meek" Boyd has been drawing since he was 6 years old. What began as drawing cartoons and anime, Boyd has refined his skills and is now a charcoal artist, drawing portraits and still life.
Although Boyd enjoys still life images, his favorite subject to draw is people.
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For the first time since the 1980s, Starkville could see a millage increase.
In a budget meeting Tuesday night, the Starkville Board of Aldermen reviewed 2013-14 budget proposals line by line, but at the end of the day determined with the cityâ€™s existing obligations and growing needs a tax increase could no longer be avoided.