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A Mississippi program is offering struggling high school students a chance to turn their fortunes around.
The Mississippi Youth Challenge Academy, based at Camp Shelby, is a program for âat-riskâ 16-18-year-old students.
Starkville School District Assistant Superintendent Toriano Holloway Is familiar with the program and has referred students to it.
Sudduth Elementary is offering a new way for fathers to get involved in childrenâs school days.
This evening, the school will host a launch event for the Watch DOGS (Dads of Great Students) program. The school will hold the event at 6 p.m. in the school cafeteria.
Starkville optometrist Amy Crigler says there are three times children should get their eyes examined before they start school: once right before they start, once when they are 3 years old and once between the ages of six and 12 months.
For many college students, mealtime involves university dining halls or something equivalent to Ramen noodles, but Michelle Tehan, âthe biscuit lady,â is trying to change that.
University and city officials are making progress on implementing a new mass-transit system for Starkville.
Saturday afternoon brought a storm with it â a sudden torrent that emptied itself in about an hour and left downtown Starkville bathed in humid air and pale, pink twilight.
Starkville police are asking for public assistance identifying a credit card fraud suspect.
According to an SPD release, police are searching for a suspect, who they identified as a black female of medium build that wore glasses.
People rarely juxtapose drinking and knowledge, but several Starkville bars combine those two on a weekly basis.
On any given weeknight in Starkville, bars and restaurants are filled with trivia goers putting their knowledge to the test.
Preston Lott and Brooks Roberts co-founded The Lost Pizza Company in Indianola and Cleveland in 2007, but they are both graduates of Mississippi State University, and Lott said they remained big fans.
Mississippi State University received national recognition for its continued energy efficiency efforts at the Starkville campus.