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An inter-local session today among Starkville, Oktibbeha County and Greater Starkville Development Partnership representatives aims to get the ball rolling on a strategic plan from which all three entities can build.
Today, Paul Tashiro helps build relationships between Americans and Japanese as president of the Japan-America Society of Mississippi (JASMIS). But when he was 13 growing up in Japan, he volunteered to become a kamikaze pilot in World War II, only for the country to surrender before he could fight.
Starkville School District Superintendent Lewis Holloway and Oktibbeha County School District Conservator Margie Pulley will present a report to the Commission on Starkville Consolidated School District Structure on the feasibility of an early merger of their respective districts.
The Starkville Parks Department has begun an initiative asking citizens to donate their fallen leaves and pine straw to be used as mulch to help beautify and preserve McKee Park.
Mississippi State University mathematics instructor Kim Walters sums up her teaching ethos with a popular fable about a boy, a businessman, and untold numbers of starfish.
Starkville Fire Department determined that an electrical fire severely damaged the Shrine Club building on Louisville Street early on Saturday morning.
SFD Fire Marshal Mark McCurdy said the investigation ruled out foul play.
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An issue that arose during the aldermen comments section of Tuesdayâ€™s Starkville Board of Aldermen meeting briefly stole the spotlight from the proposed boardroom cell phone ban.
An issue that has caused an uproar among citizens since Friday fell softly to the sound of silence during Tuesdayâ€™s Starkville Board of Aldermen meeting.
hen Herman Boone, the high school football coach played by Denzel Washington in â€śRemember the Titans,â€ť came to Mississippi State Universityâ€™s Colvard Student Union Ballroom Wednesday night, dozens of people were gathering outside hoping to get seats.
A major first step toward Mississippi Highway Patrol keeping an office in Oktibbeha County came to fruition Tuesday when MHP representatives received a deed to 10 acres of property on which to build a new substation for District 5, Troop G.