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July 30th

Testimony begins in Quinn murder trial

July 30, 2014

After six years of investigation, delays, medical recovery, mental examinations, defense counsel changes and other hindrances, Archie Quinn has finally received his day in court.

MSU leaders moving in at Lee Hall

July 30, 2014

In 2010, the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) Board of Trustees had Mississippi State University’s Lee Hall on its list of the top five buildings on eight IHL campuses most in “desperate need” of immediate attention.

Southwire earns honor from Goldern Triangle LINK

July 30, 2014

Gov. Phil Bryant likens competing for the Golden Triangle Development LINK’s Industry of the Year award to competing in sports in the Southeastern Conference.

SOAR awards grants to local school programs

July 30, 2014

A good heart and an open mind aren’t the only things people need to make a difference in their communities.

Sometimes it takes a little money, too.

In order to support local organizations, the Starkville Oktibbeha Achieving Results Community Foundation (SOAR) works to raise funds for endowments which allow these programs to thrive.

July 29th

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July 29, 2014

OCSD regains accreditation

July 29, 2014

Mississippi Department of Education and Oktibbeha County School District officials confirmed Monday that OCSD has regained the accreditation it lost in September 2012, but the conservatorship established in the wake of that loss will remain in effect until OCSD consolidates with Starkville School District in July 2015.

SPD arrests man in sexual contact with minor case

July 29, 2014

A Starkville man is in custody after officers arrested him for alleged inappropriate sexual contact with a child.

According to a Starkville Police Department press release, officers arrested 51-year-old Jodie Young Jr. on suspicion of one count of enticing a child to meet for sexual purposes and five counts of “touching of a child for lustful purposes.”

Suspect in shooting faces assault charge

July 29, 2014

Mississippi authorities have officially filed charges against a Maben man in connection with a Friday night shooting.

Wayne Monts, 33, will face a charge of aggravated assault after he reportedly shot 19-year-old Tiberias Lampkin in the leg at a residence on New Light Road.

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Rotary Exchange student says goodbye to club on Monday

July 29, 2014

Nancy Hargrove has watched Philippa Romen-Naegel pick up a uniquely Southern habit.

Hargrove is a member of Starkville Rotary Club, and Romen-Naegel is the club’s 2013-14 Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE) student from Germany. Hargrove said she had taken Romen-Naegel to several meetings and recently went to dinner with her, where she said she noticed the habit taking hold.

Quinn trial to begin

July 29, 2014

Archie Quinn’s capital murder trial is set to begin today before Mississippi 16th Circuit Judge Lee Howard in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.

The court spent Monday selecting a jury for the trial, according to Circuit Clerk Glenn Hamilton.

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