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At 5:45 a.m. Wednesday, MSU sophomore Emily Alford heard a fire alarm in her room at Hurst Hall â€” but it wasnâ€™t because of a fire.
Although the scoreboard favored the Ole Miss team, both schools won during Wednesdayâ€™s 2014 Unified Egg Bowl, raising a total of $12,495 for Special Olympics college programs.
The Rebels won the 23-17 football game despite the 3-point advantage that the Bulldogs went into the game with from winning the fundraising challenge.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen heard a brief public hearing on a potential changes to the cityâ€™s animal control ordinance in regards to allowing pets in cemeteries at the boardâ€™s Tuesday evening meeting in the City Hall courtroom.
Starkville police are asking residents of wards 1 and 4 to attend a public â€śtown hallâ€ť style meeting Thursday to share their questions and concerns to a department trying to build better interface with the public.
When Mississippi State Universityâ€™s football team wins, the points on their scoreboard, the fans in Davis Wade Stadium and the votes they receive for the College Football Playoff arenâ€™t the only numbers that go up.
MSU officials now report that the teamâ€™s 9-1 record this season has driven up applications for admission and housing as well as visitors to MSU websites and social media accounts.
A man accused of two counts of armed robbery received a 20-year sentence to the Mississippi Department of Corrections (MDOC) with 11 years suspended, nine to serve, after pleading guilty during the October-November Oktibbeha County Circuit Court term.
Starkville police arrested three local men allegedly involved in various burglaries over the weekend.
Officers arrested 31-year-old Elmer Oscar Norwood, of 284 Garrard Road, Saturday morning on suspicion of residential burglary and burglary of a church.
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Former Mississippi Secretary of State Eric Clark spoke at Mondayâ€™s Starkville Rotary Club meeting, giving his opinions on the dangers of polarization in American politics.
When Clark was receiving his PhD in history, Bill Parish, who introduced Clark to the club, was one of his professors.
Kelcy Gooch and a team of his fellow Mississippi State University students set out last Friday to start a new social network.
Little can stop Caddy Taylor from attending a meeting of the Starkville Pilot Club.
Club member Ellen Mauldin said when Taylor was young and relatively new to the club, she missed very few meetings even when she was having her children. And now that Taylor has been part of the club for more than 60 years, Mauldin said she is still a faithful standby at the meetings.