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August 27th, 2014
Cub Scout recruitment, which formally ended last week, saw a 27 percent increase over last year in the number of boys who signed up to join the scouting program.
Jeremy Whitmore, scout executive for Pushmataha Area Council, attributes the increase to publicity measures that were taken this year to inform every boy about scouting.
Mississippi college students are about to have a chance to help their entire state.
Gov. Phil Bryant announced the Blueprint Mississippi Social Business Challenge Tuesday in Jackson together with Mississippi Economic Council President and CEO Blake Wilson and state Commissioner of Higher Education Hank Bounds.
Law enforcement agencies are on guard against an increasingly-popular synthetic LSD-like designer drug that has landed at least one Mississippi State University student in a Jackson hospital.
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MSU students could not walk across the Drill Field Monday without finding a new way to get involved on campus or in Starkville.
Shades of Starkville, in its third year, is an event the MSU Student Association hosts that brings student groups, Starkville businesses and other local organizations together to showcase the opportunities available to students.
Most cats donâ€™t like water, but Steven Brandon has gotten close to some big cats that do.
Bill Daniel has only lived in Starkville for about six years, but heâ€™s spent that time actively involving himself with the community in several ways.
Daniel moved to Starkville with Tricia, his wife of 37 years after he retired from his work as senior technical director of information technology for AT&T/BellSouth.
Oktibbeha County will serve as the backdrop for a music video as one Mathiston girl begins chasing her music dreams.
Hannah Vanderberg, who goes by the stage name Hannah Vandie, spent Friday and Saturday evenings recording the music video for her song, "Dark Horses." She said the song is about embracing personal differences.
wo fires have devastated three Starkville School District Families and Sudduth Elementary is leading the charge in a relief effort.
One of the fires occurred at roughly 4 a.m. Aug. 13 in a mobile home on Lawson Road, off of Blackjack Road. The other occurred at 11:36 a.m. Aug. 14 in Brookville Garden Apartments and displaced two district families.
On Saturday evening, two Starkville legends will be honored at the third annual Denim & Diamonds event hosted by the Friends of the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum.