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May 21st, 2014
Starkville Chief Administrative Officer Taylor Adams pleaded with aldermen Tuesday on behalf of Sanitation and Environmental Services Director Emma Gandy for more time to research ways to make the department more efficient without outsourcing its services.
C Spire welcomed business representatives from across Mississippi and Tennessee to Mississippi State Universityâ€™s Thad Cochran Research Park to give a progress report on its $23 million data processing center.
The Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning Board of Trustees approved a budget increase from $5 million to $18.7 million for construction of a new south entrance road into MSU during its meeting Thursday in Jackson.
The County Board of Supervisors reviewed a mapping bid at its meeting Monday which will be considered for approval upon advisement.
Doug Devlin loves his new office.
A new exhibit at the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum is offering museum-goers an opportunity to see a wide variety of early 20th-century Mississippi-themed sheet music.
In the early 1990s, Charles Sciple got a phone call asking him to journey to Uzbekistan.
A year-long cooperative investigation culminated Thursday with at least 18 Starkville residents in custody on suspicion of drug possession or drug sales.
Starkville School District officially welcomed incoming Starkville High School Principal David Baggett with a Thursday evening reception at the high school.
SSDâ€™s Board of Trustees unanimously approved Baggettâ€™s hire at its April 8 board meeting.
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Ance Lee Milican and Jacquelyn Picklerâ€™s relationship is about to become a long-distance one.