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Mississippi State will be heading to South Florida for postseason football action for the first time since 1941.
The Bulldogs jumped ahead of Michigan State in the final College Football Playoff rankings to put them in the Capital One Orange Bowl against Georgia Tech on New Yearâ€™s Eve.
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When the Starkville School District and the Oktibbeha County School District consolidate, one of the central points of impact will be Armstrong Middle School.
Robert Wolverton is 89 years old, and he has yet to retire from his job as a professor in Mississippi State Universityâ€™s department of classical and modern languages and literature.
Starkville Mayor Parker Wiseman said he didnâ€™t know what it felt like to get a $23 million Christmas present, but he got a taste Thursday as C Spire hosted the grand opening of its new commercial data processing center.
This holiday season, Starkville Junior Auxiliary has given several children the gift of warmth.
Starkville Junior Auxiliary donated an estimated 180 coats to children at the Oktibbeha County ICS Head Start Center, exceeding its goal by a large margin with help from Deep South Pout.
Cooperation between city administration and private business owners has shortened the planned duration of a road closure near the new municipal complex, but some businesses in downtown Starkville may still have to endure a pinch.
Gov. Phil Bryant paid a visit to the Golden Triangle to speak about the regionâ€™s economic growth at Golden Triangle Development LINKâ€™s luncheon Thursday at East Mississippi Community College in Mayhew.
Elected officials and community members from throughout the Golden Triangle were in attendance for the event, and got a chance to hear about the LINKâ€™s progress and future plans.
A Mississippi State University student crashed his car into a pylon at a Sprint Mart gas station near campus early Wednesday morning and fled the scene after the car caught fire, prompting his arrest by Oktibbeha County sheriffâ€™s deputies.
Most years, The Little Dooey general manager Bart Wood sees business slow down this time of year.