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July 18th, 2014
The Mississippi Supreme Court has ruled against Mississippi Sen. Chris McDanielâ€™s request to force circuit clerks to allow full access to poll books in the wake of last monthâ€™s hotly-contested U.S. Senate Republican primary campaign.
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Mayor Parker Wiseman described Wednesdayâ€™s groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the Cotton Mill Marketplace as a â€śbeautiful day to celebrate a beautiful development in the community.â€ť
Mississippi Sen. and former U.S. Senate candidate Chris McDaniel has filed a lawsuit against Oktibbeha County Circuit Clerk Glenn Hamilton.
Starkville Police Department arrested a man after responding to an break-in alarm call at Starkville High School early Wednesday morning.
According to an SPD press release, officers responded to the alarm at 2 a.m. Upon arrival, they reportedly found the doors to the school were open and began searching the building, where they found 22-year-old Deairious Kwamain Cooper.
Each July, brave souls from around the world dash through the streets of Pamplona, Spain trying to evade stampeding bulls in the festival of San Ferminâ€™s encierro, commonly called the Running of the Bulls. For the past few years, Starkvilleâ€™s Maxwell Street has seen a July a stampede of its own.
Some 29 Golden Triangle residents are sleeping more at ease in their renovated homes thanks to a youth group volunteer initiative called the World Changers.
During a lengthy board meeting Tuesday evening where Starkville aldermen failed to reach a consensus on some issues, they did manage to unanimously approve a letter of intent to further its negotiations with Cadence Bank to purchase its main branch downtown for use as Starkville Police Department headquarters.
After tornados ripped through Louisville on April 28, Mary Francis Wilson lost her house.
But she found something interesting, too.
Amongst the rubble and debris that lay in her yard, Wilson found a rather unexpected item â€” a wedding dress. But it wasnâ€™t hers.
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