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December 3rd

BOA rezones property for industrial park

December 3, 2014

The Starkville Board of Aldermen unanimously approved rezoning 326 acres of land north of Highway 182 and east of Highway 25 at its Tuesday evening.

GSDP Holiday Bazaar opens

December 3, 2014

For the past seven years, Deborah Oakley has been bringing goods from Hope Fruit and Berry Farm in Morton to Starkville for the annual Holiday Bazaar.

City celebrates new play equipment at park

December 3, 2014

Starkville’s second recognition as one of Mississippi’s Healthy Hometowns is allowing the city to enhance recreational offerings for residents, as unveiled Tuesday.
The Blue Cross Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation named Starkville a 2013 Healthy Hometown for cities of 15,000 or more residents. The foundation awarded Starkville a $25,000 grant with the recognition.

December 2nd

Residents looking for new ways to help needy this year

December 2, 2014

Families and organizations throughout Starkville are looking for alternative ways to give this year in the absence of Helping Hand’s Adopt-a-Family program.
Last year, the Adopt-a-Family program compiled a list in early November of 68 families who were in need. This year, Helping Hands has not released a list of families.

Residents fuming after fiber work damages home

December 2, 2014

C Spire’s claims its Fiber to the Home service will offer unmatched convenience for customers, but an installation accident Monday afternoon left internet speeds as the lest of one Starkville family’s concerns.

GTR airport director speaks at Rotary

December 2, 2014

Golden Triangle Regional Airport Executive Director Mike Hainsey shared updates in three areas in the airport’s operation with the Starkville Rotary Club Monday.
The three areas, as Hainsey described them, were airline service, economic development and airport improvements.

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December 1st

BOA to consider bid for Lafayette St. work

December 1, 2014

The Starkville Board of Aldermen will consider a $10,050 bid on the first phase of proposed accessibility and aesthetic improvements along Lafayette Street at its regular meeting Tuesday.
The bid, from JCV Construction, is about $50 higher than the $10,000 scope the board set for the project. Starkville Mayor Parker Wiseman said whether aldermen could accept it is up to the board.

Christmas Parade slated for tonight

December 1, 2014

As a competitor on American Idol, Miss Mississippi, and a finalist in the Miss America Pageant, Columbus native Jasmine Murray has made several appearances on national television. But this holiday season, she’s making a guest appearance on Starkville’s own local television station, WOBV 5.

Herring makes impact with Scouts

December 1, 2014

Those who know John Herring say his reliability is a strength, not only for himself, but for the community.
Herring is widely known for his long-term volunteer work as an assistant scoutmaster for Starkville’s Boy Scout Troop 14.

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November 28th

VIDEO OF THE DAY: 5 Genius Thanksgiving Leftover Ideas

November 28, 2014

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