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May 16th, 2014
Even though most students have left MSU for the summer, the physical impact of the ever-growing size and population of campus can still be felt in surrounding areas. In terms of roads and traffic, Oktibbeha County is working to ensure easy access to the areas students frequent the most, especially Blackjack Road.
Every time Oktibbeha County sheriffâ€™s deputy Phillip Miller starts to wonder if he chose the right profession, he said something special happens to reaffirm his decision.
Valedictorian Will Klein and Salutatorian Kelley Mazzola will lead Starkville High Schoolâ€™s graduating class of 2014 during its commencement ceremony at 6 p.m. May 23. at Humphrey Coliseum.
Kleinâ€™s parents are Stephen and Marie Klein. He plans to attend Centre College in Danville, Ky. and major in neuroscience.
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership rolled out its new Mid-Week Market last week. The eventâ€™s second installment was Tuesday, and although the number of vendors is currently low, the eventâ€™s organizers say it has been successful.
The Golden Triangle Region has an abundance of economic development potential, but the communities that comprise the region must take certain steps to create and maintain a skilled labor force to ensure that potential does not go to waste.
A Carrollton motorist overturned and severely damaged her vehicle in an accident on Highway 82 in Oktibbeha County Tuesday morning but escaped without life-threatening injuries.
Brenda McCoy has lived on Carver Drive since 1990, and sheâ€™s been waiting for the flooding there to stop.
Starkville School Board unanimously accepted funds from a nearly 30-year-old bond during its regular meeting Tuesday night at the Greensboro Center.
The bond, which totals $474,081.13, was left over from tax money collected for a 1986 bond that was paid off in 2006.City Clerk Lesa Hardin recently discovered the money in a city account and notified school officials.
The Golden Triangle Development LINK will officially unveil the findings of an extensive regional economic development study at 9 a.m. today at East Mississippi Community College.
The Starkville School District Board of Trustees will consider a resolution to accept almost a half-million dollars from the city of Starkville from an old bond account.
The city is offering the district $474,081.34 left over from a 1986 school bond issue.
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