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May 29th, 2014
Mississippi State University Vice President for Student Affairs Bill Kibler is one of three finalists for president of Sul Ross State University (SRSU) in Alpine, Texas.
A new mural on the old service station next to Stromboliâ€™s is drawing eyes and generating conversation.
The mural, one side of which depicts a fox with birds perched on the pipes that make up its eyes, is the result of a collaboration between the Greater Starkville Development Partnershipâ€™s Main Street Association, Stromboliâ€™s and the Mural Collective of Starkville.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen approved City Engineer Edward Kempâ€™s proposed 2014 capital improvement plan after a brief public hearing Tuesday evening.
Kemp presented his $1.2 million plan to the board during a special recess meeting. Aldermen voted 5-0 to adopt the plan, with Ben Carver and Jason Walker of Wards 1 and 4, respectively, absent.
The first holiday weekend of the summer season is in the books and authorities are thanking locals for making it a relatively quiet one.
Repurposing is everywhere at Boardtown Gardens and More.
A Starkville woman is dead after a vehicle struck her Thursday on Highway 182 in Lowndes County.
Mississippi Highway Patrol reported that 27-year-old Sharonica Puckett was killed when Charles Mays, also 27 of Louisville, who was driving a 2002 Dodge pickup, hit her on the highway near US Highway 45 Alt.
Starkville Police and Fire departments are set to square off against each other on the softball diamond for a good cause.
The departments will face each other in the inaugural Battle of the Sirens at 2 p.m. May 31 at the Starkville Sportsplex in a fundraising effort to assist victims of the April 28 EF4 tornado that devastated Louisville and Winston County.
With Memorial Day weekend approaching, many people are making plans for family, fun, and maybe even grilling.
However, few people plan for the problems that may arise when all these elements combine.
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Amy Tuck first knew Marty Wiseman as her professor when she majored in political science at Mississippi State University.
Since last fall, Starkville has been a major component of a technological innovation in banking. However, it is only recently that Starkville residents have been able to reap the benefits of this technology.