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January 14th, 2014
Local law enforcement personnel braced for a flurry of break-in reports as Mississippi State University students returned to town from winter break, and instead experienced one of the quietest such periods in years.
Scott Waller has seen the difference economic development can make for Mississippi.
Oktibbeha County School District is bouncing back from a cold snap that outright crippled some of its operations early this week.
Students from 11 colleges across the state submitted 767 works of art to the Mississippi Collegiate Art Competition (MCAC), and of those, 124 pieces were chosen for display this week.
Extreme cold temperatures are finally moving from the area, leaving some locals to try to regroup and deal with the damage left behind.
Buses for the Starkville-MSU Area Rapid Transit (SMART) system began making their rounds Monday in what Mississippi State University officials are categorizing as a soft launch, with several key features remaining to be implemented.
Mississippi State University has signed a memorandum of understanding with the United Nationsâ€™ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) that will expand MSUâ€™s capacity to research solutions to global poverty and hunger.
Starkvilleâ€™s Board of Aldermen unanimously voted during its regular meeting Tuesday to hire Taylor Adams as the cityâ€™s new chief administrative officer.
The Mississippi Legislature began the 2014 legislative session Tuesday, and local legislators will face a number of issues as it carries on.
Recent extreme cold temperatures are playing havoc on water systems in local buildings.
City, county and university officials are all dealing with headaches as temperatures slowly warm and frozen pipes thaw and burst.
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