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February 2nd, 2015
Beverly Hammett doesnâ€™t see obstacles. Instead, she treats her disability as a blessing.
Hammett retired from a career in social work in 1999 when her first granddaughter was born.Â
BY MARY GARRISON
Special to Starkville Daily News
Representatives for U.S. Rep. Alan Nunnelee (R - Miss.), have confirmed that the congressman is receiving hospice care in his Tupelo home.
Unemployment across Mississippi is down, but figures are up locally, according to the latest available figures from the Mississippi Department of Employment Security.
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership held its 14th annual banquet on Thursday night, allowing business leaders across the community to come together and celebrate the successful year Starkville saw in 2014.
Toys arenâ€™t always just for kids. For Gregg Flint, his collection of farm toys represent an educational experience for people of all ages.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney teased the capacity crowd in Lee Hallâ€™s Bettersworth Auditorium with presidential ambitions Wednesday evening, but stopped short of saying heâ€™ll run again.
Marcus Earl Johnson, 22, of Starkville was arrested Tuesday and now faces an armed robbery charge stemming from a Nov. 8 incident on the Mississippi State campus, the school announced Wednesday.
Friends and family gathered for a memorial service Tuesday at Episcopal Church of the Resurrection for Starkville resident John Switzer, 24, who went missing off the coast of Gulf Shores, Ala., earlier this month.
Switzer was last heard from when he sent pictures of the ocean to family members from his kayak on Jan. 10.
Joe Mitchell Gillespie, 28, of Starkville was found guilty of armed robbery Tuesday at the Oktibbeha County Courthouse.
A Starkville municipal court judge set a $1 million bond for a Starkville man arrested for his suspected role in an armed robbery and shooting at a Chevron station last week.