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October 3rd, 2013
The holiday spirit is already starting to spread through OCH Regional Medical Center, according to its Public Relations Director Mary Kathryn Kight.
Starkvilleâ€™s Board of Aldermen unanimously approved a measure Tuesday calling for a review of the cityâ€™s landscaping and sidewalk ordinances.
The agenda item arose impromptu as it was not included in the boardâ€™s e-packet prior to the meeting. Instead, Aldermen Lisa Wynn and David Little, of Wards 2 and 3 respectively, presented it jointly as an agenda addition after the meeting began.
For Starkville and dozens of other Mississippi communities, the road to the fiber-optic frontier now has some hard deadlines.
Thousands of residents and visitors are expected to infiltrate the Cotton District Friday for the Mississippi State University 2013 Bulldog Bash.
There was a sign on the locked front door of the Rabey Wentworth Harned USDA Research Laboratory Tuesday: â€śThis U.S. Department of Agriculture office is currently closed, due to the lapse in federal government funding. The office will reopen once Congress restores funding.â€ť
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OCH Regional Medical Center Director of Infection Control Kim Roberts wanted to help children see germs in a new light.
As the product of an Army family, Steve Reagan has lived many places in his life, but after 14 months in Starkville as the director for the Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee Wildlife Refuge, Reagan has found himself enjoying Starkville.
The National Federation of the Blind has designated October as Meet the Blind Month and today the Starkville chapter is holding an event from 9 a.m. to noon at St. Lukeâ€™s Lutheran Church offering information and resources to those affected by any capacity of blindness.
The Emerson Family Center celebrated touching more than 200 families through its Project CARE classes on Monday.
Elmarie Brooks, project manager for Project CARE for the Department of Family Centered Programs with the Starkville School District, said the Project CARE was made up of a number of different classes to help parents strengthen their parenting skills.
Deep South Pout co-owner Jason Stoker called himself and the three other owners â€śa bunch of knuckleheads that canâ€™t really do anything,â€ť as they stood before a crowd of fellow businesspeople Thursday.
As the group was accepting the award for Starkville Main Street Associationâ€™s Merchant of the Year when Stoker made the statement, there apparently has not been a consensus for his observation.