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Starkville police have one suspect in custody who was reportedly involved in a shoplifting investigation and a high-speed chase Friday across two counties, but the second is still at large.
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Starkville Board of Aldermen will meet today on the heels of Community Development Director Bill Snowdenâ€™s sudden resignation.
The board will meet at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall.
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Starkville police continue to search for two male suspects that led law enforcement on a high-speed chase across two counties on Friday afternoon.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors took a step forward in the process of developing a comprehensive plan for the county at its Monday meeting.
To Rob Smithâ€™s mind, thereâ€™s a difference between being a member of a Rotary Club and being a Rotarian.
Starkville Board of Aldermen unanimously accepted embattled Starkville Police Chief David Lindleyâ€™s letter of retirement during a called meeting Tuesday afternoon.
The board placed Lindley on administrative leave with pay on Friday after another called meeting. Lindley was to remain on leave while the city conducted an investigation.
After 18 years of service, Oktibbeha County Administrator Don Posey is retiring.
Posey, 71, said heâ€™d grappled with the decision for some time, and finally decided it was time to move on.
Bart Wood, general manager for The Little Dooey in Starkville, is offering his employees a trade.
The Board of Alderman has accepted a retirement letter from Police Chief David Lindley
John Outlaw never expected coming out of retirement to serve as acting police chief for Starkville Police Department, but heâ€™s determined to make the best that he can of the situation.