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November 12th, 2014
Four local actors will make their Starkville Community Theatre debut on Thursday when âA Party to Murderâ opens at the Playhouse on Main.
Starkville Police Chief Frank Nichols has never seen anything like Mississippi State Universityâs current football success.
Nichols, a Starkville native, has served on the police force since 1992 â a time that includes several strong seasons, including a 1998 SEC West Division Championship season and a 10-2 season in 1999.
First United Methodist Churchâs Annual Christmas Handworks Bazaar will return for its ninth year on Thursday.
The bazaar, which will feature 40 booths of Mississippi artisans, will take place from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the churchâs Christian Life Center.
On Nov. 19, long before Mississippi State University journeys to the University of Mississippi in Oxford for the Egg Bowl, each school will send football teams of a another kind to MSUâs campus for a different kind of Egg Bowl.
Many have stories about the difference Habitat for Humanity can make, including Starkville Rotary Club President Michelle Amos.
Fire officials are advising the public to use care when heating homes as autumnâs temperatures continue to drop for the winter.
According to the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA), in 2011, heating fires accounted for an estimated 53,600 home fires across the U.S. Those fires led to 400 deaths, 1,520 injuries and $893 million in direct property damage.
Three people were hospitalizedÂ Saturday nightÂ after a two-vehicle collision on Highway 25.
Mississippi Highway Patrol Sgt. Criss Turnipseed said the accident happened aboutÂ 7:15 p.m.Â when a northbound 1997 Buick Riviera crossed over the median and struck a southbound 2013 Honda Civic. The collision happened south of the Highway 25-Longview Road intersection.
Itâs hard for any visitors to Starkville City Hall, especially those who go in the morning on most days, to miss Mary Adams.
Dennis Thompson, a 22-year-old Starkville resident who jurors convicted of murder and three counts of aggravated assault last week, received a 40-year sentence in the Mississippi Department of Corrections Thursday in a sentencing hearing in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
Mississippi State University has adjusted its route for the Homecoming parade at 5:30 p.m. today compared with previous years, keeping parade traffic localized to campus with no city streets blocked.