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October 8th, 2014
A Starkville man is still in jail for allegedly assaulted a city police officer following a Sunday morning traffic stop.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen voted 6-0 Tuesday to give the Golden Triangle Planning and Development District (GTPDD) authority to prepare and advertise a Mississippi Capital Improvements (CAP) Loan application for up to $400,000 for a sewage rehabilitation project.
District 1 Aldermen Ben Carver was not present at Tuesdayâs meeting at City Hall.
After a night to evaluate the situation, Mississippi State University determined that 153 female students will be displaced as a result of a Sunday night fire in the Oak Hall residence hall, rather than the initially expected 198, according to university chief communication officer Sid Salter.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen will consider authorizing a loan of up to $400,000 for a sewer rehabilitation project in the industrial park at its meeting this evening.
The board will meet at 5:30 p.m. in the City Hall courtroom.
Following months of debate on how Oktibbeha County will provide administrative office space for the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District, school superintendent Lewis Holloway wrangled county supervisors to what they called a âstarting pointâ on Monday.
When members of Starkville Rotary Club meet at Starkville Country Club, many travel down South Montgomery Street, traveling south from downtown Starkville or Highway 12. And when they do, just before they arrive at Starkville Country Club, they see six acres of property under heavy construction.
A week after hosting SEC Networkâs pregame show SEC Nation, the Junction on the campus of Mississippi State University will be the site of another on-campus pregame show.
A fire in Mississippi State Universityâs Oak Hall residence hall on Sunday night will displace 198 female students, but no injuries were reported.
A lot has changed in the Oktibbeha County School District in the last few years.
While a $60,000 cash injection from the city of Starkville to the Parks and Recreation Department in September may have avoided a catastrophe for this year, Parks documentation indicates the departmentâs recent struggles to make payroll may have been a case of history repeating itself.