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October 28th, 2010
JACKSON â€” The Mississippi Supreme Court has thrown out the death sentence given Kristi Leigh Fulgham for her role in the 2003 murder of her husband.
An Oktibbeha County man is behind bars on a burglary charge after he led sheriffâ€™s deputies on a foot chase through a wooded area as they attempted to arrest him Thursday morning.
West Oktibbeha County High Schoolâ€™s 2010 Homecoming celebration will culminate today with the 2010 Homecoming Court presentation to be held at 1 p.m. in the H.D.
Starkville area residents will have the opportunity to select the collage that will hang in a school in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Vying for a spot on the Oktibbeha County School District Board of Trustees as the member at-large is Melvin Harris.
Voters needing to cast absentee ballots for Tuesdayâ€™s general election have just today and tomorrow to do so.
Suicide reported off Lynn Lane Thursday
Starkville Police Department officers responded to a reported suicide on Helen Circle off Lynn Lane on Thursday.
MSU Florist to hold
holiday open house,
floral program Friday
The Mississippi Stateâ€™s University Florist will hold a holiday open house on Friday to showcase a variety of seasonal designs.
A lawsuit asking a Circuit Court judge to overturn the Starkville School Districtâ€™s dress code has been dismissed.
Editorâ€™s note: This is the first story profiling candidates for two seats on the Oktibbeha County School District Board of Trustees in Tuesdayâ€™s general election.