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September 15th, 2010
Quick thinking by Starkville Police Department patrol officers helped solve a Sunday night burglary within two days of the incident.
CRAWFORD â€” The towns of Artesia and Crawford are undergoing a quiet yet substantial transformation.
Both Starkville and Oktibbeha County government leaders are expected to approve increases in resident property taxes in approving the respective budgets for both entities today.
West Oktibbeha County High School welcomed a new principal three weeks into the new school year.
Mississippi State Music Department professor Robert J. Damm will present a faculty pPercussion Recital on Sunday.
Usually, governments have to wait on property owners help them visually improve their towns.
Two of three suspects in the daylight theft of a motorcycle from a local apartment complex on Aug. 25 are now in custody, Oktibbeha County sheriffâ€™s deputies say.
The second suspect in an Aug. 15 incident in which shots were fired into a north Starkville apartment is now in custody.
Two of the three victims in Sunday morningâ€™s shooting on the Sudduth Elementary School only suffered minor injuries and did not require hospitalization, Starkville Police Department officials say.
The Life Choices Pregnancy Care Center is hosting a fundraising dinner banquet on Thursday at First Baptist Church in Starkville.