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September 4th, 2010
Joel Gill and Gregg Harper sounded a lot alike as they addressed some 70 people in a town hall meeting at the Starkville Sportsplex on Saturday â€” both stressed the need for a change in Congress.
Eleven states have already outlawed it.
Starkville retailers continue to defy the stagnant national economy as the latest sales tax figures show growth for the sixth straight month
Itâ€™s official: Both races for the Oktibbeha County School District Board of Trustees in this yearâ€™s general election are now contested.
The Labor Day weekend began in tragedy for one local family after a 2-year-old boy was killed Friday when he was run over by his motherâ€™s car after freeing himself from his car seat and opening the do
Starkville Community Theatre opens its 33rd season in a very necessary fashion â€” with the laugh-out-loud farce by Paul Slade Smith, â€śUnnecessary Farce.â€ť
With a host of major events today and Saturday, officials are urging residents to allot extra time to get where theyâ€™re going due to an expected influx of vehicular traffic and the likelihood of numer
Mississippi State Universityâ€™s enrollment rose by more than 1,000 students this fall over last, preliminary numbers released Thursday by state higher education officials showed.
â€śWear a lifejacket.â€ť
Itâ€™s a simple, potentially life-saving message U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials hope to convey through an awareness campaign â€“Â with a Bulldog twist.
The downtown shuttle running for Mississippi State University home football games will take fans to and from campus with three stops overall.