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January 4th, 2011
From left, Circuit Court judges Jim Kitchens, Lee Howard and Lee Coleman took their oaths of office Tuesday morning during a brief ceremony at the Oktibbeha County Courthouse Annex on West Main Street
By PAUL SIMS
Community college students will perform a Starkville nativeâ€™s play later this month after she won top honors in the adult division of a state competition.
By SHEA STASKOWSKI
Theatre MSU will be holding an open audition for its next production, and members of the community are encouraged to participate.
NEW ORLEANS â€” Two teenagers were charged last week with murder in the Dec. 23 shooting death of former Starkville resident Jonathan Hall, a television station in the Crescent City has reported.
Electrical problems are believed to be the cause of a fire Sunday afternoon in the District 5 area of Oktibbeha County.
Gathering in front of fans clad in maroon and white, the Mississippi State Bulldogs celebrate their 52-14 victory over the Michigan Wolverines in the 2011 Progressive Gator Bowl at Everbank Field in J
Members of Mississippi Stateâ€™s spirit squads gather for a quick photo prior to their appearance in the Gator Bowl Parade on New Yearâ€™s Eve.
Dr. Denise Rowan has recently released her second book for middle school level readers, and a special book-signing event is set for Saturday.