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August 16th, 2010
Chandler Douglas, grandson of Bojangles owners Bill and Pat Cunningham, serves as host to Justin Casano as he describes some of the sweet treats available at Monday nightâ€™s VIP Party at Bojangles.
While Oktibbeha County supervisors wonâ€™t say they are considering raising taxes again this year, theyâ€™re not saying theyâ€™re not, either.
Starkville police are seeking help from the public in identifying at least two men â€” possibly more â€” involved in a shooting incident at a north Starkville apartment complex late Sunday night.
A county supervisorâ€™s last attempt to ask the public whether a road bond should be issued has failed after his colleagues gave him no support.
After yet another visit from executives representing the American Red Cross Monday, the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors are determining whether the local â€śbranchâ€ť can legally receive the countyâ€™
Oktibbeha County sheriffâ€™s deputies are seeking assistance from the public in apprehending a suspect wanted on a grand larceny charge.
As it prepares for its 42nd consecutive season, the Starkville/Mississippi State University Symphony Orchestra will hold open auditions for a variety of instruments.
TUPELO â€” Recent graduates of the Medical Technology program at North Mississippi Medical Center include (front row, from left) Sara Beth Lewis of Hatley; Ashley Pace of New Site; Melissa Wade of Boone
LaWanda Swan recently shared her â€śhattitudeâ€ť with the visitors at the Senior Enrichment Center. She also discussed a little history of ladies hats, the role ladies hats have played in the church.
In Palmer, Alaska, at the end of the month of August, the small town will host the State of Alaskaâ€™s State Fair. During the fair, they will have the weigh in for the stateâ€™s largest cabbage.