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October 19th, 2010

Woman's murder trial delayed

October 20, 2010

The murder trial for an Oktibbeha County woman in the November 2009 fatal shooting of her husband while he was hunting has been postponed until January.

Louisville St. project adds amenities

October 20, 2010

More than half a mile of a pedestrian-heavy street will become safer for all its travelers next year.

Book signing scheduled Thursday

October 20, 2010

One small Mississippi town, a country store/service station, plenty of memorable characters, plus somewhat dysfunctional parents and assorted relatives shape the world of an only child growing up in t

News Notebook

October 20, 2010

Reed, Hospital roads to be closed this week due to construction

Sections of Reed Road will be closed at intermittent times Thursday to allow for asphalt patching ahead of a major repaving.

Student mugged while leaving campus

October 19, 2010

Mississippi State police are searching for a suspect in the reported mugging of a female student as she walked toward an off-campus apartment complex Tuesday afternoon.

October 18th

Charged dropped in shooting

October 19, 2010

An aggravated assault charge filed against a 28-year-old Natchez man in connection with a Sunday morning shooting incident at a public housing complexwas dropped Monday evening.

OCEDA board adopts leaner budget

October 19, 2010

The Oktibbeha County Economic Development Authority will operate with a leaner budget than last year’s, with several factors contributing to the dropoff, an official said.

Retired prof to discuss book on Carters

October 18, 2010

It began as curiosity and grew to a fascination with the life and times of former United States President Jimmy Carter, and his wife, Rosalynn.

Man charged for filing false robbery report

October 18, 2010

A man’s report of an alleged assault on the Mississippi State campus Sunday afternoon was false, university police have determined in a continuing investigation.

Supes: Budget too tight to buy road equipment

October 18, 2010

Oktibbeha County supervisors shook their heads “no” — for now — to an offer that could potentially save the public money during road construction season.

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