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September 5th, 2010
Central Oktibbeha Firefighters were called to Dido road in the Longview Community at 2:41 a.m. Sunday. Arriving firefighters found the Edmonds house fully engulfed in flames.
SDN Staff Reports
Numerous public meetings are scheduled this week in Starkville and Oktibbeha County.
Oktibbeha County School Board
A new boutique has come to Starkville and its owner, Lauren Wilson, is a interior design and education major at Mississippi State.
For the Daily News
A farce, by definition, is a broadly humorous play, often based on exploitation of improbable or ludicrousÂ situations or actions.
Mrs. Gene McEwen has been named the OCH Regional Medical Center Hospital Auxiliary Volunteer of the Year for the 2009-2010 year.
Say hello to Emerald. She was brought to our shelter by a good samaritan who found her on Sand Road. Emerald is approximately 3 months old and is a Chihuahua/Jack Russell terrior mix.
The book of the week is: HOW JACKRABBIT GOT HIS VERY LONG EARS by Heather Irbinskas and illustrated by Kenneth J. Spengler.
Brooklyn Hall Personal Care Home residents enjoyed a nice outing through the Sturgis Bike Rally and ended up at Paps Place in Ackerman.Â Above, from left to right is Lynn McClelland, RN, Frances Jone
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.