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August 12th, 2010
Oktibbeha County sheriffâ€™s deputies, East Oktibbeha volunteer firefighters and OCH Regional Medical Center paramedics work to free a man from the wreckage of his car after he collided with a stopped p
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The Starkville Community Market is ready for a great Saturday this week at the corner of Lampkin and Jackson Streets.
With almost one month until the final approval of a new budget, Mayor Parker Wiseman and members of Starkville Board of Aldermen are deciding what goes in and what does out.
Nearly $50,000 from the cityâ€™s tourism promotion agency will be used to help sponsor events in the community over the next year.
Learn more about latest Sarah Booth Delaney adventures in a special book signing event today at the Book Mart in downtown Starkville.
Mississippi State University and Starkville Habitat for Humanity have joined forces again to build a second Maroon Edition Habitat home, which broke ground Tuesday morning.
The federal co-chair of the Appalachian Regional Commission got a first-hand look at the economic development progress in the Golden Triangle Tuesday.
Developers of the recently renovated milk plant are asking permission from Starkville to expand the facilityâ€™s parking and rezone the property.
The head of the parent company of American Eurocopter â€“ a major employer in the Golden Triangle region â€“ survived a plane crash in a remote area of Alaska Monday night, officials said Tuesday.