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November 6th, 2010

Festival of Trees to open this week

November 7, 2010

Holiday fun continues this week as the third annual Festival of Trees benefitting the United Way gets under way with food, decorations and an early visit from Santa.

Abrams to give lecture at MSU

November 7, 2010

Discussing the role of the black church in African-American Society will be Dr. Andrea Abrams at Monday’s African American studies lectures series.

Starkville Police Department Blotter

November 7, 2010

The following is a listing of incidents and arrests reported by the Starkville Police Department from Oct. 22 to Nov. 3.

Symphony Chorus concert set this afternoon

November 7, 2010

According to the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Franz Schubert is “pre-eminent” among the composers of vocal music.

MSU Wind Ensemble to perform

November 7, 2010

The Mississippi State University Wind Ensemble will present its second concert of the season Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Lee Hall’s Bettersworth Auditorium.  

November 5th

Murder suspect’s bond reduced

November 6, 2010

An Oktibbeha County Circuit Court judge on Friday lowered the bond for murder suspect Dennis Thompson, who is facing possible indictment by the Grand Jury on in the May 22 shooting death of a 25-year-

Oktoc Country Store planned today

November 6, 2010

Brunswick stew, sandwiches and snacks, pies, cakes and many more delectable delights are in store for visitors at today’s Oktoc Country Store.

Cadence sets December vote on bank sale

November 6, 2010

Shareholders of Cadence Bank will vote in early December on whether to take the bank private and sell their stakes in the publicly-traded financial company.

Fulgham wins new hearing in contraband in jail case

November 6, 2010

JACKSON — The Mississippi Supreme Court has ordered a new evidentiary hearing for Kristi Fulgham, who challenged her conviction of passing a cell phone and charger to another inmate in the Oktibbeha C

Attorney: ‘Different landscape’ today for immigration law

November 5, 2010

Federal officials look more now to businesses to check for immigration than in years past, an attorney who handles such cases said.

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