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September 8th, 2010
Plans for a new Senior Enrichment Center continue to clash with with a city ordinance requiring sidewalks with all new developments.
Starkville Visitors and Convention Council officials have realized more than their projected revenues for the fiscal year, and one official sees the trend continuing.
Editorâ€™s note: The following is information from Tuesday nightâ€™s Starkville School District Board of Trustees meeting that was unable to be published in Wednesdayâ€™s newspaper due to space limitations.
Starkville residents can expect a slightly higher sanitation bill after the Board of Aldermen voted Tuesday to combine several departments under one umbrella.
Starkville will officially become the 50th Mississippi Main Street community in a formal designation ceremony Thursday.
Few problems have been experienced within the Starkville School District in the new school year, Supt. Judy Couey reported Tuesday.
Organizers for the 2010 Citywide Tailgate Party and Competition are out to prove that â€śthe ringâ€™s the thingâ€ť when the event celebrates the Mississippi State cowbell tradition in a few weeks.
Though Oktibbeha County School District students showed marked improvement in state test scores for 2010, members of the districtâ€™s Board of Trustees say that improvement was not enough after their pr
A northbound motorist on Highway 25 just north of Craig Springs Road was surprised to see smoke and flames emitting from the camper trailer he was pulling.
Starkville residents will get to have their say on a proposed tax increase this evening when the Board of Aldermen holds a public hearing on the issue and the cityâ€™s proposed budget for the 2010-2011