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September 26th, 2010
MAYHEW â€“ East Mississippi Community Collegeâ€™s business and marketing management program is getting ready for StarStruck 2010, a talent competition that will award winning contestants up to $2,500 in c
SDN Staff Reports
The list of teams keeps growing for next weekâ€™s Citywide Tailgate Party and Competition.
Though just starting a month ago, the annual fund-raising campaign for the United Way of North Central Mississippi is starting to gain momentum.
United Way of North Central Mississippi
â€¢ Established in 1974.
â€¢ Serves Oktibbeha, Winston, Choctaw and Webster counties.
â€¢ Supports 18 local agencies.
â€¢ 2011 Campaign Goal â€” $350,000
Starkville Area Arts Council volunteers say that plans are being made for the organizationâ€™s annual fundraising gala.
Four years after Starkville became the first smoke-free town in Mississippi, the state Legislature could face the decision whether to ban public smoking for every town.
Starkville Flexsteel employees are operating in a safer environment, thanks to training provided through Oktibbeha-Starkville Emergency Response Volunteer Services.Â
Ground will be broken Monday on a new $1.3 million environmentally friendly laboratory at the USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station (SRS) in Starkville.
Greg Mortensonâ€™s message is simple: Education can change the world for the better.
Itâ€™s a message in which Mortenson believes fervently and has made his lifeâ€™s work.
The 11th annual Bulldog Bash is scheduled this Friday night in the Cotton District, and Mississippi State Student Association leaders are again planning a special philanthropic push with this yearâ€™s e