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September 12th, 2010

Starkville takes a shot at $20 million grant for infrastructure

September 12, 2010

Local volunteers are hoping to cash-in on what would be the most money Starkville would receive from a federal grant in history.

Kardos to discuss Three Cups of Tea Tuesday

September 12, 2010

At 7 p.m. Tuesday, Starkville Reads will sponsor a discussion of Greg Mortenson’s acclaimed best seller Three Cups of Tea led by Dr.

MSU Association of Retired Faculty works on Habitat home

September 12, 2010

Recently five members of the Association of Retired Faculty from Mississippi State University joined other volunteers to assist in completing the roof trusses erection and “wrapping” the outside wall

REVIEW Unnecessary Farce is a scathingly funny night of theatre

September 12, 2010

Those looking for a scathingly funny night of theatre should look no further than Starkville Community Theatre's season opening production of Paul Slade Smith's "Unnecessary Farce."

Adopt a pet today

September 12, 2010

For the Daily News

Duke is a wonderful one year old yellow lab who is looking for his forever family.

Heart to Heart food drive complete

September 12, 2010

Lydia Henry, Branch Director, Lillie Parks, Polly Billups, and Leslie Miller were happy to be able to donate food to St.

September 11th

9/11 attacks forever changed world

September 11, 2010

It began like any other day in America. People awakened, got dressed, had breakfast, saw their children off to school and headed to work.

SDN Readers share 9/11 memories

September 11, 2010

"My daughter, Mary Malinda Valentine, who was 10 years old at the time, took a photograph of the World Trade Center towers on Dec. 19, 2000.

Tax hikes the talk of forum

September 11, 2010

As both city and county governments prepare to raise property taxes, members of the Starkville Tea Party wanted to know why during a public forum Saturday.

Starkville Recycling out of curbside program

September 11, 2010

Starkville Recycling has announced they will no longer be a part of the city’s free curbside recycling program.

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