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September 26th, 2010

More teams sign up for Citywide Tailgate

September 26, 2010

SDN Staff Reports

The list of teams keeps growing for next week’s Citywide Tailgate Party and Competition.

United Way campaign picks up steam

September 26, 2010

Though just starting a month ago, the annual fund-raising campaign for the United Way of North Central Mississippi is starting to gain momentum.

Making an impact: About United Way

September 26, 2010

United Way of North Central Mississippi

• Established in 1974.
• Serves Oktibbeha, Winston, Choctaw and Webster counties.
• Supports 18 local agencies.
• 2011 Campaign Goal — $350,000

Arts Council plans annual gala

September 26, 2010

Starkville Area Arts Council volunteers say that plans are being made for the organization’s annual fundraising gala.

September 24th

Group pushes for smoke-free state

September 25, 2010

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.

OSERVS helps Flexsteel employees train in CPR

September 25, 2010

Starkville Flexsteel employees are operating in a safer environment, thanks to training provided through Oktibbeha-Starkville Emergency Response Volunteer Services. 

Forest Service to break ground on new lab

September 25, 2010

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.

September 23rd

Mortenson brings uplifting message

September 23, 2010

Greg Mortenson’s message is simple: Education can change the world for the better.
It’s a message in which Mortenson believes fervently and has made his life’s work.

Bash to have charitable thrust

September 23, 2010

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 year’s e

Skate park proposed for Gillespie Street

September 23, 2010

What started as a 14-year-old’s dream could grow into a full-sized skate park in Starkville, one official dream-maker says.

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