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November 20th, 2013
An issue that arose during the aldermen comments section of Tuesdayâ€™s Starkville Board of Aldermen meeting briefly stole the spotlight from the proposed boardroom cell phone ban.
An issue that has caused an uproar among citizens since Friday fell softly to the sound of silence during Tuesdayâ€™s Starkville Board of Aldermen meeting.
hen Herman Boone, the high school football coach played by Denzel Washington in â€śRemember the Titans,â€ť came to Mississippi State Universityâ€™s Colvard Student Union Ballroom Wednesday night, dozens of people were gathering outside hoping to get seats.
A major first step toward Mississippi Highway Patrol keeping an office in Oktibbeha County came to fruition Tuesday when MHP representatives received a deed to 10 acres of property on which to build a new substation for District 5, Troop G.
Starkville Police Department will host an annual free child ID program on Saturday.
The program, called Lynda Clardyâ€™s Child ID Program, will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Starkville Wal-Mart, located at 1010 Highway 12 West.
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Following backlash from a proposed resolution that would have banned electronic device use at Starkville Board of Aldermen meetings, Ward 6 Alderman Roy A. Perkins has diluted his proposal to apply only to cell phones.
Before himself becoming a connecting thread between Delaware and Mississippi, Blake Wilson found other such threads.
When Jack Forbus introduced Mississippi Central District Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall to the Starkville Rotary Club Monday, he pointed out a significant milestone in Hall's career that predated his time as transportation commissioner.
It was a good Monday for Marcus and Raven Hendrix and their two children. The family celebrated its new home with a dedication service with members of Habitat for Humanity, Mississippi State University and more.
In 2003, Mississippi Tennessee Railroad, LLC gave notice of abandonment of a stretch of railroad between Houston and New Albany. Ten years later, the former railroad is seeing traffic again, with walkers, bicyclists, and skaters treading where trains once traveled.
The 43.5-mile Tanglefoot Trail is now open, giving northeast Mississippi residents a new locale to exercise and enjoy nature.