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MSU sees Georgia Tech again

December 31, 2014

Dan Mullen has brought Mississippi State a long way since 2009.
It was his first year as the head coach of the Bulldogs and the team went 5-7 and was one win away from making a bowl game. MSU dropped a 42-31 decision to Georgia Tech at home that year.

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A look back at some of the most memorable moments of 2014

December 31, 2014

Many members of the Starkville, Oktibbeha County and Mississippi State University communities helped to change the faces of those communities in 2014. Some resurrected popular events and brought citizens together. Others rallied the community in a battle for glory on the football field, and still others engaged in fierce political struggles.

Two juveniles arrested after police chase

December 31, 2014

Starkville Police Department arrested two juvenile suspects Monday on suspicion of stealing two vehicles after they allegedly crashed a truck into a sign near the Army-Navy Pawn Shop.

Investigation yields 2 arrests in arson, assault

December 31, 2014

Starkville Police Department announced Tuesday that an investigation into a Sunday aggravated assault and attempted first-degree arson incident has yielded two additional arrests.

Daniels announces supervisor candidacy

December 31, 2014

The 2015 election season is quickly approaching with Qualifications opening on Jan. 1. Dennis “Denny” Daniels, has announced his intention to qualify and run for Oktibbeha County Supervisor in District 3.

December 30th

Man arrested in assault, arson

December 30, 2014

Starkville Police Department arrested a suspect Monday on suspicion of charges related to aggravated assault and attempted first-degree arson.
Officers went to 200 Hartness Street in Starkville at 11:09 p.m Sunday after 911 dispatchers received complaints of shots fired in the area.

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Police, fire report quiet holiday roads

December 30, 2014

Starkville and Oktibbeha County law enforcement and fire officials report a relatively quiet Christmas week this year, with few felonies, no significant fires and overall calls comparable to the same time frame in years past.

Local churches set to host Watch Night services

December 30, 2014

Many churches throughout Starkville will bring in the new year during annual Watch Night services.
These services, which typically begin about 10 p.m. serve to put away the past and prepare for the future, said Rev. Tyrone Stallings of New Zion U.M. Church.

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December 29th

Officials: Ring in new year safely

December 29, 2014

Brandon Hemphill says the biggest mistake people make when it comes to fireworks is underestimating them.
He’s the manager at Orbit Fireworks on Highway 182 just east of Starkville, and while July 4 is still some months away, many also shoot fireworks for New Year’s Eve. And when customers come in, he said, sometimes he hears stories that make him fear for their safety.

Franks leads community volunteering efforts

December 29, 2014

Angela Lindsey saw Meggan Franks’ dedication at work as soon as Starkville Habitat for Humanity and Mississippi State University broke ground on Lindsey’s Maroon Edition Habitat for Humanity house. 

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