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July 15th, 2014
Starkville Chief Administrative Officer Taylor Adams said he intended to offer both aldermen and the public hard figures this evening associated with the cityâ€™s discussions with Cadence Bank to purchase the bankâ€™s main branch downtown for a police facility.
Trying to beat the summer heat can burn through cash fast.
A late-night fire reduced an Oktibbeha County home to ruin Sunday.
Oktibbeha County Fire Services Coordinator Kirk Rosenhan said county firefighters received a call to a structure fire at 318 Love Hill Road at 9:59 p.m. He said the fire had reached an advanced state by the time firefighters made it to the scene.
By the time Miss Mississippiâ€™s judges had narrowed the field of 41 down to three Saturday night, they had guaranteed the crown would alight on a current Mississippi State University studentâ€™s head.
For three decades, Oktibbeha County Fire Services Coordinator Kirk Rosenhan has played a dedicated role as the director of fire protection to county residents.
Rosenhan began working off-and-on with the Oktibbeha County fire departments in 1963. He began his still-ongoing tenure as fire services coordinator in the 1980s.
As summer temperatures rise, several state and local agencies have been taking action to remind parents that itâ€™s imperative to make sure not to leave their children in cars unattended.
Starkville Police Department officers arrested a resident who reportedly fired shots at them early Thursday morning, averting injuries on either side.
SPD Chief Frank Nichols said Chadwick Lee Eaves lives at 271 Reed Road with his mother. At 3:30 a.m. Thursday, officers responded to a report from another relative that Eaves exhibited possible signs of mental illness and possessed a gun.
Starkville Police Department is seeking community aid in identifying and apprehending two suspects in a reported shoplifting incident Tuesday at Starkvilleâ€™s Wal-Mart.
Loosing a child is arguably one of the most traumatic events a parent can experience.
When Anita Lindseyâ€™s 22-year-old daughter Quanesha was shot in a domestic dispute several years ago, Lindsey said she felt as if her whole world had fallen part.
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One Starkville familyâ€™s struggle against a rare, life-threatening disease has helped create a way for those who suffer from it around the world draw nearer to each other through social networking.