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January 28th, 2011
A group of more than 300 Armstrong Middle School sixth graders are more prepared to resist peer pressure and poor decisions thanks to the completion of the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) prog
The Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS) at Mississippi State University (MSU) has developed The Mission Eggcellence Challenge Program to inspire young minds to explore the worlds of math, sci
In response to a recent altercation involving a dozen Armstrong Middle School girls, the administration decided to host an educational assembly on female bullying.
Though Henderson Intermediate student Anne-Marie is only a sixth grader, her teachers already see an impressive level of dedication in her school work.
Starkville Academy fourth grader Mary Beth Woodward always strives to do her best in everything shes does, and that is why she was nominated as this weekâ€™s academic all-star.
People all over the community will be rolling up their sleeves today for the annual service celebration commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
December 29th, 2010
Students in Niki Mulrooneyâ€™s fifth grade class at Henderson Intermediate are making friends â€” with trees.
East Oktibbeha County Elementary sixth grader John Neal Jr. is a well-rounded student and this weekâ€™s academic all-star.
Recently, Modern Woodmen of America members have a lasting gift to the community. Members of the Starkville Modern Woodmen planted a magnolia tree at each of the four Oktibbeha County schools.
The sixth graders of Starkville Academy recently turned their school into a museum about ancient Egypt.