October 1st, 2010
The first sheriff of the county was Robert A. Lampkin, who it is said, carried all of court papers in his hat without experiencing any inconvenience.
Together letâ€™s return back to the 1960â€™s and 1970â€™s, and weâ€™ll go back to our great and beautiful, flat, landscapes of our Mississippi Delta.
Flames from a Thursday afternoon wildfire ravaged dozens of acres of rolling pasture and woodlands near the Craig Springs community in south Oktibbeha County.
The wait is over, and today those participating in the seventh annual Citywide Tailgate Party and Competition will prove â€śThe Ringâ€™s the Thingâ€ť and â€śRespect the Bellâ€ť as the event celebrates Mississip
Some future firefighter could have a very special addition to his bedroom decor to take home Saturday night.
Starkville Police Department officials are seeking comments from the public as the agency undergoes an on-site assessment for reaccreditation by the Mississippi Law Enforcement Accreditation Commissio
The funeral mass for Marion â€śMikeâ€ť Blass Couvillion will be held at 11 a.m. today at St. Joseph Catholic Church.Â
The funeral for Baby Zykheria S. Yetna will be Saturday at 11 a.m. in the West Memorial Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Willis Cemetery.
The Rev. Henry Mosley will officiate.
Last Friday night, Starkville Academy lifted a two-year old weight off their backs.
Last season, Ashton Shumpert was trying to help coach Jamie Mitchell win football games at Itawamba Agricultural High School.