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November 1st, 2010

Burglary suspect headed back to prison

November 1, 2010

The prime suspect in last week’s burglary on Harris Road is headed back to prison for violating terms of his post-release supervision for a prior felony conviction.

Sidney frustrated by his play on Saturday

November 1, 2010

Renardo Sidney continues to describe Saturday’s open scrimmage with one word: frustrating.

Johnson welcomes greater role with Lady Bulldogs

November 1, 2010

Diamber Johnson understands how difficult being a starting point guard can be in Southeastern Conference women's basketball.

Area transportation commissioner Minor dies

November 1, 2010

Northern District Transportation Commissioner Bill Minor, 68, died today in Biloxi where he'd been attending a national transportation conference, The Associated Press reports.

Area transportation commissioner Minor dies

November 1, 2010

Northern District Transportation Commissioner Bill Minor, 68, died today in Biloxi where he'd been attending a national transportation conference, The Associated Press reports.

Area transportation commissioner Minor dies

November 1, 2010

Northern District Transportation Commissioner Bill Minor, 68, died today in Biloxi where he'd been attending a national transportation conference, The Associated Press reports.

Area transportation commissioner Minor dies

November 1, 2010

Northern District Transportation Commissioner Bill Minor, 68, died today in Biloxi where he'd been attending a national transportation conference, The Associated Press reports.

October 31st

Final week of Circuit Court term opens

October 31, 2010

The third and final week of the fall term of Oktibbeha County Circuit Court is scheduled to begin this morning at the Courthouse Annex on West Main Street.

Young readers receive cultural lessons

October 31, 2010

In the last two months, children and teen book club members have enjoyed a variety of intriguing programs at the Starkville Public Library in conjunction with Greg Mortenson’s “Three Cups of Tea.”

Retired prof to sign copies of new book

October 31, 2010

Mississippi State University’s African-American Studies program and Barnes and Noble Bookstore will host a talk and book signing by Dr.

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