August 5th, 2010
Devices set for installation on at least 101 Mississippi-based diesel trucks will save on fuel costs and help the environment, officials said Thursday.
Extremely hot daytime temperatures, coupled with sustained dry conditions over the last several days, have prompted Starkville Fire Department officials to impose a ban on an residential and commercia
A Starkville teenager is now facing trial on felony charges in two separate incidents that could send him to prison for the rest of his life if he is convicted.
A conglomerate ministry set up to assist people in crisis has moved from Highway 12 closer to the downtown area.
Starkville teenager Demario Glen Keyes was sentenced Thursday to serve 10 years in prison for armed robbery in the January 2009 holdup of a north Starkville convenience store.
The weather is hot, and those who canâ€™t beat the heat are invited to come to the Starkville Community Market and join it.
Twenty-three years before the Wright Brotherâ€™s flight in Kitty Hawk, N.C., a Starkville resident, Charles A. Sullivan, in 1880, was awarded the first U.S. patent on a flying aircraft.
On July 26, the Starkville High volleyball team held their first official practice of the 2010 season. Today, just 11 days later, it's already game time for the Lady Yellowjackets.
Rev. and Mrs. Mike Smithey of Philadelphia are happy to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Brittany Michelle Smithey, to Frank Wesley Brewer, Jr.
It will be a night of introductions at Starkville High School's Yellowjacket Stadium on Friday.