June 19th, 2014
Starkville may be known for many things, but manufacturing is not one of them.
However, that all may be about to change.
At its June luncheon meeting on Wednesday, the Golden Triangle Development LINK outlined plans for a new industrial park in Starkville.
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Mississippi State University had a role to play Wednesday in an initiative straight from President Barack Obama.
Starkville police are searching for a suspect in a reported Wednesday afternoon residential burglary.
An SPD press release issued late Wednesday says officers responded to the residence at about 12:25 p.m., but the release did not disclose the homeâ€™s address. Police believe the homeowner interrupted the reported burglary and suffered minor injuries during the incident.
Tourism is an important way to bring funds to a community, but it also costs money to attract tourists to an area.
In order to facilitate tourism endeavors in Oktibbeha County, the Starkville Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) offers grant sponsorships to local nonprofit entities that seek to bring visitors to the Starkville area.
Youth baseball will add some excitement in town this weekend.
Beginning today, Starkville will serve as host to the United States Specialty Sports Association 11-Under State championships.
In total, 55 teams will converge on the Golden Triangle area, which tournament director Mike Narmour says is sure to directly impact the entire Starkville community.
Ally McDonald had just one thing on her mind when she came to Mississippi State, and that was to help the Bulldogs compete at a high level.
Geoff Collins made an impression on Dan Mullen this past season.
Good enough to get an extension and a raise this offseason.
The Mississippi State defensive coordinator and linebackers coach has impressed people in the Magnolia State, but now his coaching ability and his players are receiving national praise.Â
After 10 weeks of training, Starkville Police Chief Frank Nichols has returned home from a program at the Federal Bureau of Investigation Academy in Quantico, Va.
Nichols left in early April to take part in the 255th session at the academy, which included men and women from 46 states and Washington D.C., 17 countries abroad, six military organizations and five federal civilian organizations.
A unanimous Starkville Board of Aldermen vote made way for one of Starkvilleâ€™s Sonic locations to get its first major facelift in more than 40 years.
From the moment in September when C Spire announced its Fiber to the Home initiative to bring 1-gigabit per second Internet service to Mississippi homes, Starkville leaders aimed to push the city to the head of the line and keep it there.