One popular Starkville salon is taking ample precautions to protect its customers as Mississippi nail salons reopen after nearly two months due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The History Channel’s “Grant” miniseries will air for the first time Monday and two members of the Mississippi State University Libraries staff will see their names listed with those who made the television event possible. Eddie Rangel and Ryan Semmes of the Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Lib…
The Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library on the Mississippi State University campus played a pivotal role in the upcoming History Channel miniseries, titled simply “Grant,” which will air beginning on Memorial Day.
Local liquor stores may have seen changes in policy, but have seen little slowing in business as they continue to serve their customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If the first picture that comes to mind when someone says “pottery” is a coffee mug, then it’s time to meet Jane Dill. Fortunately, one doesn’t have to travel very far, either, to find her brightly colored, unusual, cheery works. That’s because Jane grew up here in West Point, Mississippi.
Dr. Kenneth Thomas recently interviewed SDN Executive Editor Ryan Phillips to discuss the latest updates on how COVID-19 is impacting Starkville
Mississippi State University's Mitchell Memorial Library will look to bring late 19th and early 20th centuries to life during the 14th annual Charles H. Templeton Ragtime and Jazz Festival this week.
The year's first installation of The Partnership's UnWine Downtown will take place tonight, allowing shoppers and wine lovers alike to roam Main Street in search of deals and drinks.
A group of Mississippi State University freshmen hosted a Valentine’s Day activity this week benefiting both young and old members of the community.
Students from East Mississippi Community College’s Golden Triangle campus and the Golden Triangle Early College High School joined together on Tuesday morning to celebrate the contributions of African-Americans throughout the years.
A Starkville native and graduate of Mississippi State University will soon take the helm at news station WTVA, which covers the Tupelo-Columbus markets and is the news partner of the Starkville Daily News and Daily Times Leader.
On Friday and Saturday nights, cowboys and cowgirls from near and far came to the Mississippi Horse Park to compete in the annual Rotary Classic Rodeo.
The last year of hard work recently paid off for those taking the stage at the Starkville Community Theatre. Over the weekend, numerous awards were given to familiar faces at the theatre as part of the 2020 Mississippi Theatre Association festival in Oxford.
Rising tension and finishing touches are the only things on Bret Dunnaway’s mind as he helps with the grand opening of his favorite sandwich shop on Highway 12.
After 18 months of intensive design and construction, Strange Brew Coffee House’s new location at Starkville’s Midtown development on University Drive opened Monday.
Members of the Starkville Rotary Club had the opportunity to learn about the Mississippi University for Women’s culinary program, when its director, chef instructor Alexi Harrison and chef instructor Mary Helen Hawkins spoke at its meeting Monday.
As part of their enthusiasm for the new year, the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum is introducing County Chit-Chat, a new monthly program designed to increase community engagement with local history.
As the Christmas season concludes, the Starkville Steppers are taking a well-deserved break after the conclusion of their final holiday-themed line dancing performance.
As vehicles drove along Highway 182 at 45 mph, cross-country bikers Ryan Wagner and Morgan McCune peddled toward Starkville, one of the many stops on their journey home to San Diego, California.
Shoppers might have flooded retailers for Black Friday deals, but Scooter’s Records — Starkville’s only record store — saw its busiest day of the year as Record Store Day, and its many new releases and deals, coincided with Black Friday
As families across the Golden Triangle celebrate the holidays, Erica Rice and her three children are especially grateful to host Thanksgiving at their home for the first time.
Last Saturday, Oktibbeha County Human Society’s Starkville Animal Shelter officially launched its Dogs Day Out program, which provides field trips for shelter dogs.
The Starkville Rotary Club heard from one of the community’s local celebrities Monday morning, when teen chef Mark Coblentz discussed his experiences as a teen chef and contestant on “Chopped Junior” and “MasterChef Junior.”
The Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library at Mississippi State University will be featured on Mississippi Public Broadcasting (MPB) Television today and Sunday.
Tonight from 4-7 p.m., the Mississippi State Department of Health Promotion and Wellness will host the annual Pink Dawg Walk at Chadwick Lake Walking Track next to the Sanderson Center.
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership and the Mississippi State University Idea Shop announced on Monday that this year’s upcoming Pumpkinaplooza will feature a new event, a pumpkin race – Starkville’s very first “Talladegourd 500.”
Local author John Bateman will be the first lecturer for the Friends of the Library's fall Books and Authors series hosted by the Starkville Public Library.
The 2019 lineup has been announced for the ninth year of New South Weekends in Starkville, which will feature events, dining, and shopping experiences scheduled for each Mississippi State University home football game weekend.
Vision and writing often go hand in hand. However, Mississippi State University alumnus John Wilburn has managed to pursue his dream of becoming a children’s author despite any physical impairments.
More than 200 people made their way to sample burgers along Russell Street Friday for the inaugural Bud & Burgers event, which saw local restaurants and chefs compete for bragging rights.
As this week’s Mississippi Miss Hospitality competition concludes during today and tomorrow’s on-stage events, Carly Belue, representing Lowndes County, is working hard to not only promote her own community but also to represent Lake Little who was selected as Starkville’s Miss Hospitality b…
After winning first place at the local level Distinguished Young Women competition in Starkville, Jasmine Baker spent all of last week in Meridian getting to know her host family and the other 34 competitors as they prepared for the on stage portion of the competition.
Anyone in the Mississippi State University community had the opportunity to get a sweet treat for free Friday when the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station (MAFES) Sales Store celebrated National Ice Cream Day.
Born and raised Starkville native SaqQueena Patton-Graves has never been drawn to the spotlight, but with her title Ms. Wheelchair Mississippi, she has found the spotlight can be a tool to spread disability awareness.
The Harveys Celebrity Wait Night fundraiser held last week for the Oktibbeha County Humane Society raised a record-setting $20,354.82 for the shelter. The event featured celebrity waiters such as MSU football coach Joe Moorhead and Starkville Mayor Lynn Spruill, among others.