Last year, Oktibbeha-Starkville Emergency Response Volunteer Services (OSERVS) received a grant from the Kiwanis Club of Starkville to teach CPR classes to teenagers of the mayor’s youth council.
From 6 to 7:30 p.m. today, the Up 2 Us campaign will be visiting the Starkville Public Library with the intention of educating and registering Starkville residents to vote. This event is being put on by both Mississippi Votes and Five Horizons, who are working in partnership to help Mississi…
With classes in full swing at the Starkville Oktibbeha School District, administrators are bringing renewed concerns about safety in light of recent incidents around the country.
This past Friday night and Saturday morning, the MSU Idea Shop opened its doors to host a reception for Joseph Garland, the MacGown Art Studio’s artist in residence.
Though she never expected to work for a nonprofit, Juliette Reid is invested in Starkville as the new Starkville Area Arts Council Program Coordinator. Reid originally moved to Starkville in 2015 to receive her degree in English from Mississippi State University, and has stayed in the city e…
This past Thursday, a group of Starkville community members participated in Cowbells and Paint Pails, a project that has been working for the past several weeks to paint small sections of university drive.
Anyone with Alpha-Gal Syndrome knows how all-consuming it can be. For every one of us who doesn’t have this life-threatening allergy, there is at least one person in our circle of acquaintances, and probably more, who does, especially here in the South.
For the past seven years, the Kiwanis Club of Starkville has done its food drive and giveaway “United We Feed,” and for the past five years, the club has had the permission to store its inventory at the Starkville Community Church.
At 1:19 p.m. on Thursday, Mississippi State University gave students and staff the “all clear” to return to normal operations after MSU police concluded their search for a potential bomb on campus.
For the Kiwanis Club of Starkville’s weekly program on Tuesday, renowned local author and sports journalist Steve Robertson took the time out of his busy schedule to speak to the club.
A Starkville father and daughter duo, David E. Yeates and Duchess E. Yeates, have written and published their own children’s book, titled “My Dada and Me.”
During the Starkville Board of Aldermen’s recess meeting on Tuesday night, the board voted to advertise for a public hearing on the consideration of a 1-mill property tax increase for the next fiscal year.
During the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors regular meeting on Monday evening, Phyllis Benson of the Golden Triangle Planning and Development District came to the board with some good news.
If you have seen the truck loaded with fresh peaches in the dirt lot on the corner of Jackson Street and Garrard Road, that is Sarah’s Chilton County Peaches selling freshly grown peaches to Starkville residents.
The Starkville Area Arts Council unveiled the next group exhibit in its Art in Public Places (AiPP) program, titled Faces & Figures, in the lobby of the Greater Starkville Development Partnership on Tuesday.
This past month, Mark DiBiase was installed as the new Rotary District 6820 governor for the 2022-23 fiscal year, and one of the things he has been doing since his installation is visiting different clubs within his district.
During the Starkville Board of Aldermen’s regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday night, the board took the time to acknowledge a special group of kids.
Independence Day is a time for family and friends to come together and celebrate our nation, and the Starkville Parks & Recreation Department understood the assignment on Monday.
Her involvement and service to her community has earned Starkville woman Jeanne Marszalek a national honor when the National Federation of Democratic Women has named her their 2022 Outstanding NFDW Member.
This summer, campers have been at the Mississippi State Summer Scholars Writers and Production Camp on the MSU campus, brainstorming possible play topics they could choose to write about.
This past Saturday, Miss MSU 2022 Emmie Perkins of Hattiesburg was crowned Miss Mississippi. And though she was honored to receive the crown, Perkins handled the acceptance with humility and grace.
During the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors meeting on Monday evening, District 3 Supervisor Marvell Howard voiced his recommendation that District 4 Supervisor Bricklee Miller should step down as board president.
As the Starkville Rotary Club gears up for its 2022-2023 fiscal year, outgoing club president John Forde passed the honors of leading the club from himself to president-elect Jeff Read during the club’s weekly program on Monday.
Family, friends, coworkers, and clients of Rupert “Rudy” Johnson alike were all at the same place at the same time on Thursday to show him appreciation.
On Thursday evening, the Starkville Police Department, led by Officer Chris Jackson, held a talk for parents only in the Starkville Academy gym to educate parents on how to protect their children from predators who could be potentially attempting to prey on children.
On Wednesday, June 22, the Starkville Fire Department responded to a structure fire call on South Washington Street. The structure's occupants were safely evacuated with no injuries.
This past Saturday, the Starkville Public Library hosted a meet-and-greet session for the children of Starkville featuring four baby dinos and a velociraptor named “Spike.”
Since 2015, the Kiwanis Club of Starkville has done an annual food drive in a partnership with United Way, and since last year, the Kiwanians have taken full responsibility for the food drive.
During its regular meeting on Tuesday night, the Starkville Oktibbeha School District Board of Trustees approved a bid from Pelican Playgrounds LLC of Slidell, La., in the amount of $289,480 for the new play space at Sudduth Elementary School.
If you’ve ever walked down Starkville’s Main Street, you have definitely seen the Book Mart & Cafe. The store has been a Starkville institution since 1971, and its owner is no different.
As the executive director of Oktibbeha-Starkville Emergency Response Volunteer Services (OSERVS), Kayla Gilmore says she and her team work to meet the needs of the community and to brainstorm and bring ideas together so that they can be supportive to the community.
During the Starkville Board of Aldermen’s regular meeting on Tuesday evening, the board unanimously approved to authorize Mayor Lynn Spruill to arrange and coordinate the installation of two test kiosks for the paid parking areas in the Cotton District.
If you have been wondering why the Mississippi State University Golf Course hasn’t been open to customers this summer, it’s because they are in the middle of a project that will make the playing experience better.
Since its inception in 1990, Sally Kate Winters Family Services in West Point has had the mission to offer the gift of humanity, love, and respect to children traumatized by child abuse and neglect.
In honor of those who lost their lives in service of our country, a Memorial Day ceremony was held in front of the Oktibbeha County Courthouse on Monday morning to remember and honor those who have given the ultimate sacrifice.
Prairie Opportunity Community Action Agency held a Community Action Day on Friday to educate Starkville residents on self-sufficiency programs provided in the area.
On Friday, May 27th at Yellow Jacket Stadium, the Starkville High School Class of 2022 will have its final hoorah as they walk across the field to receive their diplomas they’ve worked hard for the past four years.
During its morning service this past Sunday, Peter’s Rock Family Worship Center held an annual memorial service for its late first lady Gloria Hawkins by making a contribution to the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research.
Cross of Christ for Starkville is a non-profit organization made up of Christian community members looking to have a 120-foot white cross built in Starkville much like the one 30 miles west in Eupora.
Angela Jennings, a Starkville resident and mother of two, received some life-changing news that she has been waiting over two years to hear.
- Volunteers play area's first football game against Raiders on the road
- Patient Lady Volunteers get softball win over rival
- MSU's Ledbetter, Alford navigate summer baseball well
- Green's grind leads to possible chance to play on Sundays
- Defensive back Green hopes to offer more to the Bulldogs
- Opposing viewpoint: Lamar School
- Deese gives Kiwanians brief but informative CPR class
- Mississippi voter forum hosted at the Starkville Public Library today
- Local acupuncturist is the only one in Mississippi who can treat Alpha-Gal
- Starkville welcomes artist in residence Joseph Garland
- Dawgs lose tough decision at Southwest Regional
- Starkville LL rallies to win over Louisiana at Southwest Regional
- Starkville Little League Dawgs set to begin Southwest Regional
- Eupora football players rewarded with trip to Camp McCain
- Cowbells and Paint Pails paints murals on University Drive
- Promoting a positive environment: SOSD chief talks safety in schools
- Little League Dawgs have best showing at Southwest Regional
- Know Your Neighbor: Juliette Reid is invested in the Starkville Area Arts Council
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