Stephen and Dava Imes of Columbus will always remember their cat Mac as being one of a kind, and they are ensuring his legacy lives on through a Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine scholarship.
The Rotary Classic Rodeo begins tonight at the Mississippi Horse Park. More than 330 riders will converge on the 100-acre park south of Starkville.
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership is now accepting entries for Starkville's 2011 Miss Hospitality Pageant.
A Sturgis man was arrested Monday night after a drive-by shooting at the Regal Inn. At approximately 7 p.m. Monday, Starkville police responded to a call of shots fired at the two-story motel on Highway 182, just west of Old West Point Road.
The latest round of winter weather to hit the Golden Triangle came and went Thursday after dumping as much as 5 inches of snow in some areas. Area officials didn't report any major problems as temperatures dipped back below freezing Thursday night and this morning.
As the Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol continues to investigate a fatal accident involving a Choctaw County school bus and an 18-wheeler, Columbus and Starkville officials said they haven't dealt with major bus accidents in recent years -- due in equal parts to training and good fortune.
Mississippi State University, which had planned to resume classes this afternoon, decided to remain closed for the full day and make a decision about Friday's schedule as weather develops through tonight.
Golden Triangle schools and businesses ground to a halt again today as up to four inches of snow blanketed the area late Wednesday and early this morning, followed by a hard freeze that coated some roads and bridges with patches of ice.
Sid Salter, a Mississippi State graduate and longtime syndicated columnist, returns to his alma mater March 1 as journalist-in-residence.
Snow and sleet began falling in parts of central and north Mississippi on Wednesday afternoon and authorities said icy precipitation was already accumulating in nearly three dozen counties.
The Starkville School Board handled several financial matters Tuesday night at its board meeting in the Greensboro Center.
In a few weeks, the friends of Oktibbeha County Constable Jimmy Shurden will raffle off a rifle to help pay the longtime lawman's mounting medical bills.
The Starkville planning and zoning commission Tuesday approved plats for a new hotel on Highway 12 and more than a half-dozen condominiums in the newly renovated Creamery at Central Station.
Public education supporters gathered Tuesday night to celebrate Bill Weeks, outgoing trustee who served 20 years on the board of the Starkville School District.
Less than three weeks after a retired Army colonel was attacked by a pit bull in Oktibbeha County, he stood in front of the county's Board of Supervisors Monday and urged the board to enact enforceable animal control measures.
After enduring slushy roads and icy bridges last week, the Golden Triangle is likely in for another winter storm Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Oktibbeha County school officials handled two items related directly to academics in a meeting where they also got some answers about energy savings in the district.
Oktibbeha County school board officials handled three 16th Section land issues in Sturgis, trying to correct some mistakes that had been overlooked in the past.
Starkville school officials and the public education community will honor outgoing board member Bill Weeks with a reception tonight before the regular board meeting.
Larry Tabor, owner of the former University Inn on Spring Street, confirmed Monday the lobby and restaurant portion of the old hotel is being demolished to make way for a Buffalo Wild Wings franchise.
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