The Oktibbeha Starkville Emergency Response Volunteer Service is on a membership drive.
The tightening of the federal budget has made the competition for grants more challenging than ever. But the Appalachian Regional Commission isn't about to let counties in its service area miss out due to a lack of knowledge.
Andrew LaFrance was as shocked to win Starkville Schools' STAR Student award as he was to win top broadcast honors at a recent state convention.
A condo developer has one more meeting to attend before building on Russell Street.
Hide your bacon. Hide your waffles. The Starkville Police Department is on the lookout for a breakfast thief who allegedly ripped off the Holiday Inn Express.
The Dispatch welcomes two new staffers to the newsroom this week.
STARKVILLE -- The Starkville Police Department's DUI and MIP details had a busy Super Bulldog Weekend. Officers arrested 22 people -- five of which were minors -- for driving under the influence of alcohol and arrested or issued citations to 15 minors in possession of alcohol this Friday and Saturday.
I must tell you about our visits to the home of the women who are HIV/AIDS positive. We went along with the counselors of the Care for AIDS organization. They do not have cars, so we walked on cobbled hillsides to five women's homes in the nearby village.
Local universities are bracing for budget cuts since the state passed its $5 billion budget last week.
Cotton is back and Mississippi farmers are hoping to cash in. Several years of declining global prices, which saw farmers across the country selling their cotton pickers and converting former cotton fields to grain crops, have created a shortage.
Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and the Joe Frank Sanderson Center are partnering to fight cancer and calories.
Everyone on the staff of The Jacket Buzz, Starkville High School's student newspaper, knew the paper was having a good year. But nobody was prepared for what happened at Friday's State Convention.
The Golden Triangle Planning and Development District isn't going anywhere.
The men vying to replace Haley Barbour as governor of Mississippi met on stage Wednesday for a forum at Mississippi State University.
A trio of big motions barely made it through Starkville's Board of Aldermen meeting Tuesday night.
Trustees were divided over the academic schedule at Armstrong Middle School at Tuesday night's board meeting of the Starkville School District.
Class schedules at Starkville High School are going back to a 4x4 block after the board of trustees approved the change at Tuesday's night's meeting.
The Starkville Sportsplex will play host to hundreds Saturday for an all-day martial arts tournament.
Oktibbeha's redistricting plan is on its way to Washington.
A family feud led to a shooting Sunday afternoon in Maben.
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