Hazardous driving conditions are being reported in parts of north Mississippi after a storm system moved through the state Sunday and into eastern parts of the country overnight.
A blast of winter weather gripped Columbus, coating the city and Lowndes County in about 3 inches of snow, sleet and freezing rain Sunday and today. Hundreds of businesses and schools in north Mississippi, including across the Golden Triangle, canceled classes today as the storm set in.
Starkville Mayor Parker Wiseman on Friday issued a notice of intent to veto amendments to the city's sidewalk ordinance, passed Tuesday by the Starkville Board of Aldermen.
With weather forecasters predicting a winter storm today capable of dropping up to eight inches of snow on the Golden Triangle, shoppers flooded local stores Saturday to pick up last-minute provisions.
The National Weather Service says up to 8 inches of snow could fall in north Mississippi and Alabama with light flurries further south beginning Sunday.
Investigators are still trying to determine what caused a Wednesday night fire on Garrard Road.
After 17 people qualified Tuesday for the upcoming Oktibbeha County elections, five more qualified Wednesday and Thursday.
Until this fall, Mike Tagert never ran for public office. These days, however, the 40-year-old father of two is traveling from town to town in north Mississippi, learning about local issues and talking to voters before Tuesday's special election to determine the next Northern District transportation commissioner.
Starkville's citizen-led municipal complex committee is exploring a number of options to help satisfy city employees' office space needs, including the construction of a new 4,800-square-foot building at the corner of Lampkin Street and Washington Street.
The grounds of The Grove apartments were covered in white Tuesday morning as Orion Schertzer sorted through pieces of broken lumber and debris.
Seventeen people qualified Tuesday in Oktibbeha County for the county elections set to take place later this year.
Traffic and parking problems around the Starkville Sportsplex could soon be alleviated when a new bridge is constructed adjacent to the facility off Lynn Lane.
With a 4 to 3 vote Tuesday night, the Starkville Board of Aldermen approved amendments to the city's sidewalk ordinance, which exempt four streets from future sidewalk construction requirements.
Residents of Starkville have one more chance to weigh in on proposed amendments to the city's sidewalk ordinance before the Board of Aldermen votes on the matter today in City Hall.
Oktibbeha County School District board members welcomed a new member Monday night and elected officers to handle the district's business in 2011.
Board members of the Oktibbeha County School District heard a fairly grim evaluation Monday night of East Oktibbeha County Elementary and High schools.
The National Weather Service has confirmed a storm which blew through Starkville during the early morning hours of Jan. 1 spawned an EF-1 tornado.
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It was a year of highs and lows in Starkville and Oktibbeha County. From two spring fires leaving more than 100 people homeless to a devastating November tornado that tore through The Pines mobile home park, Starkville residents were forced to deal with their share of hardships. But the events also brought the community together, as residents took in friends and neighbors, donated food and clothing and fixed meals for those in need.
STARKVILLE -- For thousands of Mississippi State University students, alumni and supporters, the last few weeks have felt like an eternity.
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