After her sister was unhappy with her cesarean section birth, Alison Doyle, who was expecting four months later, decided she would attend a few childbirth education classes before it came time for her to deliver.
A Starkville church daycare provider has been charged with two counts of felony child abuse, Starkville Police confirmed Wednesday.
A new Starkville municipal complex is one step closer to becoming reality.
The suspect in a Monday shooting at a Starkville apartment complex Tuesday turned himself into authorities and now is being held at the Oktibbeha County Jail.
The Starkville Police Department is investigating a Monday night shooting that led to one injury. About 8 p.m., SPD officers responded to a shooting at Camelot apartment complex, located at 1040 N. Montgomery St.
During a public hearing Monday, District 3 Supervisor Marvel Howard noted many options should be considered for the Oktibbeha County Lake lease. "If the school board gets a proposal then great, but we have to look at our other options just in case," he said.
Rachel Campbell has lived at the west end of Carver Drive in Starkville, since 1981. For the majority of those years, she feels her front yard has been nothing, but a source of disgust. "Around 1986, the city took that sewage drain from the middle of the street and moved it right to the edge of my yard," she recalled. "From stool to those sanitary pads, tampons and any waste you can think of, when it gets backed up, my yard is a sewer."
Five months into his job as Oktibbeha County sheriff, Steve Gladney still exudes the genial, relaxed personality that helped catapult him into office in his race against a popular incumbent.
Enrollment at Mississippi State University is set to increase for the eighth consecutive year and, with no signs to indicate a change in pattern, University and Starkville developers are making strides to accommodate the continued student influx.
There have been no formal talks and the matter hasn't even made it onto the agenda yet. Even so, the rumors and speculation surrounding a possible sale of the Oktibbeha County Hospital have already prompted an accusation and a rebuttal.
The Oktibbeha County Hospital last week hosted an open house to showcase one of the newest additions to the surgical staff and his name is Jack.
There was no white smoke drifting from the chimney above the offices of the Greater Starkville Development Partnership on Thursday afternoon.
In November, the Starkville Police Department was looking for a couple of good men for a new assignment. Candidates could be assured of being miserably hot in the summer, chilled to the bone in the winter and drenched in rainy weather. In addition, the candidates were assured of performing a tedious, thankless job. Oh, and the job is potentially dangerous.
By the time Jack Fountain is in his mid-30s, a period generally considered the most productive years of a person's life, his country will be a much-different place than it is today. Researchers say that at the current pace, Hispanics will become the majority in the U.S. by 2040, which means more than half of the population will speak Spanish. Those who don't speak Spanish will find themselves in a minority and likely facing a competitive disadvantage.
Along with a free lunch and some entertainment, Oktibbeha County senior citizens were given the opportunity to sign up for a potentially life-saving program on Wednesday at the Fifth Annual Senior Day at the Park.
During a meeting of the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors Monday, Executive Director of the Golden Triangle Planning and Development District Rudy Johnson fielded questions concerning the progress of a comprehensive plan for the county.
A Starkville man was arrested on charges of impersonating a police officer, after Starkville police discovered a fake Twitter account the man had established.
It was a leisurely procession that made its way around the course during the Oktibbeha County Relay for Life at the Starkville Sportsplex on the evening of May 4. But even at a slow pace, a noticeable bottleneck formed near the northwest corner of the course, where First Baptist Church of Longview had set up its tent.
Despite the fourth warmest winter in United States history, there was plenty of produce available at the Starkville Community Market on Saturday.
The man whose name was once a byword in Mississippi and throughout the South has found a home of sorts at Mississippi State University.
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