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4-County unveils new logo, membership-benefits program

Posted 6/10/2011 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

After unveiling a new membership-benefits program and a modernized company logo, 4-County Electric Power Association officials announced the re-election of two directors.

 

Sharp retrial to begin Sept. 26

Leslie Sharp's retrial for the murder of Christopher Cole has been set.

 

 

Sharp murder trial rescheduled

Leslie Sharp's retrial for the murder of Christopher Cole has been set.

 

 

Tune in to HGTV Friday for local slant

Friday's episode of "Hometown Renovations" on the Home and Garden Television cable network will have a decidedly local flavor.

 

 

District: Former Starkville principal's lawsuit 'doubtful'

Starkville School District board president Keith Coble said it was a financial compromise to settle former high school principal Kathi Wilson's lawsuit against the district, not an admission of guilt.

 

 

'Bullyvard' set in motion: City officials OK application of $400,000 grant for renovations

Starkville is a small step closer to the "Bullyvard." As a consent agenda item, the Starkville Board of Aldermen agreed Tuesday to seek a $400,000 U.S. Department of Transportation grant to be spent on conceptual planning for renovating Highway 12 around the intersection of Russell Street.

 

Starkville Reed's unveils new line of TOMS sunglasses

Reed's of Starkville was one of 90 stores worldwide -- and one of approximately 30 non-chain retailers -- selected to host the unveiling of a new TOMS product line Tuesday.

 

Starkville school board meetings move to larger venue

At the end of a 2 1/2 hour meeting Tuesday night, the Starkville School District board of trustees voted unanimously to move their meetings from the traditional boardroom at the Greensboro Center to the auditorium beginning with the board's July 5 meeting.

 

Oktibbeha man jailed for hitting woman with tire iron

An Oktibbeha County man is in jail for hitting a woman in the head with a tire iron. Jimmy Hudson, 61, of 1399 Outlaw Road, is in the Oktibbeha County Jail without bond charged with aggravated assault.

Man who drowned in Starkville motel pool identified

The man who drowned Monday at a Starkville motel has been identified.

 

Oktibbeha supervisor suggests consolidating city/county government

District 2 Supervisor Orlando Trainer questioned the structure of Oktibbeha County's government Monday.

 

 

Former Starkville High principal speaks about 2009 resignation

Former Starkville High School principal is finally free to speak about what lead up to her 2009 resignation, and the story she told is one of harassment.

 

 

Oktibbeha County schools adopt a new grading policy

The new grading policy makes weekly tests count for 25 percent of the grade, daily in-class work and homework assignments count as 50 percent and the nine-week test count as 25 percent. There will also be no grade lower than a 55 given for the first nine weeks.

 

Bond set for West Point man accused of murdering his son

Bond has been set at $1 million for a West Point man accused of murdering his son, Michael "Shane" McClure.

 

Clay County's David Winfield remembered as knowledgable, competitive supervisor

David Winfield, the former District 5 supervisor who passed away due to natural causes Saturday at the age of 68, leaves a legacy of unquestioned tenacity and preparedness.

 

Blaze sends unidentified Starkville man to Georgia burn unit

A Starkville man is recovering in a Georgia burn unit following a Sunday morning fire. The unidentified man, said to be in his late 60s, is a resident of Boardtown Village senior living apartments on North Montgomery Street.

 

Paperwork shows unauthorized use of district van by Starkville's Couey

At first glance, a paper trail detailing an out-of-state trip former Starkville School District Superintendent Judy Couey took seems to be an open-and-shut case for board action, but there may be more to the story.

 

 

Ex-Starkville school superintendent Couey says she was treated unfairly

Judy Couey knows a school superintendent serves at the whim of the school board, but she contends she was treated unfairly in the process that saw her out the door in April.

 

 

The Dispatch to introduce Saturday edition

Starting in July, The Dispatch will begin printing a Saturday morning edition of the paper, which will include up-to-date local sports, community events and -- back by popular demand -- a TV guide. The Dispatch currently publishes Monday-Friday, and on Sunday. Starting July 2, the paper will discontinue its Monday print edition.

 

Former frat house sees new life as event venue

As home to two fraternities in recent years, the stately white house on North Jackson Street near the corner of Highway 182 has hosted its fair share of parties. And the new owner has no plans to change the house's partying ways.

 

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