As recently as 10 years ago, if you told someone to copy and paste, the appropriate response would have involved paper and glue. Today, copy-and-paste is widely known computerspeak. But copy-and-paste is doing more than complicating the English language. It's blurring the lines between original work and plagiarism.
A Starkville man who walked out of Oktibbeha County Circuit Court last week prior to his trial on drug charges turned himself in to authorities Sunday night.
A West Point man is dead following a Friday morning crash at Highway 12 and Spring Street.
The first week of the Oktibbeha County Circuit Court wrapped up Friday with a number of guilty pleas, revocations and sentences handed down by judges Jim Kitchens and Lee Howard.
STARKVILLE -- The future of cowbells rests in the hands of Mississippi State's fans. While it's been the obvious component of the Southeastern Conference's amended artificial noisemaker ban to help accommodate MSU's greatest sporting symbol, the current margin for error is nil. MSU Director of Athletics Scott Stricklin confirmed Monday the SEC has notified the school it will be fined for violations of the cowbell compromise.
STARKVILLE - A Starkville man who walked out of Oktibbeha County Circuit Court last week prior to his trial on drug charges turned himself in to authorities Sunday night. Peruzo K. Duck, 32, of 123 Long Street, was considered a fugitive after he left the Oktibbeha County Courthouse Thursday just before his trial began on one count of possession of cocaine and one count of sale of cocaine.
STARKVILLE -- Judge Jim Kitchens doled out a handful of sentences Thursday in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
STARKVILLE -- With the infusion of $30 million from a California-based clean technology company, Starkville's SemiSouth Laboratories plans to expand and bring more than 70 new jobs to the Golden Triangle.
Judicial races are heating up before November elections as candidates vie for public opinion, stressing their experience and administrative effectiveness.
With the infusion of $30 million from a California-based clean technology company, Starkville's SemiSouth Laboratories plans to expand and bring more than 70 new jobs to the Golden Triangle.
Trustmark Corp. believes its attempt to acquire Cadence Bank - even though it failed - can serve as a blueprint for other banks seeking to buy distressed institutions not yet under Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation control.
Starkville woman who told police two men tried to rape her Monday night off Industrial Park Road was charged Wednesday with filing a false report.
A meeting of the Starkville transportation committee Thursday night drew approximately 40 people and a host of opinions on the city's heavily-debated sidewalk ordinance.
Judges Lee Howard and Jim Kitchens handed down sentences on a dozen defendants Wednesday in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
Three of the five candidates seeking judgeship in the 16th Circuit Court District will be speaking at the monthly meeting of the Starkville Tea Party Saturday at Fellowship Baptist Church.
From haunted hay rides, festivals and trick-or-treating to literary events and feeding the poor, the area has no shortage of events for the fall.
The Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Office is searching for a man who walked out of Circuit Court during his trial Tuesday.
Power Integrations Inc. has announced that it will invest $30 million in SemiSouth Laboratories Inc., a semiconductor manufacturer in Starkville.
Local residents who need help updating their resume or who want information on additional educational opportunities can attend a seminar this weekend in McKee Park.
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