Starkville School District expects to maintain its 10-percent fund balance another year, but the $46 million budget calls for just two new teacher assistants to be added along with a handful of other professionals.
Starkville's Transportation Committee and Commission on Disability have collaborated to identify $159,000 in improvements to enhance accessibility for all citizens.
After logging more than an estimated 1 million miles of travel during his 58 years as voice of the Bulldogs, Cristil will help usher fans to Starkville via the Jack Cristil Highway.
Thanks to efforts by the Starkville Pilot Club, children visiting McKee Park on Lynn Lane will soon be hearing -- and making -- the sounds of music.
Some businesses spend money to make money. Oktibbeha County gets free money to save money.
The public ceremony officially dedicating a portion of U.S. Highway 82 in honor of legendary Mississippi State sports announcer Jack Cristil takes place Monday on the university campus.
Mugshots Grill and Bar's hard liquor license has been suspended through June 20.
Candidates for Oktibbeha County coroner will have a few additional months to campaign thanks to a first-round bye.
Bill Cunningham of Starkville spent 35 years as a McDonald's franchisee in the Golden Triangle area, before he decided to retire.
If you're unhappy with Oktibbeha County's current circuit clerk, you're going to have a hard time choosing who to vote for as her successor.
A Columbus woman reported missing in Starkville last week called police to let them know she was OK on Monday.
Starkville Police are asking for help finding a Columbus woman missing since June 5.
Jan Morgan remains sedated in the Tupelo hospital, unaware of all that's happening around her. She's unaware of the Clay County prosecutor's investigation into Robbie Norton, the woman who allegedly struck Morgan with her car while Morgan was cycling with a friend on Highway 50 near Pheba in Clay County May 22.
"In by 8, out by 4," is the motto of Shep's Cleaners on Highway 12 in Starkville. The calling card of any good dry-cleaning business, quick and efficient service remains the focus at Shep's, even as the summer presses on and ushers in more three-digit temperatures.
Some kids have never had a fruit smoothie. It may never have occurred to them to sidestep the monotony of eating fruit by tossing it in a blender with some milk or juice and drinking it. They may have assumed the smoothies at McDonald's are just a marketing gimmick to sell another cup of fruit-flavored ice cream.
The days are numbered for Arbor Acres. The upperclassman apartments built on the south end of Mississippi State University's campus in the early 1980s will likely be torn down in July to make way for two new residence halls.
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.
Leslie Sharp's retrial for the murder of Christopher Cole has been set.
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