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Tornado victim remembered for commitment to safety and family

Mike Rodgers would have been proud to be at work Friday. The Ability Works instructor was always preaching safety and the company, which teaches employment skills to disabled individuals, is on a roll, reaching its record 118th day without a work loss accident.



Starkville middle school students donate to storm victims

Add Starkville middle-schoolers to the growing list of populations working to relieve the pain of tornado victims.



Starkville Relay for Life gets under way

Cancer has always existed, but there was a time for each individual touched by the disease before they were as familiar. The nostalgia of that carefree time is behind tonight's Relay For Life at the Starkville Sportsplex.


Oktibbeha men arrested in home invasion

Three Oktibbeha County men have been arrested for an April home invasion which left three victims in the hospital.

Starkville volunteers aid Smithville tornado cleanup

Smithville isn't flattened. It's hilly. One week after being assaulted by an EF-5 tornado that left 16 residents dead as of Wednesday, the landscape of the Monroe County town is studded with piles of rubble and debris which have been gathered, swept and bulldozed together.


Starkville begins enforcing bicycle helmet law

The Starkville Police Department began enforcing the city's helmet safety ordinance this week to the tune of $15 per violation.



Starkville school board eases uniform requirements

School board members relaxed the dress code just a bit Tuesday night for students in the Starkville School District.



Starkville aldermen chastise school board

Recent actions by the Starkville School Board drew the criticism of two city aldermen Tuesday night.



UPDATED: How you can volunteer, donate to the tornado relief effort

Ways to donate your time, money and supplies to the storm relief effort.



State College Board wants funding formula revisited

Mississippi spends an additional $1,200 on each student at Mississippi Valley State University and Mississippi University for Women compared with those at Jackson State University and the University of Mississippi.



Lowndes man guilty in cowbell assault at MSU football game

A New Hope man will spend his weekends in the Oktibbeha County Jail for the next six months after pleading guilty to assault with a cowbell.



Land leases, graduation top Oktibbeha schools agenda

Oktibbeha County School District officials set a minimum price they want for hunting and fishing leases on the school's 16th Section land in a meeting where they also heard reports on student issues.



Reports of progress, successes at Oktibbeha schools

Principals of the four schools in Oktibbeha County School District gave school board members reports of progress, successes, and wishes and needs for the coming years.



Oktibbeha supervisors stand by to aid storm recovery

The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors broadcast the message Monday that the county is here to help.



Oktibbeha school board hears program overview

School board officials heard a year's worth of reports on programs and departments within the Oktibbeha County School District at Monday night's meeting.



Attorney general warns of fraud, price gouging

As victims of tornadoes last week try to reassemble their fragmented lives, state officials are asking people to be on the lookout for fraud and price gouging.



Power restored to most 4-County customers

Crews from 4-County Electric Power Association are almost finished restored power following a series of deadly storms in late April.


Monday Profile: Starkville woman opens thrift store to aid those in need

Lynn Hampton is an incorrigible optimist. Whether working through unhealthy relationships, suffocating debt or any of life's various rainy days, she expects God to shut the mouths of those "lions" just as he did for Daniel in the lions' den.


Starkville reaches out to storm victims

Posted 4/30/2011 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Starkville is mobilizing to help her tornado-ravaged neighbors.



Murder trials continued in Oktibbeha court

Posted 4/29/2011 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Two of five murder trials scheduled for Oktibbeha County Circuit Court's April term have been continued until the summer.



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