Graduating seniors in the Mississippi State University Bachelor of Fine Arts program will show their work March 29 through April 8.
Shavannah Cotton, who has been without a steady job since 2005, echoes a common refrain among local job seekers: The jobs just aren't out there.
The removal of the fence around Odd Fellows Cemetery has one Starkville woman feeling her son's grave is exposed.
Mississippi State University students took an agriculture pop quiz Thursday that came straight from the top.
A statewide interactive video conference Friday will bring experts on genealogical topics to County Extension offices in the Golden Triangle.
Starkville officials are expecting increased efficiency to save the city more than the $5,000 fee it has contracted to pay annually for the municipal version of sabermetrics, a method of managing used in professional baseball based on objective statistics.
A Starkville man out on bond for robbery was picked up again Monday for burglary.
A call to the Oktibbeha County Sheriff Department landed a Starkville man in jail for manufacturing methamphetamines Friday.
Everyone is ready for the opening of Oktibbeha County School District's new central office.
Mississippi Public Broadcasting viewers will have an opportunity to relive the sights and sounds of the 2010 Charles Templeton Ragtime Jazz Festival when a special produced by the Mississippi State University Television Center airs March 24.
The businesses and the technology of tomorrow are both getting a new home in Starkville. Half of Mississippi's congressional delegation was in Starkville on Monday for the groundbreaking on a new 20,000-square-foot building at the Thad Cochran Research, Technology and Economic Development Park.
A skeptical crowd was loud enough to push county redistricting back several weeks at Monday's meeting of the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors.
Mass transit, vanishing research dollars and record enrollment were all on Mississippi State University President Mark Keenum's mind Friday during his quarterly roundtable meeting on campus with Starkville and Oktibbeha government types. Members of MSU's faculty are currently working on a proposal which would return buses to the streets of Starkville for the first time in five years.
As plans to increase the number of Mississippi House districts in Oktibbeha County from four to six make their way through the Legislature -- and possibly into court -- local leaders say they'd prefer fewer, but more won't bring the house down.
Mobile banking isn't anything new, but Cadence Bank's recently unveiled iPhone application is blazing new trails in Starkville.
Broadcast Media Group of Starkville recently won five Addy awards, including Best of Show for Broadcast, at the American Advertising Federation's annual awards celebration in Greenville.
A Starkville alderman seized on a seemingly routine point of business Tuesday to make a point about expenditures.
Starkville's Board of Aldermen will tell the state House of Representatives what it thinks of the House's proposed redistricting plan tonight.
Lawbreakers unable to pay their fines may find themselves doing more than picking up trash in the future.
Long before Andre Taylor, 62, owner of Starkville's Level III rentable party spot since 1992, got into the club business, he was guiding local kick-boxers to the top of the world rankings.
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