Starkville police arrested a Starkville man and a juvenile Thursday for five combined counts of auto burglary.
The OCH Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees is going to ask a county supervisor to fill a board post that's been vacant for three years.
OCH Regional Medical Center CEO Richard Hilton will contact three hospital system CEOs to see if the hospital should consider an affiliation.
From left, Elizabeth Balzli, 17, Samantha Turner, 17, Sally Stafford, 14, and Jasper Gray, 15, rehearse Starkville High School's upcoming competition show, "At the Bottom of Lake Missoula." The students will also perform the play at Mississippi State University in December.
Cheikh A. Taylor won the special election Tuesday to replace former Rep. Tyrone Ellis as District 38 state representative.
OCH Regional Medical Center will remain a county owned hospital after Oktibbeha County's voters chose to oppose the facility's sale.
Starkville aldermen on Tuesday have given two Starkville churches 60 days to correct code compliance issues.
Scott Waller said Mississippi, in order to meet its potential, has to think outside the box in terms of economic development.
Oktibbeha County supervisors decided to wait before joining the county with a class-action lawsuit against opioid manufacturers.
Aldermen will consider a $7.5 million bond issue on Tuesday to fund a four-year infrastructure program to address road, drainage, sidewalk and other needs throughout the city.
A group advocating to keep OCH Regional Medical Center publicly owned is not taking recent advertising by its opposition lying down.
Oktibbeha County has seen steady absentee voting ahead of a Tuesday special election that will see voters decide on four races and a ballot referendum.
A central Mississippi woman has spent thousands of dollars trying to influence Oktibbeha County voters to allow the sale of OCH Regional Medical Center.
District 38 state representative candidate Cheikh Taylor had still not filed his required campaign finance report as of Thursday afternoon, according to the Mississippi Secretary of State's Office.
Starkville's Planning and Zoning Commission gave a nod to final plat approval for a planned expansion of the Country Club Estates subdivision on Wednesday.
Jan Rivkin said there's no greater gift for professors than food for thought, and local officials gave 20 visitors from Harvard Business School a feast during a two-day visit to the Golden Triangle.
Those who knew him say Jack Wallace was a pillar of economic development for Oktibbeha County.
More than $106,000 has been raised in relation to four local special elections, according to campaign finance reports filed with the Oktibbeha County Circuit Clerk and Mississippi Secretary of State offices.
Starkville Area Arts Council Executive Director John Bateman is placing an early focus on improving the organization's communication and outreach efforts.
Dan Mullen knows the drill. Almost since his arrival as head coach at Mississippi State in 2009, Mullen's name has been linked to coaching openings on an almost annual basis.
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