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Flash floods delay bus routes at SOCSD

Flash floods meant a later arrival for some Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District students today.


Ulysses S. Grant impersonator speaks at Grant presidential library

To hear him tell it, Curt Fields is the best-known impersonator of the least-known, best-known person in American history.

Seven-year-old murder conviction overturned in Oktibbeha County

The conviction of an Oktibbeha County woman found guilty of killing her husband in 2011 has been overturned.

City moving ahead with annexation study

Starkville will move ahead with the second phase of an annexation study after a split vote from the board of aldermen on Tuesday.

Sources: Woman accused of murder left live baby in toilet

A former Starkville Police Department radio operator accused of second-degree murder of her newborn allegedly birthed the baby in a toilet and abandoned it, sources have confirmed.

Slimantics: Bulldogs have their 'Finland' moment

In the 1980 Winter Olympics, Team USA hockey defeated Finland to win the gold medal, but that is not the game everyone remembers.

Toughness tells tale for Bulldogs' redemption

Vic Schaefer reared back and raised his leg for added emphasis. The fist pump that followed exorcised five years of frustration.

Oktibbeha jail to install cameras in cells

The Oktibbeha County Jail will replace its aging camera system after county supervisors approved funding for a new one on Monday.

Officials seeking escaped prisoner

State authorities are searching for an escaped man convicted of robbery and burglaries in Choctaw and Oktibbeha counties.

Aldermen continue annexation study Preliminary target areas would balloon population to 38K

Aldermen will consider moving ahead to the second phase of an annexation study when they meet on Tuesday. The city received a report on the annexation study's first phase Friday from consultant Mike Slaughter of Oxford-based firm Slaughter and Associates.

Kitchens: proper process needed to hold Second Baptist deacons in contempt

Mississippi 16th Circuit Judge James T. Kitchens has, for the moment, declined to hold the deacons and pastor of Second Baptist Church of Starkville in contempt of court.

Ellis, Wynn late filing campaign termination reports

The Mississippi Secretary of State's office published a list of late candidates and office-holders, including two from Starkville, who were late to file campaign finance reports on Friday.

Hottest ticket in town: Fans gear up for record-setting MSU, South Carolina game

In his first year as Mississippi State's women's basketball coach in 2012, Vic Schaefer didn't pay much attention to attendance.

SPD radio operator charged with murder for newborn death

A Starkville Police Department radio operator is in jail after being arraigned on a second-degree murder charge in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court on Wednesday.

Mayoral election contest trial delayed to April

The trial for Johnny Moore's challenge of last year's Democratic primary results has been pushed from its scheduled Monday start to April 9.

Starkville police arrest church burglary suspect

Police arrested a Starkville man on Thursday for a reported burglary of a church.

Partnership rolling out branding change

The Greater Starkville Development is beginning a rebranding effort to make itself and its mission easier for the community to understand.

Man gets 25 years for sexually assaulting minor in OCH bathroom

Posted 1/31/2018 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

A Starkville man who sexually assaulted a child in a bathroom at OCH Regional Medical Center pleaded guilty to a sexual battery charge in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court on Tuesday.

Man indicted for sex with student in SHS locker room

Posted 1/31/2018 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

A Starkville man has been indicted by a grand jury for having sex with a teenager at Starkville High School.

Starkville limiting late night parties at Sportsplex

Posted 1/30/2018 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

The city of Starkville is changing how late-parties and other events can be held at the Starkville Sportsplex after an early morning shooting on Sunday injured two people.


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