Possible Starkville-MSU recycling partnership starting to take shape

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Starkville is considering a partnership with Mississippi State University's recycling program after the city halted its own program, which operated at a financial loss.

Aldermen debate several potential project requests for the state

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Starkville Mayor Lynn Spruill had been hoping she and the board of aldermen could come to an agreement Friday on what kind of project to request the state Legislature fund during its next session.

Analysis: Same names, some new dynamics in Senate contest

Posted yesterday in State

Mississippi's 2020 U.S. Senate race has the same top candidates as in 2018 -- Republican incumbent Cindy Hyde-Smith and challenger Mike Espy.



Larry Armstrong

Arrest report for 10-19-20

Building a home away from addiction: Carpenters for Christ plans to establish 'clean living home' for women leaving jail, rehabilitation facilities

Reimagined outdoor market event draws hundreds to downtown West Point

OCSO: Arrests not expected in Maben dog attack

Post mandate, doctor 'disappointed' at lack of mask wearing

Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Columbus woman 'never scared' during her bout with cancer, surgery

Trip Hairston named supervisors president after serving only 10 months on board

Mississippi reports highest daily virus cases in 2 months

Drive-in screening of John Lewis documentary set for Sunday at MSU

Arrest report for 10-16-20



Espy: Hyde-Smith 'disrespecting' Mississippi by not debating

Independent auditor finds minor 'timing issues' at CMSD

Bulldog Football Weekend Guide: Texas A&M at Mississippi State

Pandemic-safe Halloween events to raise money for charity

Lowndes, Oktibbeha each have contested election commissioner race on November ballot

Business Moves with Mary: Massage therapist opens spa in Columbus

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Mississippi State womenís basketball coach Nikki McCray-Penson said she is focusing on her team playing positionless basketball offensively on Monday. MSU begins its 2020-2021 season in late November.

With renewed focus on positionless basketball, Nikki McCray-Penson is modernizing the Mississippi State offense

Analysis: Three Pro Football Focus-based reasons for Mississippi State's offensive spiral

Prep volleyball playoffs: Caledonia comes up one comeback short in five-set heartbreaker against Corinth

Mississippi State's Will Rogers offers glimpses of competence in otherwise forgettable offensive performance

Garrick Hodge: Mississippi State's offense has been as boring as it has been inefficient

Prep football roundup: Starkville, West Point both fall on the road; Noxubee County steamrolls Hatley

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Possumhaw: Goldenrod gets a bad rap

Editorial cartoon: 10-19-20

Voice of the people: John Henry Smith

Voice of the people: Lee Roy Lollar

Voice of the people: Bill Gillmore

Voice of the people: Nell Bateman

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Young musicians get ready to open their kits and get to work building their own electric guitars Wednesday at The Idea Shop in Starkville. The three-part Build Your Own Guitar workshop will culminate in a community concert at 6 p.m. Nov. 12 at Cadence Bank Plaza in Starkville.

Making music: Next gen musicians join the 'maker movement' and build their own

Columbus library offers remote access to

Grant allows CPDC to provide free tuition

Photo: Liam's wish

The W will hold fall commencement virtually

Photo: Advocacy in action

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COVID delay: New coronavirus relief slipping past election

Policy vs. personality: Undecideds torn as election nears

Most US clergy avoid hellfire threats over abortion politics

In head-to-head town halls, Biden beats Trump in audience

Trump plays down virus as he steps up pitch for second term

Poll: Voters see the nation as fundamentally divided

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