After six months in Starkville, Mississippi State Head Football Coach Joe Moorhead said he's adjusting to southern living just fine.
John Underwood votes at the East Oktibbeha Volunteer Fire Department-Sessums Station Tuesday. Polls are open until 7 p.m.
A Starkville man has been arrested for the third time in a month, according to police.
Food insecurity, even in the Golden Triangle, is a more pressing issue than most people might realize.
A $35,000 grant from Google will help Mississippi State University's Research and Curriculum Unit offer training for up to 70 more local computer science teachers this summer.
Oktibbeha County leadership is trying to determine if it would retain any equipment from Golden Triangle Waste Services, as supervisors continue to weigh a possible change in waste service providers.
Infrastructure and parks are coming into focus as major considerations as Starkville begins its planning cycle for the Fiscal Year 2018-19 budget.
A juvenile has been hospitalized after a Sunday shooting in Brooksville Gardens, according to Starkville Police Department.
Starkville aldermen have accepted the terms of a settlement agreement for Starkville Pride's federal lawsuit against the city for denying its parade request.
The OCH Regional Medical Center's Board of Trustees held the last of three meetings Thursday to evaluate proposals from three health care systems vying for an affiliation with the hospital.
For nearly two hours, citizens grilled Starkville Housing Authority board chair Loren "Bo" Bell about a proposed development that would resettle Pecan Acres residents from Highway 12 to a new location on Highway 182.
It took less than an hour for Oktibbeha County volunteer firefighters to move 40,000 gallons of water during a Wednesday morning water shuttle exercise near Sturgis.
A preliminary settlement agreement has been reached in Starkville Pride's federal lawsuit against the city of Starkville and is now awaiting board approval, much to one alderman's alarm.
Oktibbeha County supervisors are bracing for the impact of two ambulance services operating in the county following a grave warning Monday morning from Rural Fire Services training officer Austin Check.
Starkville Police Department and the Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Office will have extra officers out as the departments begin an annual seat belt enforcement campaign.
Starkville drivers may soon be in for a change to their city's residential parking ordinance.
Starkville's Parks and Recreation department is preparing for a busy summer, with new activities and facility locations available for use.
Starkville's new Burger King is gearing up for an anticipated Monday opening.
Starkville aldermen have selected Pafford EMS to provide ambulance service for a new emergency medical service district.
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5. Maynard leaving Partnership for FSU job STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY