Hank Flick, a former Mississippi State University Department of Communication professor known for his exuberant teaching style and his work as a public address announcer for Bulldog athletics, has died.
In Dawn Herring's time as a Mississippi State University student, she remembers the years between 1976 and 1978 most, simply because of the memories she made during her time as a resident of 403 University Drive.
The Oktibbeha County Democratic Party will hear Johnny Moore's appeal of May's mayoral runoff 10 a.m. Tuesday at the City Hall courtroom, party executive Patti Drapala confirmed.
The Mississippi Court of Appeals ruled an Oktibbeha County man given life in prison for a 1990s rape was properly sentenced and dismissed his request for post-conviction relief Tuesday.
A tone of both optimism and stern warning fueled Vice Mayor Roy A. Perkins' support Tuesday for a measure to amend the city of Starkville's tax-increment financing agreement with the Cotton Mill Hotel Group.
The Oktibbeha County Economic Development Authority exercised a purchase option Tuesday and acquired a 5-acre parcel that will serve as the location for a substation that will power a proposed Starkville industrial park off Highway 389.
Former Ward 2 Alderman Sandra Sistrunk will return to her seat in July after she defeated incumbent Lisa Wynn by 16 votes Tuesday.
Oktibbeha County voters will decide the fate of a potential OCH Regional Medical Center transaction in November.
One in every three Mississippi State University graduates is an online student.
Work crews on Highway 12 are steadily moving through the first phase of planned safety improvements along the heavily used corridor, showing little concern for recent wet weather.
The Mississippi State baseball team fought off the rain and two opponents Sunday to keep its season alive.
A Starkville man faces multiple felonies after he was implicated in separate auto burglary and armed robbery incidents.
Starkville mayoral candidate Johnny Moore is contesting his six-vote loss to Mayor-elect Lynn Spruill and asks the Oktibbeha County Democratic Party to count "improperly excluded ballots" or hold a special election if the comingling of "legally and illegally cast ballots" prevents the determination of the true winner of May 16's primary.
One person was wounded in an officer-involved shooting Saturday after he allegedly attempted to run over a Starkville law enforcement agent, Mississippi Bureau of Investigations spokesperson Warren Strain said.
Starkville voters will take to the polls Tuesday and decide four competitive ward races.
A Jackson man is behind bars after he allegedly shot someone on Pilcher Street Friday.
A legal fight attempting to block a Golden Triangle Development LINK-backed industrial park in Starkville is not yet finished.
A new fire protection area in District 4 could provide homeowners significant savings with their insurance premiums later this year.
Plans for an almost 400-acre, Golden Triangle Development LINK-backed industrial park could again gain traction after Circuit Judge Jim Kitchens affirmed a previously issued zoning change for the combined properties.
Eight Starkville residents running for four aldermen seats have raised about $28,000 since Jan. 1, campaign finance reports filed Tuesday show.
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