Ward 6 Alderman Roy A. Perkins said someone needed to fight for God against Starkville's "whiskey bill."
The third time was the charm for Debra Prince.
Oktibbeha County supervisors will meet next week to review bids the county received for OCH Regional Medical Center.
As Dean Threet rode around the Arrington at Plantation Pointe assisted living facility in Columbus Sunday on a bright blue motorcycle, she threw her hands up in delight.
The 18th annual Bulldog Bash, billed as the state's largest free outdoor concert, returns to its downtown roots with an expanded schedule that kicks off this afternoon.
Golden Triangle Development LINK Chief Operating Officer Joe Deason is heading to Madison County.
Starkville Mayor Lynn Spruill's legal team is asking the Mississippi Supreme Court to find her election challenger, Johnny Moore, sidestepped an established process allowing political parties to handle questions or complaints raised in their own primaries.
Four Starkville High School seniors were recently recognized as 2017 national merit semifinalists.
Supervisors finalized Oktibbeha County's upcoming $56.46 million budget Tuesday that carries with it an almost 2-mill tax increase for property owners.
Deacons at Second Baptist Church in Starkville have until Sept. 22 to turn over information from two bank accounts they opened, as well as the keys to the church building, to its board of trustees.
After planting her feet in a firm stance to prepare for the next move, Leslie Pevey threw a right jab towards her opponent.
An effort by the Oktibbeha County Election Commission to clean up split precincts created by prior redistricting efforts will place more than 250 voters in new constable and justice court judge districts ahead of November's special elections.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is asking Mississippi State University's police department to investigate and file animal cruelty charges against MSU Meat Science Laboratory workers after U.S. Department of Agriculture inspectors observed two instances of inhumane slaughters this year.
Continued water seepage issues at the future home of Starkville Police Department pushed aldermen to authorize additional ground borings at the former city hall and delay the signing of a certificate of completion for the building Tuesday.
Steve Loomis is angry.
OCH Regional Medical Center reported an approximate $5.1 million loss after the first 10 months of the current fiscal year, and that loss could affect potential bids for the public health care facility, said consultant Ted Woodrell.
Three Mississippi State University employees vying for a spot on the Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Board of Trustees appeared for interviews before the Board of Aldermen on Tuesday.
Itawamba County's B&M Paving Company could soon be the recipient of infrastructure Oktibbeha County road improvement contracts totaling $2.6 million.
Ward 6 Alderman Roy A. Perkins indirectly suggested Ward 5 Alderman Patrick Miller should recuse from any vote dealing with Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Board of Trustees candidate Sumner Davis, who leads a Mississippi State University Extension department that employs Miller on a full-time basis.
As the 2016-2017 fiscal year nears its end, Starkville residents will begin to see the completion of sidewalk installations and improvements throughout the city.
1. Columbus man dies in head-on crash COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
2. Lowndes supes OK budget with deficit, tax increase COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
3. Area students check out college options COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
4. Human remains discovered on banks of Tenn-Tom COLUMBUS & LOWNDES COUNTY
5. Bucket-list rides STARKVILLE & OKTIBBEHA COUNTY