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Vardaman man hit, killed by truck in Oktibbeha

Posted 5/13/2015 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Authorities say a pedestrian struck by an 18-wheeler in Oktibbeha County has died.

 

Parks advisory board cancels meeting after city fails to notice

Call it a practice run: Starkville's seven-member park advisory board canceled its Friday meeting after members learned city staff did not properly notice the gathering according to the Open Meetings Act.

Nusz encourages MSU grads to listen, discern and follow passions

Mississippi State University graduates heard from a fellow Bulldog who returned to his alma mater to share lessons learned from his own path to success.

 

FAA picks Mississippi State to lead unmanned aircraft center

The Federal Aviation Administration announced Friday that Mississippi State University will lead a team of 13 universities in running a new national center to research unmanned aerial vehicles.

 

Second vehicle fire incident leads to arson charge

The Starkville Police Department charged a local woman with arson after she allegedly set an automobile on fire Thursday.

Officials forecast spring issuance for SPD renovation bonds

A rarity occurred at Tuesday's Starkville Board of Aldermen meeting: All seven sitting aldermen unanimously approved a bond intent resolution.

 

Starkville group intends to apply for charter school

A Starkville group submitted a letter of intent to the Mississippi Charter School Authorizer Board on Tuesday, indicating that it hopes to open a charter school.

 

Starkville High's Mitchell accepts Arkansas job

Jamie Mitchell admits it was going to take a special opportunity to make him leave his post at Starkville High School's football coach.

Starkville man charged with auto burglary

The Starkville Police Department charged a local resident with auto burglary Tuesday.

Domestic dispute call leads to arson charge

A 23-year-old woman was arrested and charged with arson after allegedly setting a car on fire after a domestic dispute.

Blackjack improvements remain stalled

Oktibbeha County officials have plans to improve a portion of Blackjack Road and lessen traffic issues near the area's roundabout, but supervisors cannot move forward just yet because of a lack of funding.

 

$3M SPD financing package up for discussion

Shortly after approving a $2.7 million-maximum bond package last month for street, drainage and other infrastructure projects, Starkville aldermen could begin a process Tuesday of authorizing up to $3 million for improvements to Starkville Police Department's headquarters.

 

First Baptist Church dedicates new children's building

First Baptist Church of Starkville will hold the dedication of its new children's building on Lafayette Street today.

Taj Mahal ill, unable to perform Tuesday in Meridian

Grammy Award-winning bluesman Taj Mahal canceled his band's Tuesday show in Meridian after doctors ordered the 72-year-old performer to rest after he recently fell ill with the flu.

Starkville market, arts walk scheduled Saturday

Starkville residents can enjoy two outdoor events Saturday as the community market begins its summer season and the city's arts council hosts a Main Street art walk.

 

Missing Oktibbeha woman found Wednesday

Posted 4/30/2015 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

A massive search by local law enforcement and other volunteer agencies concluded Wednesday when Lena Mae Harrell was found in good health.

 

C Spire, MaxxSouth battle for high-speed Internet customers

Posted 4/29/2015 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

The competition for high-speed, residential Internet customers in Starkville is now a battle between two companies with differing business approaches to the emerging market.

Oil company founder to deliver MSU's spring commencement addresses

Posted 4/29/2015 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Mississippi State University graduate and Oasis Petroleum co-founder Thomas B. "Tommy" Nusz will deliver spring commencement addresses at Humphrey Coliseum.

MSU professor continues fight against avian flu

Posted 4/28/2015 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Influenza remains among the deadliest diseases known to living organisms on Earth.

Starkville playing infrastructure project catch up with $2.7M bond issuance

Posted 4/28/2015 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Starkville aldermen approved a $2.7 million-maximum bond package last week that will help workers tend to a growing list of road, drainage and access projects in the next three years.

 

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