Articles by Jason Browne
A second knife attack Tuesday in Starkville sent two more men to the hospital and landed one of them in jail.
One day after a brutal robbery attempt which saw one cashier get her throat cut and another male employee stabbed multiple times, the crew at Shipley Donuts was shaken but not crippled.
Kirk Rosenhan is like a superhero in Oktibbeha County. Wherever there’s trouble, he’ll be there.
That doesn’t necessarily mean he’ll be the man solving the problems, but he coordinates the men who do.
A Weir man is in custody after allegedly attacking two people at Shipley Donuts in Starkville. The Starkville Police Department identified George Johnson of Weir as the man responsible for attacking two people with a knife Tuesday morning at Shipley Donuts.
One Columbus man was free and two others were charged with probation violations after capital murder charges against them were dropped Friday.
The Starkville Parks and Recreation Department wants your kids to get silly.
Not all of the suggestions for a better Starkville need to go through the Board of Aldermen, so some of the city’s unelected leaders have banded together to make their own moves.
Methods to pay your kids’ way through college: Savings plan, prepaid tuition, scholarships, grants, student loans … peaches? Sarah Ballenger’s family has stumbled upon a brilliant means of putting more than five children through college.
Oktibbeha County Circuit Clerk Angie McGinnis wants to prevent any misunderstandings, misconceptions and misinformation prior to primary elections on Aug. 2, so she’s inviting all of the county’s political candidates back to school for a day.
Ruby Shurden walked into the Oktibbeha County Courthouse Wednesday already in uniform. The new Constable District 1 will represent the county as well as the name printed on her name tag: Jimmy Shurden.
The Oktibbeha County Election Commission is looking for poll workers.
Leslie Sharp is unlikely to receive a new trial date until after Memorial Day.
A Clay County man died Monday night when his vehicle was struck on the side of the road by an 18-wheeler.
A Starkville man was charged with sexual battery Saturday in a case involving his 12-year-old stepdaughter.
Two weeks of increased seat belt ticketing began Monday. The Starkville Police Department issued a friendly reminder Monday that it will participate in the nationwide “Click It or Ticket” campaign May 23 – June 5.
The owner of Boardtown Bikes in Starkville is in stable condition after being struck by a car while cycling Sunday in Clay County.
A last-minute courtroom emergency sent all of Leslie Sharp’s defenders and prosecutors back to the drawing board Saturday.
It may have happened a little sooner than her lawyers liked, but Leslie Sharp took the stand Thursday to testify in her murder trial in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
The Starkville School District announced Wednesday that David Broom, 61, assistant director of Millsaps Career and Technical Center, passed away suddenly earlier that day.
Testimony at Leslie Sharp’s murder trial revealed the man she claims she shot to death in self-defense may have had narcotics in his system.