Articles by Sarah Fowler
Officials with the Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Department arrested Piotr J. Gullett on Aug. 3, and charged him with one count Felony Taking of a Motor Vehicle.
The Starkville Police Department may soon be the envy of every law enforcement agency across the state. Thanks to a close partnership with Mississippi State University, the SPD will soon have three different state of the art robotics at its fingertips.
If you ask Starkville Chief of Police David Lindley what sets his department apart from the rest you might expect him to talk about the city’s low crime rate or the high morale among officers.
Rural communities across the state will soon be benefiting economically from the efforts of Mississippi State University.
Four months after making an arrest for what local law enforcement officials believed to be a large amount of cocaine, testing has shown to have also included a large amount of heroin, a drug not common to Columbus.
Local attorney Steve Wallace has been cleared of all charges of his alleged role in an underage drinking raid in April.
Mississippi State University is leading the way in educating Mississippians about the dangers of drinking and driving.
The Starkville Police Department has apprehended a man believed to be responsible for at least six burglaries in the area.
The West Point/Clay County Growth Alliance has chosen a new vice president for economic development.
Link CEO Joe Max Higgins confirmed the hiring of Ron Maloney on Wednesday saying Maloney was the “hands down” choice for the position.
The Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Department seized approximately $30,000 in marijuana earlier this week.
It’s not surprising that veteran NFL player Donald Lee is passionate about football. What may come as a surprise to some, however, is that Lee is equally passionate about the town that set him on the path to play in the National Football League.
Construction will soon begin to repair the Old West Point Bridge.
One of Oktibbeha County’s courthouses could be beefing up security in the coming months.
Thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, visitors to the Oktibbeha County Circuit Courthouse may soon be seeing security cameras throughout the building.