Articles by Tyler B. Jones
William Thomas “Tommy” Chisholm will spend the rest of his life in prison after an Oktibbeha County Circuit Court jury found him guilty Friday of capital murder.
The murder trial for William Thomas “Tommy” Chisholm shortened Thursday as the defense’s expert witness was deemed unqualified to testify.
After the state rested Wednesday in the murder trial of William Thomas “Tommy” Chisholm, the defendant’s attorney sought to have the charge reduced or thrown out on a legal technicality.
Kaylace Beatty Dorman sat on the witness stand Tuesday and recalled the day she watched her boss be murdered right in front of her eyes.
Mississippi State University is incentivizing students to be vaccinated before school begins by offering various prizes in drawings, including two scholarships valued at $9,000 each.
Grace May grew up watching her two brothers participate in Boy Scouts of America, longing to be a part of the activities and leadership opportunities they had.
While the COVID-19 vaccination rate in Mississippi lags, many individuals and organizations are again taking extra precautions to prevent the spread of the virus.
Mississippi State University-themed apparel stores in Starkville have seen booming sales since the Diamond Dawgs won the College World Series on June 30.
A public hearing on electric scooter use regulations in the city limits Tuesday evening turned into a back-and-forth discussion focused primarily on age requirements and how broadly the rules should apply.
Oktibbeha County is getting new motor graders for maintenance and construction on county roads.
Hamp Beatty and his wife visit the Moncrief Park pool at least twice a week.
Starkville and Lowndes County are discussing an agreement that would allow Starkville to reserve beds at Lowndes County’s juvenile detention center.
Cameron Lockridge became a firefighter with Starkville Fire Department at age 21.
School districts across the Golden Triangle are finding creative ways to assist children and families with school supplies costs and needs as kids return to school this fall.
The Northern Gulf Institute has continued to make immense strides in strategic research and development in the Gulf region of Mississippi.
Kids Need To Read, a philanthropic literacy program, will visit Starkville Public Library Wednesday to donate books and encourage children to read.
Chris Chain of Columbus and Michelle Jones of Starkville have been chosen to lead the Mississippi Main Street Association board as president and vice president for 2021-22.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors could potentially raise taxes next fiscal year to generate revenue for a capital improvement fund.
Wildlife Dominion Management LLC will take over operations at the old East Oktibbeha County High School property after county supervisors approved a land swap agreement by a 3-2 vote.
City residents might again see Bird scooters operating in town.