Engineers: No conflict of interest for Pritchard on county lake dam project

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

The allegation that Oktibbeha County Engineer Clyde Pritchard has a conflict of interest in the potential replacement of the Oktibbeha County Lake Dam is unfounded, according to Pritchard and peer engineers from other counties.

Food, face masks distributed in Oktibbeha County

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

By 9:30 Wednesday morning, a line of about 60 cars were aligned in serpentine fashion in the parking lot of Spiller Furniture in Starkville.

Business Moves with Mary: STAGgerIn Topgolf Swing Suites coming to College View

Posted yesterday in Business

Jason Roden opened STAGgerIn Sports Bar in the Cotton District on April 1, 2011. No joke. Nearly a decade later, the sports bar will soon relocate to College View with a few surprises in store for its loyal customer base.



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