So your local Chrysler dealer is slated to close, and a nearby General Motors dealer could get the ax too. What happens if you need service on your car?
It’s a natural question in the changing automotive landscape, as those two U.S. automakers attempt to restructure in and out of bankruptcy court.
STARKVILLE — A Starkville Police Department detective is on administrative leave this week while he is being investigated by the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics and his own department for possible misconduct.
ABERDEEN — The Aberdeen School District has selected Chester Leigh to be its new superintendent. Currently the principal of Aberdeen Middle School, Leigh will replace Superintendent George Gilreath, who resigned his position, effective June 30, after little more than a year at the helm of the school system.
STARKVILLE — A clerical error is to blame for the sudden drop-off in hotel tax revenues in the city of Starkville, tourism officials said this week.
The state’s Safe Routes to School Program has received a funding allocation of more than $3 million which will kick-start projects in 14 communities throughout Mississippi.
Area high schools will be holding commencement ceremonies in coming weeks. Their schedules, by county, follow.
Tack Robinson, of West Point, will appear on “Turkey Call,” a hunting series produced by the National Wild Turkey Federation. The show will air on the Outdoor Channel on the following dates:
STARKVILLE — Oktibbeha County Sheriff Dolph Bryan says he is willing to talk with representatives from the Highlands Plantation resort community about a new proposal to limit excessive drinking among residents, but he wants to hear more about the plan before he makes a decision.
STARKVILLE — The city of Chiang Mai is a sprawling metropolitan area in the northern mountains of Thailand.
The climate is hot and humid, the food is spicy and fresh, and for much of the past year, a former Mississippi State University student has called the region home.
STARKVILLE — With the Starkville runoff and general elections set to take place over the next few weeks, officials at City Hall are doing everything they can to make sure the process runs smoothly.
WEST POINT — A shoving match turned into a shootout during a high school party in West Point, according to West Point police.
STARKVILLE — A Maben man will spend the rest of his life behind bars after he pleaded guilty Wednesday in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court to the murder of his wife and another woman last summer west of Starkville.
STARKVILLE — The factory floor inside the Nucor steel plant in Starkville is long, loud and bustling with working men.
STARKVILLE — Joseph Stone moved from Quad County Alternative School director to principal of Armstrong Middle School when the Starkville school board unanimously voted him in Tuesday night.
STARKVILLE — Starkville school board members heard vague but poor news Tuesday night about the upcoming school year’s budget.
Area residents this weekend will have a chance to celebrate a more than 150-year Columbus tradition in the city’s Sandfield neighborhood.
WEST POINT — In a landslide victory, West Point Mayor Scott Ross claimed the Democratic nomination for West Point’s mayoral seat. And at least one incumbent will not be returning to the West Point Board of Selectmen’s table for the next four years.
STARKVILLE — Oktibbeha County schools will continue to send students to the Millsaps Career and Technology Center, but they asked officials to gather data on what it would take to run their own program.
STARKVILLE — The fate of the Highlands Plantation resort community outside of Starkville hasn’t been decided just yet.
Although the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors voted last month to ask the State Tax Commission to revoke the community’s resort status, the board on Monday decided to continue the resolution until it investigates the situation further.