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Starkville officials pitch 1-percent tax at forum

Posted 5/10/2019 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Local leaders made their cases for a new 1-percent tourism tax to support Starkville's parks and recreation system -- including the construction of a new $20 million-plus recreation facility with tournament-ready fields at Cornerstone Park -- at a Thursday night forum.

Indiana barbershop murder suspect arrested in Starkville

Posted 5/10/2019 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

A man wanted for a deadly shooting at a barbershop in Indiana was arrested in Starkville on Thursday.

Starkville couple buys antebellum home for bed and breakfast

One of the oldest houses in Starkville will find new life when it opens as a bed and breakfast this fall.

New info suggests baby left in toilet may have been born dead

The Mississippi 16th Circuit District Attorney's Office has dropped an initial second-degree murder charge against a woman accused of birthing her baby in a toilet and abandoning it.

Gilmore joins Ward 5 race

Three candidates are now running for Starkville's Ward 5 alderman seat after Kayla Gilmore entered the race.

DA's office plans to re-present Fisher case to grand jury

The Mississippi 16th Circuit District Attorney's Office has dropped initial second-degree murder charges against a woman accused of birthing her baby in a toilet and abandoning it.

Aldermen OK $1 million for pedestrian path, street improvement work

Starkville is moving ahead with roughly $1 million in road and pedestrian improvement work after aldermen approved two projects during Tuesday's meeting.

Key: Solar power growing, diversifying

Keith Key said most people have an image of a typical solar power customer. "Most of the people I talk to think they live out in the country, eat tofu and are bare-footed," Key said. "They're off the grid, you know, and they're the only people interested in that."

Oktibbeha man arrested for child molestation

Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Office investigators arrested a local man Friday for a reported child molestation incident.

 

Blackjack Road project stalls on right-of-way acquisition

Oktibbeha County is hoping to soon begin work on a road improvement project along Blackjack Road but is waiting for easements from property owners.

 

Man arrested for statutory rape at J.L. King Park

Starkville police have arrested a man accused of having sex with a minor at J.L. King Park.

Oktibbeha man arrested for child molestation

Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Office investigators arrested a local man Friday for a reported child molestation incident.

Monday profile: At 82, professor emeritus Bill Jones still helping MSU crank out engineers

A stack of papers sits on a desk beside Bill Jones' laptop in his Greensboro Street home in Starkville.

MDOT: Highway 12 Phase 1 reduces crashes by 42 percent

The first phase of the Highway 12 safety improvement project in Starkville has, according to the Mississippi Department of Transportation, led to a significant reduction in crashes along the corridor.

Beating the odds: At six months, smallest calf born alive making progress at MSU's College of Veterinary Medicine

It's been about six months since the bull known as "Lil Bill" arrived at Mississippi State's College of Veterinary Medicine as quite possibly the smallest calf ever born alive.

VanHorn qualifies for Ward 5 race

A second candidate has filed paperwork to run in a May 30 special election to fill former Ward 5 Alderman Patrick Miller's seat.

Superintendent: 'Disrespectful and disruptive behaviors' have become commonplace at AMS

"Blatant disrespect" by students toward staff at Armstrong Middle School has prompted Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Superintendent Eddie Peasant to email parents that if the behavior continues, law enforcement will be called to remove students and even parents from campus.

Last defendant in Starkville parks embezzlement pleads guilty

The last suspect arrested for embezzlement of Starkville Parks and Recreation funds between 2015 and 2017 has pleaded guilty and been sentenced in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.

SPD investigating Northside Drive shooting

Posted 4/30/2019 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Starkville Police are investigating a Sunday night shooting that hospitalized a male victim.

Oktibbeha Young Leaders graduates its first class

Posted 4/30/2019 in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Memory Shuffield found himself answering one question more than others during the first year of the Oktibbeha Young Leaders program.

 

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