The city of Starkville’s proposed budget will not require any tax increases for the upcoming year.
Hundreds of tents currently occupy the Junction at Mississippi State University as fans prepare for the return of college football.
OCH Regional Medical Center nurse Kadie Byrd sees the grave impact the Delta variant of COVID-19 is having on patients.
Starkville resident Latoya Lee and her son, Mason, are being removed from their residence with no place to go.
Two-thirds of COVID patients on life support, such as ventilators, do not survive.
That was one of several messages Dr. Thomas Dobbs delivered to Starkville Rotary on Monday.
Oktibbeha County’s relationship with the Golden Triangle Regional Solid Waste Management Authority is again under scrutiny after two county supervisors claim some residents are waiting weeks to get their garbage collected.
An Oktibbeha County sheriff’s deputy has been fired from his job after being arrested for driving under the influence.
Mississippi’s largest free outdoor concert has changed dates.
Almost every day after school, members of the Starkville-Oktibbeha School District middle and high school cross-country teams spend the fall honing their sport.
Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District will receive another $15 million in federal funds to address needs and issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new recycling program will arrive in Starkville this fall.
The Starkville-Oktibbeha Unity League (SOUL) seeks online votes to win a $25,000 grant from State Farm.
Aldermen on Tuesday approved a proposal to reconstruct Main Street to extend sidewalks and allow for more accessible outdoor patio and seating areas and streetscape modifications.
Starkville Utilities Department is the first program partner for Starkville High School’s academic houses.
Carey Edwards hoisted the trophy gingerly.
“It’s heavier than it looks!” the Rotary Club of Columbus president exclaimed.
A man faces a capital murder and an attempted murder charge in a Sunday night shooting at Sandhill Arms Apartments.
As COVID-19 case numbers continue to rise in Oktibbeha County, the board of supervisors is discussing new plans and policies to ensure the safety of residents.
A shooting at an apartment complex left one individual dead and another injured.
Less than two miles outside of Starkville city limits, a young entrepreneur with a passion for farm animals is building a business for the birds.
A malfunctioning air conditioner caught fire Sunday on the fifth floor of Cresswell Hall on Mississippi State University’s campus, displacing roughly 30 students.