With the reality that a school shooting could happen anywhere in the United States or anytime, there is also the reality many forget: The shooter could be anyone.
Mississippi State University was one of seven higher education institutions targeted by a bomb threat Thursday.
When it comes to inventions, most people think of the wheel or a lightbulb. Few people know what an osteometric device is.
The Starkville Community Theater’s Summer Musical Revue is returning for the first time since 2019.
Volunteers paint a base coat for a street mural at the intersection of University Avenue and Nash Street early Saturday morning. The street murals are part of a project that includes street art at the intersections of University Avenue and Camp Street, Fellowship Street and North Nash Street.
The intersection of Mill and Russell streets will be converted to a three-way stop. The installation of stop signs will begin at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Oktibbeha County residents will not see a tax increase from the Starkville-Oktibbeha Consolidated School District this year.
Mississippi State University workers Wade Ray and Brian Rolarins dig the soil near the university’s entrance sign off Blackjack Road. The crew is working to pull up soil and pipes to make way for a sidewalk that would connect with the crosswalk.
A Starkville man’s murder trial has ended in a mistrial, according to Assistant District Attorney Trina Brooks-Davidson.
The Mississippi Economic Council hosted the Starkville leg of its MEC tour Wednesday at the Mill at MSU. The council, which is a private organization that dubs itself the state’s chamber of commerce, focused on what businesses and the state of Mississippi as a whole can do to foster economic growth.