Luke Thomas, of Louisville, sits on a motorcycle belonging to his grandfather, David Metts, during the Sturgis Bike Rally on Saturday. Hundreds of people were drawn to the rally on Saturday, despite poor weather that lingered through the day.
It took less than an hour for Oktibbeha County volunteer firefighters to move 40,000 gallons of water during a Wednesday morning water shuttle exercise near Sturgis.
Gary Martin of Louisville rides up and down the main strip of Sturgis during The Rally Saturday.
Nothing was going to stop Joe and Jo Jo Young from riding their Harley Davidsons into Sturgis on Saturday.
It will be a noisy weekend on Golden Triangle highways.
Oktibbeha County firefighters again battled a structure fire Wednesday morning after two other blazes damaged homes in the last 10 days.
Sturgis’ annual bike rally returned from a lengthy hiatus Thursday night with a kick-off party in Louisville and will continue through Sunday morning.
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Something felt wrong.
A nagging unrest. A shadow lurking in her mind. She couldn’t figure out what it was. It made her worry, though, and stayed all day long.
This was a Friday nearly a half-century ago. It was almost fall, before the leaves turn, and she remembers her son had a high school football game that night. She didn’t want to go. Whatever unseen ghost was bothering her had not gone away. But she gave in and off they went, a carload of family and friends heading south through Winston County to watch a game.
Sturgis will soon hire a new police chief, assistant chief and officer to recently vacated, part-time positions, Mayor Walter Turner confirmed Friday.
Sturgis Mayor Walter Turner said he is hopeful the city will name a new police chief by the end of the month and then begin hiring officers after recent board action and subsequent resignations depleted the town’s law enforcement agency.