A large portion of Starkville Utilities Department customers should prepare for a brief power outage at 7 a.m. Saturday.
This planned outage, which should last approximately 15 minutes, is part of the transfer of the old southwest electrical substation to a new substation.
The Oktibbeha County Economic Development Authority exercised a purchase option Tuesday and acquired a 5-acre parcel that will serve as the location for a substation that will power a proposed Starkville industrial park off Highway 389.
Local lawmakers say they are hopeful one of three bills funding the construction of a new Mississippi Highway Patrol substation in Starkville will be approved this session.
A bill working its way through the Mississippi Legislature would, if approved and signed by Gov. Phil Bryant, provide funding for a new Miss. Highway Patrol Troop G headquarters in Oktibbeha County.
Ask anybody who has ever worked with Charlie “C.F.” Harris what they think about him and they’ll tell you two things: He’s a straight shooter, and he’s a pleasure to work with.
Starkville Police Department is close to opening its second of four planned precinct substations after the city approved a revised, rent-free lease for such a location on Louisville Street Tuesday.
On Monday, Mississippi Northern District Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley ruled in favor of 4-County Electric Power Association’s request to construct a new electric substation to serve the future Yokohama Tire Company plant in Clay County.
The Starkville Police Department will formally open its first police substation at 2 p.m. today at 151 Alfred Perkins St.
At the opening of the Columbus Police Department’s fifth substation Tuesday on Maple Street, Chief Joseph St. John says the CPD has finished expanding geographically, but not methodologically.
What once was a place to serve refreshments during sporting events at Sim Scott Park now serves the public when they need help from the Columbus Police Department.