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June 13th

Starkville paving way to safer walking, biking

June 13, 2013

By MARY GARRISON
news@starkvilledailynews.com

For avid runners and cyclists like Josh and Robin Walden, navigating traffic in town can be a dangerous venture. The couple uses the city’s bike paths and sidewalks almost daily, and while they said some areas had significantly improved, others could use work.

Mississippi State's Ellis knows call to Omaha

June 13, 2013

Radio broadcaster Jim Ellis has called some of the biggest moments in Mississippi State baseball history.

Choctaw County charges ahead with transition

June 13, 2013

ACKERMAN – Change is never easy.
In the case of the consolidation of the schools in Choctaw County into one school, changes were everywhere with the merging of Weir and Ackerman into one football program.

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4-H members compete in District horse show

June 13, 2013

4-Hers from 21 counties put their horse knowledge to the test at the Northeast District 4-H Horse Show in Oktibbeha County on Wednesday.

Downtown puts best foot forward

June 13, 2013

“Hotel Hell” has descended on downtown Starkville, and both city officials and local business owners say they’re well prepared.

Old tours building demolished

June 13, 2013

The old Starkville Tours building at the corner of Jackson and Lampkin Streets was torn down Wednesday.

Starkville resident and former building owner John Robert Arnold said it stood on the street corner for as long as he could remember.

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Local drug court facing cuts

June 13, 2013

Drug courts across the state could be in jeopardy beginning July 1, and the 16th District Drug Court serving Oktibbeha, Clay, Lowndes and Noxubee counties is no exception.

June 12th

Bearded Bulldogs: Mississippi State players sport facial hair

June 12, 2013

Facial hair has always been synonymous with baseball.
Rollie Fingers, Al Hrabosky and Brian Wilson all come to mind when you think about professional baseball players and facial hair. 
Although it took some convincing, this season the Mississippi State baseball team is trying its best to emulate some of the great Major League Baseball players with facial hair. 

SMITH COLUMN: MSU turns successful with Cohen as coach

June 12, 2013

It has been a process for Mississippi State baseball coach John Cohen and one that has worked.
Despite what was going on at the time he returned to Starkville to work with his alma mater on June 7, 2008, Cohen believed the Bulldogs could win again and they have.

SSA Bulldogs look ahead to regionals

June 12, 2013

World Cup qualifying action is taking over the soccer world, but here in Starkville another level of competition is in the forefront.
Competing at the highest level, the Starkville Bulldogs Under-16 team recently won the Division 1 (Select) Mississippi State Cup. With the win, the team advances to the regional championships which will be held in Oklahoma.

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