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September 22nd, 2014
There was something for everyone Saturday night at Starkville Area Artâs Councilâs annual Artâs Gala. The dinner, dancing and auction were enhanced by the addition of the MSU vs. LSU football game playing in the ballroom.
Bekah Sparks, co-chair of the gala planning committee, felt like once the game was turned on, the energy in the room became more excited.
JACKSON â Itâs been nearly three months since Chris McDaniel lost the Republican primary for U.S. Senate in Mississippi, and he still hasnât conceded. Now, itâs worth considering whether McDaniel, a state senator tea party favorite from Jones County, is pursuing a long-term political strategy of winning by losing.
Ellen Newsom, when not traveling around the globe, is actively giving her time and talents to her church and community.
A retired nurse, Newsom is a member of the Episcopal Church of the Resurrection and actively volunteers with Casserole Kitchen and Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.).
Operation Christmas Child has come full-circle in Starkville.
Elena Hagemeier, who received a box from OCC when she was living in an orphanage in Russia, will be speaking about how receiving that box changed her life on Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Outreach Center of First Baptist Church.
UNA â Clay County Sheriffâs Department (CCSD) deputies, in conjunction with Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics, arrested two Una residents Monday, after investigators executed a search warrant that allegedly yielded about 2 pounds of marijuana.
Love, lust, revenge and tragedy will overtake Griffis Hall next week as part of the Shackouls Honors Collegeâs Classical Week.
âMedea,â the Greek tragedy by Euripides will be performed at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 24 and 25 on the patio behind Griffis Hall in Zacharias Village.
The story centers around Medea, a woman seeking recent for the deeds of her husband, said director Donna Clevinger.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen approved a modified version of a minimum design standards ordinance for building facades and parking lot surfacing with a 5-2 vote at its Tuesday meeting.
Survivors of violence and abuse let their messages be heard this week as the Clothesline Project took its place on the Mississippi State University Drill Field.
Individuals who have been assaulted or abused had the opportunity to paint their message onto a t-shirt to be displayed on campus for passersby to see.
A lawsuit against Oktibbeha County and its Circuit Clerk, Glenn Hamilton, has been dismissed for the second time in federal court.