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Jay Tee Thompson, a Starkville resident, returned to his hometown of Louisville Tuesday, but not under conditions he ever hoped would call him back.
Thompson grew up in Louisville, graduating from Louisville High School in 1999. Much of his family still lives in the city.
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As Louisville reeled in in the aftermath of a tornado-producing storm that rumbled through Winston County on Monday, Oktibbeha County first responders were quick to head south and offer assistance.
In Mississippi, the past decade has brought several harsh reminders of the importance of storm water management.
When the state of Mississippi implements the Common Core State Standards Initiative, there will be more to learning fractions than numerators and denominators.
Oktibbeha County dodged a bullet as tornado-producing storms passed to the south without causing any significant damage, but the county did not escape the stormâ€™s effects entirely.
Oktibbeha County residents have wish to vote in Mississippiâ€™s upcoming June 3 United States Congress primary election have until noon Saturday to register if they have not already done so.
Before he became executive director of the Stennis Center for Public Service, Rex Buffington worked for its namesake, the late U.S. Sen. John C. Stennis.
A former and current Mississippi State University football player were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of residential burglary and robbery by threats.
Oktibbeha County Sheriffâ€™s Department Commander Brett Watson said the two were arrested after the department received a call to Ace 21 apartments on Blackjack Road at about 2 p.m.
Another step in the consolidation process for the Starkville and Oktibbeha County school districts came to a close Thursday when Gov. Phil Bryant signed Senate Bill 2818 into law.
A few Starkville residents got the chance to share their stories on a national stage Thursday when the crew of The Story Trek came to town.