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Starkville Bridges out of Poverty Board of Directors President John Breazeale told the Starkville Rotary Club Monday he gets confused when he looks at Mississippi.
The confusion, as Breazeale described it, stemmed from the Jekyll-and-Hyde nature of Mississippiâs nation-leading charitable giving and the stateâs lagging behind the rest of the country in many poverty-related areas.
Thomas Haffey came to Sturgis looking to create a documentary on The Rally, an event for motorcycle enthusiasts held there Friday and Saturday.
The city of Starkville has issued a precautionary boil water alert for the Greenbrier Subdivision, effective until at least Monday.
A city spokesperson said the action was necessary because the system lost pressure due to a damaged water line.
Even if all dogs go to heaven, one Starkville alderman would prefer they stay out of local cemeteries.
Ward 5 Alderman Scott Maynard is proposing a change to Starkvilleâs code of ordinances that would ban people from bringing dogs or other domesticated animals to at least city owned cemeteries â if not all cemeteries in the city limits.
Libby Gerald, volunteer coordinator for Get Swept Up, likens the event to preparing for company at home.
On Saturday, the Starkville High School Junior Varsity and Armstrong Middle School cheerleaders will host their first Glow Run fundraiser at the campus of Starkville High School.
Glow Race Chairman Katie Ruth said proceeds from the fundraiser will go to support the squads as they support and represent the schools at athletic events and cheer competitions.
There has been a long wait for the Southeastern Conference Network to launch, but that wait is finally over.
The SEC Network launches today at 5 p.m. with several live events and shows. Mississippi State is giving fans a chance to gather with other Bulldog fans and watch the birth of the network.
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As recently as June, Elizabeth Gwin still had the power to captivate, even at 105 years old.
Movoto, a real estate blog that operates across America, has named Starkville third on its list of âThe 10 Most Exciting Places in Mississippiâ based on U.S. Census data.
Cars are coming back to the former site of Templeton Motors on Highway 12 next to the National Guard Armory.
Barnes Crossing Auto Sales and Service of Starkville will hold its grand opening at that location today, selling used cars and renovating the site as part of the company's expansion from Tupelo.