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September 16th, 2014
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the countyâ€™s fiscal year 2014-15 budget and millage levy at its Monday meeting.
Oktibbeha County Administrator Emily Garrard presented the budget for the board and the citizens in attendance before supervisors took the matter up for consideration.
Max Garzoini loves art and comes from one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Garzoini, who is the 2014-15 Rotary Youth Exchange Student, gave a presentation Monday about himself and Milan, the city where he grew up.
Garzoini spoke first about his name, which is actually Massimilliano Garzoni de Adorgnano.
Starkville Bridges Out of Poverty will host a day-long training and informational session Tuesday at the Starkville Sportsplex on Lynn Lane for volunteers who are looking to get involved in the program.
JACKSON â€” Gov. Phil Bryantâ€™s distrust of President Barack Obama is flaring again.
The Republican is once more citing something he fears Washington will do in his decision for Mississippi to stop accepting new entrants to the Unaccompanied Refugee Minor program.
Stein McMullenâ€™s dedication helping others has made him an asset both to Starkville Fire Department and the community.
McMullen, who currently works for SFD as a fire marshal, began working with the department in November 1996, said Starkville Fire Chief Rodger Mann. He said Stein was promoted to fire marshal in September 2004.
There were many expressions of love and respect offered by the speakers during Thursday's memorial service for the late Jack Cristil.
They all used their voice to make those feelings known tot he family and friends gathered at Humphrey Coliseum.
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On Monday, six service members of the United States Air Force will bring their musical talents to Starkville as the USAF Band of the West Freedom Brass Quintet kicks off a 2-concernt Mississippi tour at Mississippi State University.
When Kimberly C. Gee wanted to be tested for ovarian cancer, doctors told her she was too young to have the disease and thus, too young for the tests. They were wrong.
A broken fiber optic line led to an afternoon-long MetroCast service outage in six counties, much to customersâ€™ ire.
MetroCast Southern Region Operations Manager Mark Boyer said the problem originated in Houston, before MetroCast dispatched crews to repair the issue.