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May 16th, 2015

Man receives 30 years for burglaries, kidnapping during court term

May 17, 2015

 
DePriest Gray, of West Point, received a 30-year sentence with 10 suspended, 20 to serve, in the Mississippi Department of Corrections after submitting a guilty plea during the Oktibbeha County Circuit Court's April and May term.
Gray, 29, faced a charge of burglary and larceny of a dwelling, kidnapping, armed robbery and three counts of burglary of a dwelling.

May 15th

Tate procession route finalized

May 16, 2015

The escort for Hattiesburg Police Officer Liquori Tate's burial will come to Starkville this afternoon. The processional will exit and go west on Highway 82 from Highway 45. From there, the processional will travel ...

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Ground breaks for The Gin on Russell

May 16, 2015

Officials broke ground on The Gin on Russell, a new luxury residential development on Russell Street early Friday afternoon.

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Golf Classic raises money to build houses

May 16, 2015

Golfers raising money for Starkville's Habitat for Humanity avoided rain Friday at the Starkville Country Club.

Sheriff's Department searching for missing man

May 15, 2015

The Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Department is seeking public assistance in locating a missing man.
The department is searching for 21-year-old Aashil Randive, who is described as a having black hair and a dark complexion.
Randive was last seen Saturday at his Oktibbeha County residence. He may be driving a 2009 red Mitsubishi Galant with Mississippi tag STARK04.

May 14th

Welcome planned for slain Hattiesburg officer

May 14, 2015

Starkville is preparing a hero’s welcome for one of its own.
Hattiesburg Police Officer and Starkville native Liquori Tate will be laid to rest Saturday afternoon after the completion of funeral services in Hattiesburg. Tate, 25, and 34-year old Officer Benjamin J. Deen were shot and killed Saturday night during a traffic stop in Hattiesburg.

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SPD hosts first ‘Coffee with a Cop’

May 14, 2015

Debbie Nettles welcomed the chance to talk to Starkville Police Department officers Thursday morning.
Nettles, who said she’s lived in Starkville since 1976, said she went to 929 Coffee on Main Street to participate in SPD’s first Coffee with a Cop event.

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Woo Lingerie Boutique moves to Starkville

May 14, 2015

When asked why she chose to sell lingerie, instead of any other product, Winnifred Young, store owner of Woo Lingerie Boutique had only one answer: being bad.
“Everyone is so conservative around here,” Young said. “I like swimming against the current.”

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“Hummus Lady” serves up new dishes at public market

May 14, 2015

Lisa Dakhlalla became The Hummus Lady in the early days of the Starkville Community Market, before it became a part of the Greater Starkville Development Partnership. Everyone at the market was informally known by what product they brought to the market each week — the honey guy, the friendship bread lady — making Dakhlalla The Hummus Lady.

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May 13th

Drink distributor Clark to expand range in Coca-Cola deal

May 13, 2015

Clark Beverage Group and The Coca-Cola Co. have reached a preliminary deal for Clark to expand into two new areas, the partners announced Wednesday afternoon.
“We’ll be acquiring completely additional territories in the state of Mississippi,” said Robert Clark, president of Clark Beverage Group.

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