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October 9th, 2014
Sports Illustrated's B.J. Schecter and Ben Glicksman debate which four teams would make it to the College Football Playoff if the season ended today.
As the weekend approaches, Starkville is preparing for what may be its largest Pumpkinpalooza event yet, beginning at 6 p.m. Friday downtown on Main Street.
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership is hosting the event, which Special Events and Projects Coordinator Jennifer Prather said is a primary fall event for the organization.
Many dogs know how to sit, stay, beg and roll over. Lucca knows how to find a bomb.
For 28 years, the American Public Power Association has dedicated one week in October to celebrate publicly-owned power departments across the country.
This year, Starkville is honoring Starkville Electric Department, the cityâ€™s publicly-owned power department, as Mayor Parker Wiseman has named the week Public Power Week in Starkville.
Travis looks ahead to Auburn vs. Mississippi St.
As of Tuesday afternoon, more than 6,000 Mississippi State fans had a fever, and the only cure seemed to be â€śmore cowbell.â€ť
Unfortunately, the celebrity these fans wanted to help bring â€śmore cowbellâ€ť to Davis Wade Stadium on Saturday wonâ€™t be able to make it.
ESPN announced Sunday that its College GameDay program is coming to Starkville for MSUâ€™s Saturday home game against Auburn.
Sid Salter has been waiting for a week like this for decades.
A Starkville man is still in jail for allegedly assaulted a city police officer following a Sunday morning traffic stop.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen voted 6-0 Tuesday to give the Golden Triangle Planning and Development District (GTPDD) authority to prepare and advertise a Mississippi Capital Improvements (CAP) Loan application for up to $400,000 for a sewage rehabilitation project.
District 1 Aldermen Ben Carver was not present at Tuesdayâ€™s meeting at City Hall.
After a night to evaluate the situation, Mississippi State University determined that 153 female students will be displaced as a result of a Sunday night fire in the Oak Hall residence hall, rather than the initially expected 198, according to university chief communication officer Sid Salter.