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January 4th, 2011
From left, Circuit Court judges Jim Kitchens, Lee Howard and Lee Coleman took their oaths of office Tuesday morning during a brief ceremony at the Oktibbeha County Courthouse Annex on West Main Street
By PAUL SIMS
Community college students will perform a Starkville nativeâ€™s play later this month after she won top honors in the adult division of a state competition.
By SHEA STASKOWSKI
Theatre MSU will be holding an open audition for its next production, and members of the community are encouraged to participate.
NEW ORLEANS â€” Two teenagers were charged last week with murder in the Dec. 23 shooting death of former Starkville resident Jonathan Hall, a television station in the Crescent City has reported.
Electrical problems are believed to be the cause of a fire Sunday afternoon in the District 5 area of Oktibbeha County.
Gathering in front of fans clad in maroon and white, the Mississippi State Bulldogs celebrate their 52-14 victory over the Michigan Wolverines in the 2011 Progressive Gator Bowl at Everbank Field in J
Members of Mississippi Stateâ€™s spirit squads gather for a quick photo prior to their appearance in the Gator Bowl Parade on New Yearâ€™s Eve.
Dr. Denise Rowan has recently released her second book for middle school level readers, and a special book-signing event is set for Saturday.
Mississippi State quarterback Chris Relf (36) looks for running room during the first half of the Gator Bowl NCAA college football game against Michigan in Jacksonville, Fla., Saturday, Jan. 1, 2011.