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November 2nd, 2010
On Friday, artists from all over Mississippi will help a few Starkville families have affordable, warm houses for the new year.
In just over two decades, the Starkville Area Habitat for Humanity has built over forty homes for families living in desperate conditions.
Returning to its roots, Sundayâ€™s concert by the Starkville-Mississippi State University Symphony Chorus will be a return to 1972.
Nick Bell, a sophomore defensive end on the Mississippi State football team, died at University of Alabama-Birmingham Hospital Tuesday. He was 20.
Today is the general election across the nation.
Whoâ€™s on the ballot
On the ballot locally for the general election are the following races (some races may not appear on all ballots):
Oktibbeha County School District officials have set a goal to see a substantially increased graduation rate within the next four years.
This yearâ€™s seasonal flu shot protects from three predicted strains of the flu virus, according to Dr. Roma Taylor, district health officer for the Mississippi State Department of Health.
Northern District Transportation Commissioner Bill Minor, an official credited with helping to make advances in the regionâ€™s transportation systems, died Monday of a heart attack. He was 68.
The prime suspect in last weekâ€™s burglary on Harris Road is headed back to prison for violating terms of his post-release supervision for a prior felony conviction.