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October 12th, 2010
Starkvilleâ€™s fourth committee formed to advise city officials on plans for a municipal complex got a good look at the current one Tuesday.
Volunteer firefighters were confronted with a literal firestorm along Oktibbeha County Lake late Tuesday afternoon as winds from an approaching storm system fanned a wildfire into what a top fire offi
Local residents who cope with physical or mental disabilities might have a place closer to downtown to interact and take training classes.
The Starkville Police Department received a favorable report by a Mississippi Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (MSLEAC) evaluation team, officials say.
Local 'do-gooder' nominated for award
By SHEA STASKOWSKI
A Mississippi State staff member has been chosen as one of 18 finalists for the Foundation for the Mid Southâ€™s Do-Gooders Award from a pool of more than 600 nominees.
The cityâ€™s Transportation Committee is inviting local residents to participate in their discussions on improving pedestrian access around Starkville.
In a Tuesday ceremony in the Cotton District, Starkville Area Arts Council leaders unveiled the poster for the 2011 Cotton District Arts Festival.
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Up until now, a wealth of antiquities have been hidden on the shelves of museums and unavailable to the public.Â
Starkville School District officials on Monday set a goal of making the city school system a high-performing district by 2012, and that goal is one of many they are developing this fall.