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November 5th, 2010
JACKSON â The Mississippi Supreme Court has ordered a new evidentiary hearing for Kristi Fulgham, who challenged her conviction of passing a cell phone and charger to another inmate in the Oktibbeha C
Federal officials look more now to businesses to check for immigration than in years past, an attorney who handles such cases said.
With the change to Standard Time coming this weekend, Starkville Fire Department officials are reminding local residents and Mississippi State students to check the batteries in the smoke detectors in
A capacity crowd, all with heavy hearts, filled Bettersworth Auditorium in Lee Hall on the Mississippi State campus to celebrate the life of Nick Bell.
A class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of Cadence Bank shareholders alleges the bankâs managers struck a deal to sell the bank to a Texas investment company for personal gain.
Buying Christmas gifts today at the Christmas Handworks Bazaar will give local families in need an even bigger gift in the new year.
An anti-smoking crusade visited Starkville Thursday to raise support for a statewide smoking ban.
A young Oktibbeha County woman facing a January trial on a murder trial is seeking to have additional evidence in her case revealed to her defense attorneys.
Author Bill Walker will sign and share from his new novel that has generated a great deal of buzz in the Delta, according to Caroline Abadie of the Book Mart.
One incumbent member of the Oktibbeha County School District Board of Trustees has apparently been defeated in Tuesdayâs general election.