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January 22nd, 2011
SDN Staff Reports
Tickets are stlll available for those wanting to enjoy a Mardi Gras celebration with a Mississippi State flair and help the communityâs newest emergency response agency.
The organization tasked with fostering the community's growth got a pat on the back from one of the state's leading officials in the field Thursday as the group celebrated its 10th anniversary.
Editor's note: This report â compiled by SDN News Editor Paul Sims â includes as much information on award recipients as could be gathered and assembled by press time Thursday.
Absentee voting for the Feb. 1 runoff selection for Northern District transportation commission will begin today, Circuit Clerk Angie McGinnis says.
By BRIAN HAWKINS
A man who walked into a west Starkville McDonaldâs restaurant early Wednesday morning was not hungry for a biscuit or a Big Mac.
Editorâs note: This is the first in series of stories analyzing components of the proposed draft of the Mississippi State University master campus plan.
By KELLY DANIELS
The âbonesâ of Starkvilleâs current City Hall are more than strong enough to house the Municipal Court system, architect Gary Shafer said Wednesday.
By PAUL SIMS
Plans are in the works for community leaders to go to Washington, D.C. sometime in the spring, a local economic development official said Tuesday.
An upcoming program at Mississippi State University will present the life and music of celebrated French composers Gabriel FaurĂ© and Francis Poulenc.