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October 2nd, 2010
Seeing pink fire trucks parked outside Starkvilleâ€™s Fire Station No. 1 Saturday proved to be an emotional event for several Starkville women.
Children were cheering by the time â€śYankee Doodleâ€ť flashed on the screen at Fridayâ€™s Programs for Children, sponsored by the Starkville-Mississippi State University Symphony Orchestra.
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Improvements to Hospital Road is scheduled to start on Monday.
Mississippi Stateâ€™s annual performing arts series opens Tuesday with a solo performance by Grammy-award winning jazz guitarist Earl Klugh.
Starkville retailers continue to defy the stagnant national economy as the latest sales tax figures show growth for the seventh straight month.
Mississippi Forestry Commission officials have issued a statewide wildland fire alert and are discouraging the public from all burning activities until further notice.
Flames from a Thursday afternoon wildfire ravaged dozens of acres of rolling pasture and woodlands near the Craig Springs community in south Oktibbeha County.
The wait is over, and today those participating in the seventh annual Citywide Tailgate Party and Competition will prove â€śThe Ringâ€™s the Thingâ€ť and â€śRespect the Bellâ€ť as the event celebrates Mississip
Some future firefighter could have a very special addition to his bedroom decor to take home Saturday night.
Starkville Police Department officials are seeking comments from the public as the agency undergoes an on-site assessment for reaccreditation by the Mississippi Law Enforcement Accreditation Commissio