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October 7th, 2010
Following years of public accolades and awards from the City of Starkville, the state recognized the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum Wednesday evening.
People looking for a fright this Halloween month now have the option of walking through a place long thought to be haunted by real ghosts.
A Magee woman wanted in connection with the recent passing of a fake scholarship check at a local business was arrested Wednesday night, Starkville police say.
The Mississippi Horse Park is set to host the Starkville Indoor Shootout Kart Race on Saturday.
Following a successful first year, the second edition of Pumpkinpalooza has been set for Oct. 29 from 6 to 8 p.m. on Main Street in Downtown Starkville.
Cadence Bank will remain intact as a Texas-based investment firmâ€™s first acquisition, keeping the bank headquartered in Starkville and retaining employees under a deal announced Wednesday.
A Magee woman with an extensive arrest record is wanted for forgery in connection with the passing of a fake scholarship check at a local business last month.
Starkvilleâ€™s Parks and Recreation Department has received statewide recognition for the second year in a row.
Cadence Bank will become a privately-held financial institution still headquartered in Starkville with jobs intact and more hiring possible, officials said in a press conference this afternoon.
Starkville city officials have again held off approving exceptions from rules requiring sidewalks with new development.