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October 18th, 2010
Oktibbeha County supervisors shook their heads â€śnoâ€ť â€” for now â€” to an offer that could potentially save the public money during road construction season.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen will meet today at 5:30 p.m. in the City Hall Courtroom on Lampkin Street.
A male subject's report of an alleged assault on the Mississippi State University campus Sunday afternoon was false, MSU police have determined in a continuing investigation.
One man was arrested Sunday morning and charged with aggravated assault, following a shooting incident at Brooksville Gardens.
The driver of a westbound SUV was transported by ambulance after a mid-morning, one vehicle incident on Miss. Highway 82, just east of Clayton Village.
Senior Anne Elise Parks of New Albany, daughter of Bill and Beth Parks, is the 2010 Homecoming Queen at Mississippi State University.
By BRIAN HAWKINS
Starkville Daily News
Some 238 criminal suspects are scheduled for trial, hearings or docket call during the fall term of Oktibbeha County Circuit Court that begins Monday.
The Thad Cochran Research, Technology and Economic Development Park will soon open its newest facility with plans for another building â€“ plus expansion and a new entrance â€“ on the drawing board, an of
Rylan and Caden Hogue sit under the hood of an old, rusty pick-up truck with their pumpkins while visiting Sweet Berry Farms in Marble Falls, Texas.Â They are the grandsons of Rick and Judy Smith of S