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October 12th, 2010
Local residents who cope with physical or mental disabilities might have a place closer to downtown to interact and take training classes.
The Starkville Police Department received a favorable report by a Mississippi Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (MSLEAC) evaluation team, officials say.
Local 'do-gooder' nominated for award
By SHEA STASKOWSKI
A Mississippi State staff member has been chosen as one of 18 finalists for the Foundation for the Mid Southâ€™s Do-Gooders Award from a pool of more than 600 nominees.
The cityâ€™s Transportation Committee is inviting local residents to participate in their discussions on improving pedestrian access around Starkville.
In a Tuesday ceremony in the Cotton District, Starkville Area Arts Council leaders unveiled the poster for the 2011 Cotton District Arts Festival.
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Up until now, a wealth of antiquities have been hidden on the shelves of museums and unavailable to the public.Â
Starkville School District officials on Monday set a goal of making the city school system a high-performing district by 2012, and that goal is one of many they are developing this fall.
Starkville Fire Department officials are going to be able to install smoke detectors to city residents who canâ€™t afford them thanks to a grant-funded program through the State Fire Marshalâ€™s Office.
Here is a look at the most recent collection figures for Starkville's 2 percent restaurant and hotel tax.