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May 12th, 2015

Man killed in Hwy 25 accident

May 13, 2015

A Vardaman man is dead after a truck struck him early Tuesday morning, according to Mississippi Highway Patrol.
A highway patrol press release said ...

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May 11th

Officials expect low turnout for special congressional election

May 11, 2015

Polls will be open today from 7 a.m. through 7 p.m. throughout Mississippi’s First Congressional District for the special election to replace the late Alan Nunnelee, but Oktibbeha County election officials are expecting low turnout in the county’s five precincts in the First District.
The special election was called after Nunnelee passed away in...

Local support group connects new mothers

May 11, 2015

A mother-to-mother support group is open for mothers of all ages looking for support and advice meets every second Tuesday of each month starting at 5:30 p.m. in the community room at OCH Regional Medical Center.

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Miss. Court of appeals judge addresses rotary

May 11, 2015

Mississippi Court of Appeals Judge James Maxwell offered a refresher on Mississippi’s court system Monday when he spoke to the Starkville Rotary Club.
Former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour appointed Maxwell to the court in 2009. Maxwell won elections to the court in 2010 and 2014.

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May 10th

May is National Moving Month

May 10, 2015

Along with spring graduation at Mississippi State University, the month of May also has students moving out of campus residences.
“We have roughly 4,500 students that live on campus,” said Dr. Bill Broyles, interim vice president of student affairs. “Everyone has to move out this weekend.”

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SPD to host ‘Coffee with a  Cop’ at 929

May 10, 2015

The Starkville Police Department will host its first Coffee with a Cop event from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Thursday at 929 Coffee at 106 E. Main Street.
Sgt. Freddie Bardley said several officers will be available to meet with anyone in the community to answer questions or address concerns. Coffee with a Cop is part of the department’s ongoing effort to strengthen its ties with the community.

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Mullenax helps keep Starkville looking good

May 10, 2015

When Richard Mullenax began to notice the amount of trash in Starkville, it would have been easy to complain about the issue but ultimately do nothing about it.
But that’s not what Mullenax did. The retired Mississippi State University horticulture professor joined forces with another retiree to do something beneficial to themselves and the community.

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May 9th

Sisters show motherly love seven times over

May 9, 2015

Seven sisters who grew up in West Point have spent their entire adult lives working as caregivers for the elderly. The Doss sisters — Margaret, Ruby, Maxine, Ethel, Mildred, Elizabeth and Jean — formed a team over 20 years ago that allowed them to be able to give 24 hour-a-day care to aging individuals that didn’t want to spend their last days in a nursing home.

MSU completes graduation ceremonies

May 9, 2015

Mississippi State University held its second spring commencement ceremony Saturday morning as it finished recognizing the 2,600 candidates for spring graduation.

County candidates file first campaign finance reports: 13 candidates miss filing deadline

May 9, 2015

The first round of campaign finance reports for the 2015 county elections show Bart Gregory, Republican candidate in the District 4 supervisor race, has both raised and spent more money than any other candidate. Gregory claimed $7,435 in contributions from January 1 through May 1. He has spent $3,692.65 on his campaign thus far.

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