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October 4th, 2010

Longing for democracy

October 4, 2010

Locked up for what his captors called “economic” crimes, Dr. Sanjar Umarov underwent torture and abuse in his native Uzbekistan for more than four years.

Burn ban imposed in city

October 4, 2010

Starkville Fire Department officials have again imposed a ban on all outdoor burning inside the city limits.

Supes seek AG's opinion on building

October 4, 2010

People who worked for the American Red Cross when Oktibbeha County had its own chapter may get back their old building located on Felix Long Drive

EOHS boosters stress repair needs

October 4, 2010

Members of the Oktibbeha County School District Board of Trustees learned of several needed athletic facility repairs when they conducted their annual site tour of East Oktibbeha High before their reg

October 3rd

One womans passion becomes a mission for Kappa Alphas

October 3, 2010

One gallon jug of pop can tabs can help families of sick children stay one night at the Ronald McDonald House in Jackson while undergoing cancer treatments at local hospitals.

Lyceum Series Bus Stop opens Tuesday

October 3, 2010

MSU’s 2010-11 Lyceum Series begins Oct.

Free childbirth classes begin Tuesday at Emerson Family Center

October 3, 2010

Classes begin Tuesday to help local families have healthy pregnancies and healthy babies.

Christmas parade applications now available at GSDP

October 3, 2010

The possibilities are endless for a parade float with the theme, “It’s A Magical Christmas.”

October 2nd

The healing power of PINK

October 2, 2010

Seeing pink fire trucks parked outside Starkville’s Fire Station No. 1 Saturday proved to be an emotional event for several Starkville women.

Symphony introduces children to music

October 2, 2010

Children were cheering by the time “Yankee Doodle” flashed on the screen at Friday’s Programs for Children, sponsored by the Starkville-Mississippi State University Symphony Orchestra.

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