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August 10th, 2010
The federal co-chair of the Appalachian Regional Commission got a first-hand look at the economic development progress in the Golden Triangle Tuesday.
Developers of the recently renovated milk plant are asking permission from Starkville to expand the facilityâ€™s parking and rezone the property.
The head of the parent company of American Eurocopter â€“ a major employer in the Golden Triangle region â€“ survived a plane crash in a remote area of Alaska Monday night, officials said Tuesday.
With temperatures soaring around the 100-degree mark this week across the Southeast, 4-County Electric Power Association and the Tennessee Valley Authority remind consumers that using energy wisely ca
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The ground-breaking ceremony for the 2010 Maroon Edition Habitat House will begin at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Starkville Fire Departmentâ€™s Ty DavisÂ allows Caden Hogue of Austin, Texas, toÂ try onÂ hisÂ firemanâ€™s helmet during a recent visit to Fire Station Four.Â Caden is the 3-year old grandson of Rick and Judy
Designed with Love Child Haven Christian Development Center recently held a successful Celebrity Charity Golf Scramble and the Mississippi State University Golf Course.
The summer Oktibbeha County Circuit Court term wrapped up Friday with a down-to-the wire rush of sentencings and arraignments on Grand Jury indictments.
A second suspect has been indicted by the Oktibbeha County Grand Jury in the late February shooting of a Starkville man outside his North Montgomery Street apartment.
As part of the collaboration of Starkville Reads with the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum in commemorating the 65th anniversary of the end of World War II, Dr.