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November 28th, 2014

Fire destroys trailer Thanksgiving morning

November 28, 2014

Fire destroyed a mobile home at 119 Willie Road in northeast Oktibbeha County on Thanksgiving morning, but the Johnson family living there escaped without injuries.

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November 26th

VIDEO: What to watch for - Keys to the 2014 Egg Bowl

November 26, 2014

Sports Illustrated's Ben Glicksman previews the Week 14 rivalry matchup between the Mississippi State Bulldogs and Ole Miss Rebels.

City will pay part of Precision bill

November 26, 2014

The City of Starkville has made a payment to Precision Construction, LLC for its work on the Carver Drive ditch project, and though some dispute still remains, it appears the contractor will stay on to finish the job.

New South Weekends flourish this season

November 26, 2014

When Mississippi State University’s football team won all of its home football games this season, it also helped Starkville win the hearts, minds, and tourism dollars of visitors who came to town for the games.

Police: Keep belongings out of reach of holiday thieves

November 26, 2014

As the winter holiday season begins, local authorities are reminding Oktibbeha County’s residents to take care to keep their belongings and homes safe.
The holidays are a heavy shopping period, and Starkville Police Department Capt. Troy Outlaw said potential criminals use the season to look for easy pickings.

November 25th

Third arrest made in Huddle House assault

November 25, 2014

WEST POINT — West Point Police Department investigators have made a third arrest in connection with an August assault that left a local man hospitalized with a brain injury.

Authorities: Time biggest factor in missing child cases

November 25, 2014

When one Oktibbeha County Child went missing for nearly 15 hours Wednesday night and Thursday morning, his family and the surrounding community experienced the terror of not knowing where he was or if he was safe.

Moore’s life prioritized leadership, helping others

November 25, 2014

This Thanksgiving, Starkville High School senior Catherine Buffington is thankful for Ava Moore.

Moore’s life prioritized leadership, helping others

November 25, 2014

This Thanksgiving, Starkville High School senior Catherine Buffington is thankful for Ava Moore.

November 24th

Residents enjoy Christmas open house

November 24, 2014

Sunday’s Christmas Open House kicked off the holiday season in downtown Starkville while closing out this year’s New South Weekends.
Santa made his first appearance of the year, stopping by the Greater Starkville Development Partnership Welcome Center to take pictures with local children and hear their Christmas wishes.

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