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January 16th, 2015
The most common New Year Resolution is to lose weight and get fit. Fitness and nutrition expert John Basedow offers his best diet tips and tricks, including 'smart shopping,' controlling portion size, selecting natural foods, home cooking and packing 'take home plates' when eating out, so you to make this year your best ever.
To the east of Kroger in Starkville, in the Starkville Crossings shopping center, there is an unbroken string of vacated business spaces.
The backlash against the Starkville Board of Aldermenâ€™s recent decision to repeal the cityâ€™s equality resolution and amend the plus-one insurance coverage option for city employees continued this week.
Starkville Mayor Parker Wiseman visited the Starkville Parks Commission during its monthly meeting Thursday to talk about potential changes that may soon be facing the cityâ€™s sometimes troubled Parks and Recreation department.
Major road projects on Russell Street and Lynn Lane, as well as a safety audit of Highway 12, are coming to Starkville soon, Northern District Transportation Commissioner Mike Tagert told the Greater Starkville Development Partnership Wednesday morning.
Family Dollar will be moving from its current location on Highway 182 to a new store on Jackson Street, just north of the highway.
The Starkville School District approved changes to its quality point average (QPA) scale that will assign more weight to more challenging college-level courses at Starkville High School at its meeting Tuesday, after extensive discussion about options for these changes and the effect the changes would have on students.Â
Events around town Monday will prompt locals to remember the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Mississippi State Universityâ€™s annual MLK Jr. Unity Breakfast will begin at 7 a.m. on Monday. The event, now in its 21st year, is free and open to the public. Breakfast will be followed by a program by William B. Bynum Jr., president of Mississippi Valley State University at 8 a.m.
Oktibbeha County citizens turned in more than enough signatures to bring a $13.2 million Oktibbeha County School District bond to a vote at the school districtâ€™s meeting Tuesday, but the county circuit clerkâ€™s office was unable to certify all the required signatures by deadline.