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October 28th, 2014
As little as two years ago, the property to the east of Buffalo Wild Wings bore a pile of rubble, the remnants of an old movie theater.
But this summer, steel girders sprouted from that property. Excavators removed and repaved the old theaterâ€™s parking lot. And now, bricks have begun to encase the skeleton of a new development on the site.
The trial of Dennis Thompson, a Starkville man accused of murder and three counts of aggravated assault, will begin at 10 a.m. today in the Oktibbeha County Courthouse Annex on Main Street.
It took most of Monday for for the court to select jurors for the trial for the trial, with the final dismissal for the day a few minutes after 5 p.m.
Football is coming to Davis Wade Stadium Dec. 5 and 6 â€” even if Mississippi State Universityâ€™s football team holds on to its No. 1 ranking and has to leave town for the SEC Championship.
When your nickname is the "Bowling Ball," you better know your (running) lanes. See how the Bulldogs' Josh Robinson ran all over Kentucky including scoring two touchdowns.
Sturgis has been spared from the worst of several storms in recent years.
Joe Ray Underwood may sing tenor, but he knows a good bass singer when he hears one, and he says Peter Infanger is a great bass singer.Â
There has been much made about who will be the new Southeastern Conference Commissioner when current commissioner Mike Slive announced his retirement earlier this month.
The search for the new commissioner is underway and Mississippi State will have hand in the decision.
Most organizations that offer free services hope the recipients reap some sort of short- or long-term benefit from them.
But as it pertains to Starkville Police Departmentâ€™s Child ID Program planned for Saturday, nothing could be further from the truth.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen received an update on more than $600,000 in plans for a 5-phase improvement to the road infrastructure around the Starkville Sportsplex and ridership on the Starkville-MSU Area Rapid Transit system at their regular meeting Tuesday.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency approved more than $43.5 million in federal grant awards to aid Louisville and Winston County in their recovery from an April 28 tornado, with most of the money targeted toward restoring large business facilities that sustained damage.