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July 6th, 2015
Meet Honey, a 5 year old pit bull mix who is just as sweet as her name! She enjoys the company of visitors, volunteers, and some other dogs, and would prefer to live in a household without cats. She is up to date on vaccinations, heartworm/flea preventatives, and is spayed. Once adopted Honey will be microchipped.
Looking for that "purrfect" addition to add to your family? Meet Izzy, a very laid back and sweet indoor cat. She is approximately 3 years old, up to date on vaccinations, flea preventatives, and is spayed and declawed (front/back). Once adopted Izzy will be microchipped. All July, all cat adoption fees are just $30!
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Looking to catch an amazing fireworks show this weekend? Here are some tips on shows to check out.
As produce becomes plentiful in backyard gardens and at the Tuesday and Saturday Starkville Community Markets, you may find yourself in need of new ways to use some everyday vegetables like squash. This delicious, easy squash casserole can be quickly modified to incorporate zucchini, spices or other flavors of your choice.
1/4 cup butter
Starkville native Tanner Fant was a top 10 finalist in America's Distinguished Young Woman competition Saturday evening during a program in Mobile, Alabama.
Fant received a total of $4,500 in scholarships during the competition, winning $3,500 for being a finalist and an addition $1,000 for winning a fitness preliminary award on Friday.
Tanner Fant spent months perfecting her pushups and her hard work payed off Friday night as she won a fitness award and $1,000 scholarship during the Distinguished Young Woman of America preliminary competition.
Starkville native Tanner Fant is competing in Mobile, Alabama this weekend for the title of America's Distinguished Young Woman. Fant won the Starkville Distinguished Young Woman program in spring 2014 and Mississippi Distinguished Young Woman program last summer.
Regardless if you think of a tomato as a vegetable instead of a fruit, Mississippi State University will be hosting their Great Southern Tomato Tasting today at the MSU Trial Gardens. The free event starts at 6:30 p.m. and ends at 8 p.m., and is open to the public