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April 27th, 2015
The Starkville Samaritan Club held their annual awards banquet at Harveyâs Restaurant on Thursday evening.
The club, which was formerly the Starkville Exchange Club, raises money for children affected by child abuse. Two other secondary objectives of the club include community support focusing primarily on the youth, and Americanism second.
For more than 20 years, Clark Gregg Hudson dedicated his life to service through Starkville Fire Department.
Hudson, a former lieutenant in the department, retired at the end of February, but his service and character are still well-remembered by those who he worked with.
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The city of Starkville will be able to take the next step in a long-dormant redevelopment plan for a portion of Highway 12, thanks to recently-appropriated funding from the Mississippi legislature.
Mississippi State Universityâs Music Maker Productions hopes to promote the idea that âConcert Culture is Coolâ this weekend as it brings the first all-day music festival experience to the Old Main Music Festival.
Finding a new site for the proposed Innovation District Park in Oktibbeha County is a top priority for the Golden Triangle Development LINK, according to CEO Joe Max Higgins.
Higgins updated leaders and citizens from the three counties the LINK serves during an economic development forum at East Mississippi Community College Thursday.
Two men are in Starkville Police Department custody after an evasion attempt ended in an accident at the 911 Shopping Center on Highway 12.
Starkville Police Department Chief Frank Nichols said his department will offer citizens a chance to have a first-hand look at how it operates when it launches its citizen police academy this summer.
A mail delivery truck, a portable veterinary clinic and a medical helicopter are just a few of the new attractions that are scheduled to be at Volunteer Starkvilleâs third annual Touch-A-Truck event on Saturday.
ReBirth Consignment located inside of Urban Den, located at 511 Academy Road will soon be closing. The pop up shop will have its doors open one last time Thursday through Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
A pop up shop is a small temporary shop that is opened for a limited amount of time with a set amount of stock.
Theater MSU is offering playgoers an experience very different from the typical play seen at the McComas Hall theater.
âThe Caucasian Chalk Circle,â directed by John Nara, will be presented today through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. nightly. The audience will be invited onto the stage to view the play.
Platforms have been built on the stage, where about 110 seats will be placed.