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May 13th, 2015

MSU's focus will be baseball task in Knoxville

May 13, 2015

Mississippi State head coach John Cohen will be focused on what's happening in front of him in Knoxville, Tenn., this weekend.
That will be difficult for the Bulldogs because their postseason fate will be decided by what's happening in Athens, Ga. 

Echols of Bulldogs handles business as student-athlete

May 13, 2015

Julia Echols has the look of a student-athlete.
The Mississippi State senior softball player was chosen last week to the Capital One Academic All-District first team for District 6.

Home advantage for MSU: Bulldogs host some of league's best athletes at event

May 13, 2015

If there is such a thing as home field advantage in track and field, the Mississippi State Bulldogs will have it this weekend.
MSU hosts the 2015 Southeastern Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships at the Mike Sanders Track Complex. It's the first time the event has been in Starkville since 2002.

Drink distributor Clark to expand range in Coca-Cola deal

May 13, 2015

Clark Beverage Group and The Coca-Cola Co. have reached a preliminary deal for Clark to expand into two new areas, the partners announced Wednesday afternoon.
“We’ll be acquiring completely additional territories in the state of Mississippi,” said Robert Clark, president of Clark Beverage Group.

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SSD board talks EMCC, football field video board

May 13, 2015

Starkville School District Superintendent Lewis Holloway told the district Board of Trustees that two conditions for East Mississippi Community College to use West Oktibbeha County High School could torpedo a potential deal.
Holloway said EMCC has requested to use the building without paying for insurance or maintenance costs.

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Slain police already provoke charity scams

May 13, 2015

Following the Saturday night shooting of Hattiesburg police officers Benjamin Deen, 34, and Liquori Tate, 25, the Better Business Bureau of Mississippi has warned that phone scams are popping up across the state, under the guise of collecting donations for the slain officers.

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MS Horse Park to open harness track

May 13, 2015

The MS Horse Park has just opened their new harness track and will be offering free harness training during the months of May, June and July. The park is located at 869 E. Poorhouse Rd.
“Our uniform five-eights (of a mile) track is the perfect mixture of sand and clay to accommodate harness racing,” said Bricklee Miller, the facility operator at the MS Horse Park.

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May 12th

By JAMES CARSKADON

May 13, 2015

Republican Mike Tagert captured 35 percent of all Oktibbeha County votes in the special election to fill the empty U.S. House of Representatives seat in Mississippi’s First Congressional District, but Tagert fell short of the total needed to make the runoff election.

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School bus, pickup truck in collision

May 13, 2015

No serious injuries were reported with a Tuesday morning collision between a Starkville School District bus and ...

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Man arrested after firing shots near officers

May 13, 2015

An Oktibbeha County man was arrested on a charge of disturbing the peace Monday night after he reportedly fired a shotgun near sheriff’s deputies.
Deputies were dispatched...

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