By BRIAN HAWKINS
and KELLY DANIELS
Starkville Daily News
Very few residents took city leaders up on their offer to tour City Hall on Friday, but officials hope that will change on Tuesday.
SDN Staff Reports
Leaders for Oktibbeha-Starkville Emergency Response Volunteer Services received an early Christmas gift last week.
By SHEA STASKOWSKI
Emerson Family School hosted a Christmas Extravaganza Saturday morning for families with small children.
MABEN â€” Maben Medical Clinic will be closed Jan. 6-7 before opening Jan. 10 in its new location at 49 Turner St.
The Mathiston Christmas parade has been delayed due to rain conditions and a tornado watch for the area. The parade will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday
By RUTH MORGAN
For the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum
There was a time every great downtown featured an array of family owned stores and Starkville was no exception.
Will Evans Doughty, left, and Mac McReynolds, right, taking a little break from â€śtailgate football.â€ť See more Fall Football Fun in Sunday's Lifestyles section
EUPORA â€” Bob Narmour, 72, a retired mechanic, died Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2010 at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo.