March 8th, 2011
Fresh from a change in ownership and management, Cadence Bank officials say they plan to make customer service and technology enhancements with an eye toward market expansion.
Oktibbeha County crews may need some help to address the condition of some of the county's bridges, especially those with bare-steel supports.
Miguel Lasala wants to show Starkville a side of Mardi Gras that is not typically found in New Orleans.
The Oktibbeha County School Board heard school improvement plans from principals Monday night during the regularly scheduled board meeting.
"Pursuit of Realism" was conceived as the title out of respect to the artistic process of each artist, said Dylan Karges.
Mary Bennett Walker, known as â€śMary Bâ€ť to her many friends, age 90, passed away peacefully on March 1, 2011 at Philwood Suites in Columbus.
Mr. Thomas McKenzie, 89, passed away at his residence in Sturgis on Tuesday, March 1, 2011.
Thomas was a member of Shady Grove Lutheran Church and a World War II Army Veteran.
Maxine Smith Curtis of Roanoke, Va. and previously from Starkville passed away on February 27.
Ruth Ann Manning-Bishop, 58, passed away on February 19 at her residence in Starkville.
Betty G. Glover, 60, born September 27, 1950 in Little Rock, Ark., passed away on Monday, February 28 at North Mississippi Medical Center in Eupora. Mrs. Glover moved to Bradley in 1981.