August 15th, 2010
In Palmer, Alaska, at the end of the month of August, the small town will host the State of Alaskaâ€™s State Fair. During the fair, they will have the weigh in for the stateâ€™s largest cabbage.
The kickers on a football team are similar to the â€˜One of these things is not like the otherâ€™ game on Sesame Street.
School has started and so has storytime. Friday, we read the book I Love School by Philemon Sturges. It tells of all the fun things you like to do at school.
Jlo is the newest puppy at our shelter. She is one year old and is ready to find her new family that will love and take care of her for her entire life.
The Friends of the Starkville Public Library president, Ron Walker, and Secretary Judi HouselyÂ look overÂ the selection ofÂ over 150 DVDâ€™s purchased for the libraryÂ by the Friends.Â These DVDâ€™s are prin
For the Daily News
Recently the Starkville Optimist Club made a generous contribution to both the Starkville School District and the Oktibbeha County School District.
Four people were transported to OCH Regional Medical Center following an accident around 2 p.m. Sunday at the stop at Miss. Hwy. 82 and Mayhew Road.
More about the bands fans can expect to see this week at Sturgis South:
Top-selling country music group Diamond Rio will be the headlining act for this yearâ€™s Sturgis South Motorcycle Rally, joining an entertainment lineup organizers say has a broad appeal.
All biscuits more than 20 minutes old will be disposed of, according to the owner of one of Starkvilleâ€™s newest restaurants.