October 11th, 2010
Starkville School District officials on Monday set a goal of making the city school system a high-performing district by 2012, and that goal is one of many they are developing this fall.
The question for the Florida offense leading into Saturdayâ€™s matchup does not revolve around whether quarterback John Brantley is hurt but the extent is certainly up for debate.
Starkville Fire Department officials are going to be able to install smoke detectors to city residents who canâ€™t afford them thanks to a grant-funded program through the State Fire Marshalâ€™s Office.
Here is a look at the most recent collection figures for Starkville's 2 percent restaurant and hotel tax.
For the Daily News
October marks the one-year anniversary for curbside recycling in Starkville.
The Starkville School District has taken steps in hopes of preventing any further punishment for Starkville High School football coach Jamie Mitchell after the events that occurred in last Friday's 49
Leon Berry has likely played his final college football regular season game.
Mississippi Stateâ€™s senior wide receiver suffered a broken left leg during Saturday nightâ€™s 47-24 win at Houston.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs were hoping to find a few goals waiting for them upon their return home for Southeastern Conference soccer action over the weekend.
Mississippi Stateâ€™s volleyball program saw the difference between the progress theyâ€™ve made during the 2010 season and arguably the best team in the country.
Atmos Energy crews uncovered a natural gass leak this week that has been a problem for patrons of the Maben Public Library.