October 7th, 2010
Following years of public accolades and awards from the City of Starkville, the state recognized the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum Wednesday evening.
People looking for a fright this Halloween month now have the option of walking through a place long thought to be haunted by real ghosts.
A Magee woman wanted in connection with the recent passing of a fake scholarship check at a local business was arrested Wednesday night, Starkville police say.
The Mississippi Horse Park is set to host the Starkville Indoor Shootout Kart Race on Saturday.
Following a successful first year, the second edition of Pumpkinpalooza has been set for Oct. 29 from 6 to 8 p.m. on Main Street in Downtown Starkville.
Ask either Mississippi Stateâ€™s head menâ€™s basketball coach or its suspended point guard about the offseason drama and they both turn into The Captain character from Cool Hand Luke.
The Starkville Yellowjackets are about to complete the trip around the block right where coach Jamie Mitchell wants them to be.
When Jeff Terrill took over the Starkville Academy football program last winter, he made no assumptions that the rebuilding process would happen overnight.
Everyone knows 13 is an unlucky number.
Cadence Bank will remain intact as a Texas-based investment firmâ€™s first acquisition, keeping the bank headquartered in Starkville and retaining employees under a deal announced Wednesday.