A Starkville business owner has found success in the business world, but recently achieved a major distinction in the unlikeliest of places.
The 15th annual John F. and Jeanne A. Marszalek Speaker Series will feature Michael J. Devine, the former director of the Harry S Truman Presidential Library.
The event will be held on Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Mitchell Memorial Library’s Grisham Room.
First United Methodist Church will present Tom Walker’s Gospel Train Big Band on Sunday, April 2 in the church sanctuary.
The music event will start at 5 p.m. and is free to the public.
Many participated in Starkville's Brunch and Browse on Sunday, March 19, as Mississippi State University alumni and Bulldog fans awaited the game.
Various restaurants and boutiques were open for the pre-game event, some opening early to accommodate fans.
Local musicians are planning a free concert titled "Music with Latin Flavor II" to welcome Spring Breakers back to school and promote musical diversity in Starkville.
GULFPORT (AP) — The mayor of Gulfport is asking regulators to block two proposed casino sites on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
The Sun Herald reports the state Gaming Commission is expected to rule on the site requests Thursday.
Sticking around town for spring break isn't a foreign concept, but that doesn’t mean spring break has to be uneventful.
Volunteers come in many forms and some even take life-threatening risks just to help their fellow man.
Greg Ball is one of the latter.
Ball, 51, has served as the fire chief for the East Oktibbeha Volunteer Fire Department since 2001.
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