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Spring break slows business

March 11, 2014

Mugshots waiter Allen Turner serves a Monday afternoon meal to Sam Goodman (left) and D.K. Partlow (right). Businesses are seeing changes in crowd makeup and volume with students out for spring break. (Photo by Alex Holloway, SDN)

A quiet has settled over Starkville as some students have left town for the week for spring break vacations.

The students’ departure has impacted local businesses through slower sales or shifting crowds.

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