Nearly a week after supervisors voted to have Board Attorney Rob Roberson draft a contract for the potential acquisition of three former Oktibbeha County School District campuses, it remains unclear what such an arrangement might look like.
They call him Brother Bob.
Bob Cunningham, a longtime volunteer firefighter, captain and chaplain with the Central Oktibbeha County Volunteer Fire Department, turned in his gear in retirement at the beginning of the year.
On Monday, the county board of supervisors recognized him for his long service to the county.
The city of Starkville has posted clean results for its Fiscal Year 2018 audit, according to a Watkins, Ward and Stafford auditor.
Denise Newton believes a February acceptance letter from Mississippi State University will completely change her son Rees' life.
Work has started on a $1 million project to build multi-use pathways from Montgomery Street to MSU's campus.
Oktibbeha County Sheriff's Office investigators have arrested a man for a reported Friday sexual battery incident.
Lt. Roosevelt Harris is closer now than he's ever been to getting his first degree.
Harris, 48, is a 24-year veteran of the Starkville Fire Department. He's one of 20 of the department's firefighters participating in a program at Meridian Community College to receive associate's degrees in fire protection technology.
A new bill that would create an additional 1-percent sales tax at restaurants in Columbus seems to be in limbo in legislative committees.
A Lunch and Learn session, hosted by the Greater Starkville Development Partnership, offered a chance for city officials to discuss annexation with residents as Starkville continues work on an annexation ordinance.
Starkville's Board of Aldermen extended an offer to Sungman "Simon" Kim to become the city's next Community Development Director on Tuesday after a lengthy discussion about his pay.
For the second year, Mississippi State's Department of Communication will host the New Narratives Festival and Conference to focus on the changing landscape of communication.
Oktibbeha County Emergency Management Agency is closer to having a mobile command center after receiving a bus from Mississippi State University.
Seven new candidates joined county races as the qualification period for 2019's election came to a close on Friday.
The Starkville Oktibbeha Civic Engagement Collaborative launched a fundraising campaign for a safe shelter with some help, and laughs, from MSU's Lab Rats improv comedy group on Thursday.
Local road departments are scrambling to deal with issues that have popped up after last week saw more than a month's worth of rain dumped on the area.
Justin Edwards isn't new to responding to storms.
Mississippi State University has secured a competitive $7.2 million federal contract to help the U.S. Army test unmanned aircraft systems technologies.
Kelly Ervin and Jackie Taylor were working at Fast Dog Print Co. in east Columbus when a storm barreled through town on Saturday afternoon.
Scott Kelly didn't start having second thoughts about his first space flight until he was already bolted into the space shuttle's cockpit.
Lime is withdrawing from the Starkville market, and according to officials, is citing Mississippi State University's decision to not allow scooters on campus as its reason for leaving.
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