Ka'nia Lucious kept a sharp eye for passersby in front of her lemonade stand on Main Street Saturday.
A major criminal trial will now at least include a jury from Oktibbeha County after an order filed Thursday in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
A Mississippi Supreme Court decision issued in May will cost Lowndes County more than $800,000 in property taxes for at least the approaching fiscal year.
After years of trying, Lou-Quan Lucious finally got to see work begin on her Habitat for Humanity home on Tuesday.
The city of Starkville is ramping up to begin the first phase of a major infrastructure project and city officials met with residents of the Pleasant Acres neighborhood Tuesday evening to discuss the upcoming work.
Mississippi State University will expand its ability to help young entrepreneurs launch businesses and, leaders hope, keep them in Mississippi, thanks to $100,000 grant to create a new makerspace in downtown Starkville.
Oktibbeha County has a new fire protection district that will serve 37 square miles in the northwestern part of the county around Maben.
Second Baptist Church of Starkville is seeking damages against TCM Companies, LLC in a in a lawsuit filed against the contractor for failing to properly construct the church's new sanctuary.
A Maben man has been sentenced to serve 15 years in Mississippi Department of Corrections, with additional time suspended, after pleading guilty to two counts of burglary of a shed, one count of grand larceny and another of possession of stolen property in Oktibbeha County Circuit Court.
After years of effort, Oktibbeha County has started construction on a long-awaited storm shelter.
A joint enforcement operation between local law enforcement agencies and the U.S. Marshal Task Force saw dozens of arrests as officers served indictments and took suspects into custody on warrants.
A growing chorus of governments across the Golden Triangle is asking the Mississippi Legislature to convene a special session and consider diverting some internet sales tax revenue to the local level.
The city of Starkville is looking at an "operational" millage increase to keep pace with rising costs as discussions begin for the Fiscal Year 2019 budget.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors voted to recommend the Golden Triangle Waste Services board fire Director Betty Farmer, after a vote to split from the multi-county garbage collection agency failed.
Starkville Police Department is welcoming the community to join it at the Sportsplex this evening for its third annual National Night Out on Crime.
Oktibbeha County is in the very early stages of considering a relationship with the city of Starkville for recreation.
Supervisors discussed the possibility at last week's budget workshop meeting, where Board President Orlando Trainer said Mayor Lynn Spruill asked the county to consider putting some funding toward a park the city is looking to build at Cornerstone Park on Highway 25.
A former Oktibbeha County Road Department worker has filed a federal lawsuit against the county and its road manager Fred Hal Baggett. It claims, among other things, Baggett once said the worker looked like a "black savage Viking."
"The Peeping Pimp" has been indicted for two counts of trespassing by peeping tom from a pair of incidents in the spring.
Expenses for the county road department are shaping up to be major considerations for supervisors as they begin the budgeting process for the approaching fiscal year.
The Office of the State Auditor provided updates on three local embezzlement cases in an annual exceptions report on Wednesday -- including a former area airport manager and ex-employees with Mississippi State University.
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