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  1. City receives preliminary plans to address waste lagoonRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Starkville Daily News

    The Starkville Board of Aldermen received a preliminary evaluation of the city's waste lagoon, and potential ways to address its capacity during their work session on Friday. The presentation was made by Vice President and Utilities Service Line Leader at Volkert Inc. Kirk Mills, where he addressed the current status of the lagoon and ways the city can address it.

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  2. Bulldog Bio: Aeris WilliamsRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Starkville Daily News

    The Mississippi State running back was a three-year starter at West Point High School. He rode that success right down Highway 82 over to MSU where he has been a centerpiece of the Bulldogs offense over the last few years.

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  3. Football action with 7-on-7 keeps high school teams busyRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Starkville Daily News

    There's a wall of silence draped over many football fields across the state of Mississippi during these summer months as the Friday night lights won't get power until mid-August. Take a drive down Highway 12 on Monday mornings, however, and the buzz is bouncing off the hot turf at Yellowjacket Stadium.

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  4. Bulldog Bio: Montez SweatRead the original story

    Yesterday | Starkville Daily News

    Sweat, a Mississippi State defensive end, is back for one more year in maroon and white in 2018. That's fantastic news for the Bulldogs.

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  5. Smith on Sports: Should MSU be looking anywhere else for a baseball coach at this point?Read the original story

    Yesterday | Starkville Daily News

    What if the Mississippi State Bulldogs found a head baseball coach that has won two national coach of the year honors this year and took his team to Omaha, Nebraska, for the College World Series? The Bulldogs indeed made it to the College World Series and now have 38 wins this season after defeating the Washington Huskies 1-0 on Saturday night in another exciting walk-off decision. It has been quite a turnaround for MSU after one time being 14-15 overall and 2-7 after three Southeastern Conference series.

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  6. SDN brings home eight MPA awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Starkville Daily News

    The Starkville Daily News, the oldest print newspaper in Oktibbeha County, saw the work of its staff honored over the weekend with annual awards from the Mississippi Press Association. In total, the Starkville Daily News won eight awards in its class in the MPA's Better Newspaper Contest.

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  7. Antioch Church reopens its doorsRead the original story

    Sunday | Starkville Daily News

    After nearly being condemned by the city in October, Antioch Church has reopened its doors after months of renovations through the help of numerous volunteers and donors. First Baptist Church Starkville member and volunteer in the project Danny Cheatham said the renovation project began at the end of November and continued on until the end of May, totaling 87 partial and whole days of work on the church.

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  8. Town hall to offer 'intimate' forum with area legislatorsRead the original story

    Sunday | Starkville Daily News

    Mississippi House of Representatives District 38 Rep. Cheikh Taylor is organizing a town hall meeting of local state legislators for June 28. The meeting will be held in the community room of the Starkville Police Department headquarters at 6 p.m. Although Taylor expects more confirmations, as of now, three representatives of Mississippi will be present for the forum. In addition to Taylor, State Rep. Kabir Karriem, a Columbus Democrat and Democratic State Sen. Angela Turner-Ford have confirmed their attendance.

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  9. Kickoff event set for inaugural Lemonade Day in StarkvilleRead the original story

    Sunday | Starkville Daily News

    Lemonade Day, which is observed in 57 cities in 23 states and three countries, is a lesson-based program that will see local grade school students given the resources to start their own lemonade stand business. The citywide event is set for Saturday, Aug. 18 and will be made possible through a collaboration of the Mississippi State College of Business, the MSU Entrepreneur Center, Castle Properties and Cadence Bank.

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  10. Johnson's made relationship work on, off fieldRead the original story

    Saturday | Starkville Daily News

    Long before Wes Johnson was a successful head coach at East Webster High School, he was hurling a baseball for Mississippi State. Johnson was a part of one of the best programs in college baseball and learned plenty during his time under coach Ron Polk in Starkville.

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  11. Jake Mangum's father has been driving force for his successRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Starkville Daily News

    Mississippi State was in a battle with instate rival Ole Miss in the Governor's Cup down in Pearl. It was a tie game in the eighth inning.

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  12. City presented with preliminary tactical plan to address water infrastructureRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 16 | Starkville Daily News

    The Starkville Board of Aldermen discussed a more in-depth plan on how the city will address aging water infrastructure during its work session on Friday. Mayor Lynn Spruill had previously voiced her concerns about the city's infrastructure needs earlier this month on how the board needs to be proactive, rather than reactive.

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  13. Eupora Eagles test will at 7-on-7 football tournamentRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 16 | Starkville Daily News

    It's a long way until the first real football game, but the Eupora Eagles tested their will against some of the best small schools in the state on Friday afternoon at Mississippi State. MSU hosted a small-school 7-on-7 tournament with most of the teams ranging from private school to Class A-3A.

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  14. Omaha opens door: MSU begins College World Series runRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 16 | Starkville Daily News

    The junior center fielder was asked why he came back to Mississippi State for his junior year when he could have left after being taken in the Major League Baseball Draft back in 2017.a "We've gone 0-4 in super regionals," Mangum said in early February. "There was no way I was going to leave after that.

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  15. Bulldogs in Omaha: Where to watchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | Starkville Daily News

    The Mississippi State University Bulldogs baseball team will take on University of Washington Huskies at 7 p.m. Saturday during the College World Series in Omaha. As the Bulldogs take the national stage, numerous restaurants and bars throughout Starkville are hosting watch parties to celebrate the occasion.

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  16. Partnership presents second Downtown at Sundown concertRead the original story

    Friday Jun 15 | Starkville Daily News

    June 21's concert features music by Drew Dieckmann, a local singer/ songwriter, and singers from Starkville Community Theatre's summer fundraiser shows of past and present. "We're excited to bring Starkville Community Theatre on board for this month's show, and we're hoping for another large crowd," Special Events and Projects Coordinator Paige Watson said.

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  17. The story behind MSU's rally bananaRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 14 | Starkville Daily News

    No matter the sport, Bulldog fans ring their bells in support. Yet as MSU gets ready to start play in the College World Series Saturday night, it's not the cowbell that has become the rallying symbol for these Bulldogs.

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  18. Mayor signs proclamation for Gay Pride monthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 14 | Starkville Daily News

    Spruill said the proclamation was declared, because it was one of the stipulations that was important to Starkville Pride, which helped the city and the organization get to a point where they were comfortable in resolving the litigation. She said the proclamation was a chance to show Starkville Pride the courtesy and appreciation of there being LGBT citizens in Starkville, and the city is glad they're here, and that the city wants them to be comfortable being a part of the community.

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  19. Maynard stepping down as head of The PartnershipRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 14 | Starkville Daily News

    The Greater Starkville Development Partnership CEO and President Scott Maynard will step down from his role with the organization at the end of the month to accept a position at the Florida State University Career Center. Maynard will work through the end of June.

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  20. Opinion: State Auditor investigation a lesson to elected officialsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 13 | Starkville Daily News

    Earlier this week, the Starkville Daily News was the first to break a story about an investigation into practices by the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors by the State Auditor's office. The investigation came after the agency received an anonymous tip that District 3 Supervisor Marvell Howard made an illegal agreement with an unknowing Oktibbeha County resident with the leftover resources and components from a condemned bridge - namely bridge panels and I-beams.

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