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The funeral concluded in Hattiesburg shortly after 1 p.m. Saturday afternoon and began the nearly 200 mile long journey to his final resting place in Fox Cemetery in Starkville. That journey brought Officer Tate through Meridian where supporters were lining roadways and overpasses in support of Officer Tate and his family. Comment?
Dr. John W. Starr Jr. lives in Columbus and has offices there and in Starkville. The 57-year-old is a graduate of Mississippi State University and the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Comment?
A Mississippi State spokesman says quarterback Dak Prescott was injured during a fight at a concert in Panama City, Florida, on Monday afternoon while vacationing during spring break. Bill Martin said he spoke with Prescott about the fight, which also involved teammates Torrey Dale and Damian Williams. Comment?
"Some of the volunteer work I participated in is the Starkville Youth Rehabilitation Program," Jackson said. "That's my main focus. Comment?
The Mississippi Supreme Court has reversed a lower court ruling that granted immunity to the city of Starkville over maintenance of its sewage system. Taghi "Ted" Boroujerdi filed the $500,000 lawsuit when he fell at his home after sewage backed up into his house in 2009. Comment?
"The internet, It is so much faster, just click on it and there you are," Homeowner Karen Kennedy said. "Like they say, it's a hundred times faster." Comment?
A Mississippi death row inmate will argue before the state's high court that he deserves a new trial because his lawyer's poor performance and faulty evidence contributed to his conviction in the slayings of two elderly women. In 1996, Manning was convicted and sentenced to death in the slayings of 90-year-old Emmoline Jimmerson and her daughter, 60-year-old Alberta Jordan, during a robbery attempt at their Starkville apartment in 1993. Comment?
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