MSU lands $100K grant for downtown makerspace

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

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.

Two weeks in Tanzania: Wildlife photographer recounts following 'Great Migration' in Serengeti

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Steve Brandon has shot wildlife on all seven continents, but aside from some pesky insects, he hasn't killed anything.

Oktibbeha announces District 3 Fire Protection Grading District

Posted yesterday in Starkville & Oktibbeha County

Oktibbeha County has a new fire protection district that will serve 37 square miles in the northwestern part of the county around Maben.



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Arrest report 8-14-18 |

Top officer replaced at troubled south Mississippi prison |

Multistate crime suspect pleads to some Mississippi charges |

Suspects rob adult store near base |

Starkville church sues sanctuary contractor |

Analysis: Road money session waits on lieutenant governor |

For love of the run: Columbus couple host Possum Town Triathlon for competitive athletes, novice runners |

CMSD questions its portion of tax collection fee |

Maben man to serve 15 years in prison |

Oktibbeha County begins work on $2 million storm shelter |



Black soybean farmers claim they were sold faulty seeds |

Greenville delays vote on rules for to-go cups of alcohol |

CPD closes in on more Princess shooting suspects |

Local woman sues over tainted Goldfish crackers |

Supreme Court upholds Lowndes County as venue for Attorney General Jim Hood's Google lawsuit |

Second-generation commander: New Columbus Salvation Army leader follows in parents' footsteps |

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Know The Opponent: Stephen F. Austin |

17 days to football: Look how insanely deep MSU's defensive line is |

Smith brings versatility to Noxubee County |

MSU volleyball sets open scrimmage for Wednesday |

MSU soccer looks to carry strong mentality into season opener |

Former EMCC standouts Cole, Rivers eager to return to action for MSU |

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Our View: MSU E-Center's downtown Starkville location could serve as a beacon for entrepreneurship |

Froma Harrop: Comic relief as we wait for Trump to be gone |

Editorial cartoon for 8-14-18 |

Possumhaw: Living like pioneers |

Voice of the people: Darlene Cox |

Charlie Mitchell: Treading water shouldn't be good enough for voters |

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Cindy Melby of Starkville, at right, helps Sha-Keedia Bishop fold her laundry Monday at Brookville Garden Apartments in Starkville. Ladaisha Latham, left, prepares to start a load in the washer. Melby and fellow volunteers known as the Laundry Love Ladies help apartment residents with laundry every Monday morning.

Laundry Love: There's a lot more going on here than detergent and quarters |

A mural revisited, one more time |

MSU, Mississippi National Guard announce Bulldog Free Tuition Program for service members |

Caledonia Library to host local author |

Playing in the dirt: Gardening has seasons, too |

The W recognized by area breastfeeding coalition |

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NASA administrator supports Trump 'space force' proposal |

Man arrested in Florida 'stand your ground' case |

FBI fires Peter Strzok in wake of anti-Trump text messages |

Questions loom over Tesla deal after CEO reveals Saudi link |

AP Exclusive: Google tracks your movements, like it or not |

AP Source: Soul icon Aretha Franklin is seriously ill |

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