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Award-winning New South Weekends Celebrates 5th Year this Fall

In addition to great gridiron action at Davis Wade Stadium, this fall’s football season also brings the return of New South Weekends for its fifth year, kicking off on Thursday, September 10! The Starkville Main Street Association was honored this summer to receive the award for Best Image or Branding Program from the Mississippi Main Street Association for the development of… More

Candidate Profiles: Oktibbeha County Circuit and Chancery Clerks

CHANCERY CLERK CANDIDATES: MONICA BANKS Q&A responses not submitted       CIRCUIT CLERK CANDIDATES: MICHAEL JASON CAMPBELL ** WILL ATTEND Meet & Greet on July 8 How long have you lived in Starkville/Oktibbeha County? My wife, Ryann and I moved to Starkville May 2007 to attend MSU. Ryann had received a healthy scholarship and I… More

Power Breakfast on July 8 Offers Opportunity to Meet Local Candidates

2015 is an important election year in Mississippi, and with primaries later this summer on August 4, candidates are in full swing with campaigning. As part of our monthly Blue Ribbon Business Resources series, the Greater Starkville Development Partnership will provide our membership with an opportunity to meet and hear from local candidates during the… More

unWINE Downtown Wine List Announced

unWINE Downtown, our seasonal wine tasting and shopping event with Starkville Main Street members will return on Thursday, June 25 for the 2015 summer edition. The ladies-only event offers a chance to sample summer wine selections and light appetizer pairings, plus shop both trendy and traditional styles and wares from your favorite Downtown shops. unWINE Downtown features… More

One More Week to See Kinsey Collection Treasures

  Starkville area residents and visitors still have one more week to see a renown collection of art and history seen by more than 4 million people across the United States. African American Treasures from The Kinsey Collection will be on display in the John Grisham Room at Mitchell Memorial Library on the Mississippi State… More