Close to 3,000 people flooded downtown Starkville on Saturday for the first LGBTQ Pride parade in the city’s history.
After denying a Mississippi LGBTQ organization a Pride parade permit, city leaders reversed the decision with a new vote
Starkville city leaders will allow a local LGBTQ organization to organize a pride parade, reversing an initial vote denying the permit request that made national headlines and resulted in a federal lawsuit against the city.
Weeks after the Starkville Board of Aldermen denied a local LGBT organization's request to hold a Pride Parade, the topic is back up for discussion.
A single vote told the world what Starkville thinks about the local LGBTQ community, and it’s a problem.
Starkville’s public image was defined by one vote on Tuesday night. That’s all it took.
When Jenny Bisson got a call from the Oktibbeha County Humane Society saying they had found her lost cat, Sam, she was in disbelief.
Moorhead, who's overseen Penn State's recent offensive resurgence, has been tabbed as the Bulldogs' 33rd head coach.