Archive - Dec 4, 2012
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Starkville School District Board of Directors denied one parentâ€™s request for her children to transfer from the Oktibbeha County School District to the SSD, but it accepted the same request from Orlando Trainer, because he has become an SSD employee.
By NATHAN GREGORY
After robust debate on approving using $20,000 from the cityâ€™s storm drainage budget for a capital improvement project on a portion of Miss. Highway 182, the Starkville Board of Aldermen chose to do so in a 5-1 vote with one abstention at its meeting Tuesday.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Sitel Corp. announced plans Tuesday to hire 3,000 more workers in the U.S. and Canada, and a Sitel representative has confirmed 100-150 of those jobs will be coming to Sitelâ€™s Starkville offices.
By MATT CRANE
At a luncheon hosted by Mississippi State University at Fire Station No. 1 in Starkville Monday, MSU President Mark Keenum and Mayor Parker Wiseman personally served holiday meals to local first responders in honor of their commitment to both campus and city.
By JAY REED
â€˜Tis the season.Â
It is the first column of December and the feeding frenzy has begun. The fantasy was to already be at a weight lower than the actuarial charts suggest, eat my way through the holidays and come out after bowl season at my ideal poundage. Fail.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs have struggled out of the gate in most of their basketball games away from Humphrey Coliseum this year
The good thing for coach Rick Ray and his team, it returns to Starkville tonight for a non-conference matchup.
Mississippi State (2-5) hosts the University of Texas-San Antonio (3-4) at 7 p.m.
Carolina Berryhill may be hanging up her Starkville Yellowjacket jersey after this season, but it will not be long before she dresses out in a new set of colors.
On Monday, the Lady Jacket soccer player signed a national letter of intent with Jones County Junior College.
The senior is excited about the opportunity to play for the Bobcats and coach Delores Deasley.