Archive - Dec 6, 2012
For Starkville Daily News
As Mississippi State focuses on globalization as one of its strategic goals, the university is counting Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University in India among its international partners for research and development.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Starkville Transportation Commission Chairman Chris Gottbrath discussed a list of four proposed projects for the board of aldermen Tuesday to consider with the $30,000 allocated to American Disabilities Act capital improvement funds.
By STEVEN NALLEY
The Greater Starkville Development Partnership Board named a headhunter for an Oktibbeha County economic developer and revealed the possibility of a new, central Golden Triangle Regional Development Authority office at its meeting Thursday.
Youth basketball once again becomes the focus for Starkville Parks and Recreation Department in mid January.
This program is known as Starkville Area Youth or SAY, which dates back to previous days before the Parks and Recreation department took over the program.
ACKERMAN â€“ The East Webster basketball teams got a jump on the holiday tournament slate Thursday.
On Thursday, the East Webster squads traveled to the Ackerman Tournament. In their first game of the tournament, the Lady Wolverines tipped off against the Lady Warriors of Nanih Waiya, and East Webster won a 49-27 decision.
After being on the road the last couple of weeks, Starkville Highâ€™s bowling Yellowjackets returned home to Bulldog Lanes to face the Olive Branch Conquistadors.
JACKSON (AP) â€” Gov. Phil Bryant has scheduled a special election for Jan. 15 to fill a vacancy in the state Senate.
The qualifying deadline for candidates for the Senate District 16 election is Dec. 17. If no candidate receives a majority of the votes, runoff is Feb. 5.
The winner will complete the expired term of Sen. Bennie Turner, a Democrat from West Point, who died Nov. 27.