Archive - Jan 2013
Jacqueline Nicole Myers of Bloomington, Ill., formerly of Starkville, and Timothy James Croxdale of Bloomington, Ill., formerly of Memphis, Tenn., were united in marriage at three oâ€™ clock in the afternoon on Nov. 2, 2012 at the Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort in Morelos, Mexico.
By RUTH MORGAN
For Starkville Daily News
By DON VAUGHAN
I recently found a website on which 965 words that end in â€śiveâ€ť are alphabetically listed. You can click each word and see its definition. To find this website, Google â€śList all words ending in ive.â€ť Â Here are five from the list. Let me know your score (80 or 100 is an A).
1. pervasive (per-VAY-siv)
A. diffused throughout every part
By CAROLE DAVIS
On Monday, Jan. 21, 2013, we celebrate the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday to remember our past, present and future in Mississippi's race relations. We have a past, a present, and a future for making better race reconciliation in this nation, state and world.
By EMILY JONES
Next time you see me on the street, be sure to ask about my attention deficit disorder (ADD), or my spinach recipe or my dogs. I have a bike. Do you like TV? I saw a rock. Hi. Â
This is the way my mind works most of the time and itâ€™s as confusing to me as to my friends and family. My ADD has gotten so bad,Â I should qualify for a handicap parking pass.
Oktibbeha County Coroner Michael Hunt confirmed Saturday the death of former Maben Mayor Jim Harris Johnson.
Hunt said Johnson died of natural causes at his residence in Maben between 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. Saturday. He was 72.
JACKSON (AP) â€” Mississippi prosecutors now have until Feb. 11 to respond to a death row inmate's ongoing effort to win a new trial for the killing of two university students in 1992.
In an order signed this week, the U.S. Supreme Court granted a request from Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood for more time. Hood's original deadline was Jan. 10.
By CARL SMITH
Starkville residents will soon see infrastructure, accessibility and beautification projects at a local park thanks to a grant provided by the Mississippi Development Authority.
By CARL SMITH
Starkville Main Street Association officials are seeking volunteers to serve on the newly created Starkville Community Market Advisory Board.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Mississippi University for Women may not be exclusively for women anymore, but MUW president Jim Borsig said that does not mean the universityâ€™s name is changing anytime soon.