Archive - Jan 2013
I was born a skeptic. The weather man says it will snow and I scoff because, frankly, it typically only snows when there has been no mention of it in the forecast.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Mississippi State University President Mark Keenum discussed the need for more funding from the state government and his work with state officials to make that funding possible at a meeting of the MSU Faculty Senate Friday at Mitchell Memorial Library.
By NATHAN GREGORY
Four of the Starkville Board of Aldermenâ€™s seven current members have either already qualified or announced plans to qualify for another term in this yearâ€™s municipal election, while Mayor Parker Wiseman has announced his intention to run for a second term and will have at least one opponent.
Editorâ€™s note: This story is the first of two features profiling the candidates running for Miss. Senate District 16â€™s seat. Independent Kenny Fowler and Democrat Angela Turner-Lairy will face off for the seat in Tuesdayâ€™s election. Pick up a copy of Mondayâ€™s Starkville Daily News for a feature on Turner-Lairy.
From Daily Times Leader staff reports
By CARL SMITH
Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors President Orlando Trainer said documents releasing the Golden Triangle Planning and Development District from a prior comprehensive plan agreement have been signed, which in turn will allow the county to enter into a similar agreement with Oxford-based planning firm Slaughter and Associates.
It has been a long time coming, but the Mississippi State football team has a new home.
The Bulldogs officially moved into the Leo Seal Jr. Football Complex right behind the Palmeiro Center last week.Â
The complex features coaches' offices, weight room, locker room, meeting rooms and training rooms.
Vic Schaefer is not into moral victories.
When it comes to playing in the Southeastern Conference, the Mississippi State women's coach knows that playing close and not getting the job done in the end is not good enough.
Schaefer was proud that his Bulldogs played hard and found a way to lead the Florida Gators before losing a 61-55 decision Thursday night.
Team effort and leadership can go a long way to having success in athletic competition.
On Saturday, the Starkville Academy Volunteers used those areas against the Copiah Academy Colonels where after being down by 10 points, they mounted an impressive comeback to win 58-53.
By NATHAN GREGORY
OCH Regional Medical Center Administrator and Chief Executive Officer Richard Hilton will appear before the Starkville Board of Aldermen Tuesday night to ask for reconsideration of a decision it made Jan. 3 to suspend payments for ambulance services.