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Governing boards approve economic deal

October 31, 2012

By CARL SMITH
news@starkvilledailynews.com

The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors and Starkville Board of Aldermen unanimously approved a three-year contract Wednesday to enter a cooperative regional development entity consisting of Clay and Lowndes counties.

Man confesses to setting trailer on fire in The Pines

October 31, 2012

By NATHAN GREGORY
citybeat@starkvilledailynews.com

Starkville Police Department authorities arrested and charged Christopher Lee Steed, 35, with arson after he allegedly set fire to a mobile home in The Pines Manufactured Home Community on 1000 Louisville St., Apt. No. 30, on Oct. 24.

Ambassador from Kenya visits MSU

October 31, 2012

By STEVEN NALLEY
educ@starkvilledailynews.com

Mississippi State University will host Elkanah Odembo, the Kenyan ambassador to the U.S, at 7 p.m. Thursday in McCool Hall’s Taylor Auditorium as part of both the Maroon Edition program and the university’s Academic Integrity Week.

Student Association, SPD prepare for Bulldog Bash

October 31, 2012

By MATT CRANE
life@starkvilledailynews.com

Thousands of residents and visitors will head to the Cotton District Friday as the Mississippi State University Student Association prepares for the 2012 Bulldog Bash for the Texas A&M game weekend.

SA President Shelby Balius said activities for Bulldog Bash will begin 3 p.m. Friday with the annual FanFare followed by the Dawg Rally at 5:15 p.m.

Man confesses to burning trailer in The Pines

October 31, 2012

Starkville Police Department authorities have arrested and charged Christopher Lee Steed, 35, with arson after he allegedly set fire to a mobile home in The Pines Manufactured Home Community on 1000 Louisville St., Apt. No. 30 Oct. 24.
Steed, whose home address is 40051 Valley Chapel Road in Hamilton, was the owner of the structure but did not live there, according to an SPD release.

Climatology, disaster experts forecast continued dominance in broadcast meteorology at MSU

October 31, 2012

As Hurricane Sandy pummels the East Coast, Mississippi State University meteorology experts are some of the most trusted voices in the national conversation about natural disaster education and awareness.

When people are aware of a coming storm and understand its dangers and its capacity to obstruct electricity, transportation, water and other everyday comforts, fewer people die.

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