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February 19th, 2014
Dan Rather was happy to speak about leaders he had met, but he was modest about his own leadership wehn he spoke at Mississippi State University Tuesday night.
â€śI donâ€™t consider myself a leader, and I donâ€™t consider myself an expert on leadership,â€ť Rather said.
The Starkville School District Board of Trustees on Tuesday appointed Assistant Superintendent of Federal Programs and Operations Toriano Holloway to serve as Starkville High Schoolâ€™s interim principal after Keith Fennelâ€™s resignation.
Starkville continues to stay at the front of the pack in C Spireâ€™s Fiber to the Home program.
Many have seen Dan Rather on television as an anchor on â€śCBS Evening Newsâ€ť and as correspondent on CBSâ€™ â€ś60 Minutes,â€ť but tonight, Starkville area residents have a chance to see him live and in person.
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors interviewed four county administrator finalists during an extended Monday morning meeting, but members will wait another month before taking further action.
Starkville School District Board of Trustees President Eddie Myles will go before the Starkville Board of Aldermen for consideration for a new term tonight.
To communicate the importance of art, Starkville Area Arts Council (SAAC) President Ellen Boles asked the Starkville Rotary Club to imagine a world without it.
Mississippi State University's Music Maker Productions (MMP) announced Monday that The Neighbourhood, an alternative rock band known for its Billboard Hot 100 hit "Sweater Weather," will headline the Old Main Music Festival.
Throughout history, differing psychology concerning the complex set of emotions, experiences and expressions commonly bundled and referred to as â€śloveâ€ť has raised just about as many questions as answers.
Over the weekend, couples throughout Starkville celebrated and showed their love with romantic dinners, masses of flowers and gifts inspired by the St. Valentineâ€™s holiday.
Community-orientedâ€ť is how most people describe Carey Edwards.
Although Edwards has only been a Starkville resident for the past four years, he wasted no time in putting down roots and making his presence known as an active volunteer in the community. He moved to Starkville from Nashville with his wife Mary Martha Edwards in 2010.