The Daily Press Starkville Daily News | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2014-04-18T09:38:37-04:00 reviews electric dept. budget, goals 2014-04-18T09:38:37-04:002014-04-18T09:38:37-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsThe committee consisted of three aldermen — Chairman Scott Maynard of Ward 5, Vice Mayor Roy A. Perkins of Ward 6 and Lisa Wynn of Ward 2.Starkville, MSAlex HollowayKemp reviews electric dept. budget, goals Starkville Daily‘Mrs. Lamar’ charged with grand larceny2014-04-18T09:34:47-04:002014-04-18T09:34:47-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsMarks operated in Ethelsville, Ala. under the name Mrs. Lamar. SPD Detective Bill Lott said Marks’ charges stem from an incident on Dec. 23, 2013 connected to her business. He said a third party, who SPD is keeping anonymous, reported the incident on behalf of a vulnerable adult victim.Starkville, MSSDN staff‘Mrs. Lamar’ charged with grand larcenyStarkville Daily State Day proves successful2014-04-18T09:33:38-04:002014-04-18T09:33:38-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsBut the MSU Foundation had a different kind of goal for Hail State Day, a fundraising event within Infinite Impact held on Monday. Cathy Lammons, MSU Foundation director for communication and donor relations, said instead of aiming to collect a certain amount of money, Hail State Day’s goal was to have 1,001 donors.Starkville, MSSteven NalleyHail State Day proves successfulStarkville Daily faces vie for city post2014-04-17T09:20:44-04:002014-04-17T09:20:44-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsCity Planner Buddy Sanders is the only internal candidate to apply for the community development director position, and the Board of Aldermen on Tuesday named him one of five finalists aldermen will interview during a public meeting at 5:30 p.m. April 22 in the City Hall courtroom. Finalists will also interview with the Planning and Zoning Commission, Board of Adjustments and Appeals, and the Greater Starkville Development Partnership prior to meeting with aldermen.Starkville, MSZack PlairFamiliar faces vie for city postStarkville Daily of Cross set for Good Friday2014-04-17T09:19:58-04:002014-04-17T09:19:58-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsSeveral Starkville churches are teaming up for the Community Stations of the Cross program, beginning at 9 a.m. Friday at First United Methodist Church and ending at St. Joseph Catholic Church.Starkville, MSSteven NalleyStations of Cross set for Good FridayStarkville Daily student admitted to U.S. Naval Academy2014-04-17T09:16:44-04:002014-04-17T09:16:44-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsWoomer, a Starkville High School senior, successfully applied an earned admission to the Naval Academy. He will leave for the Academy on July 1. Starkville, MSAlex HollowayLocal student admitted to U.S. Naval AcademyStarkville Daily seeks sanitation proposals - Board chooses development director finalists2014-04-16T09:11:02-04:002014-04-16T09:11:02-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsOne item, which the board approved on its consent agenda, ordered Sanitation and Environmental Services Director Emma Gandy and Chief Administrative Officer Taylor Adams to prepare a request for proposals to explore the cost of outsourcing the entire department’s operations.Starkville, MSZack PlairBOA seeks sanitation proposals - Board chooses development director finalistsStarkville Daily battery suspect arrested2014-04-16T09:10:16-04:002014-04-16T09:10:16-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsDeputies arrested 19-year-old Nathaniel Hatter for an alleged case of sexual battery against a female victim.Starkville, MSSDN staffSexual battery suspect arrestedStarkville Daily arrests man in domestic violence2014-04-16T09:09:19-04:002014-04-16T09:09:19-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsStarkville Police Department arrested 23-year-old Carlos Ware at 10:49 p.m. Monday at his home in the Brooksville Gardens apartment complex at 305 Everglade Avenue 1D.Starkville, MSSDN staffSPD arrests man in domestic violenceStarkville Daily vet makes footprint in computing at MSU2014-04-16T09:08:15-04:002014-04-16T09:08:15-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsBut at 97 years old, Charles Moore can remember a time when computers had no internal memory at all. Before World War II, he said, all that companies like IBM had were punch cards used to give instructions to computers.Starkville, MSSteven NalleyWWII vet makes footprint in computing at MSUStarkville Daily