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February 9th, 2011

Veteran political observer, commentator, journalist to join MSU

February 9, 2011

Sidney L. "Sid" Salter, a Mississippi State graduate and longtime syndicated columnist, returns to his alma mater March 1 as journalist-in-residence.

February 8th

Police: 3 die in truck collision with Ackerman High School buses

February 9, 2011

For the Daily News

At about 2 p.m. Tuesday, the Mississippi Highway Patrol was dispatched to a three-vehicle crash involving two Choctaw County School Buses and a Semi-Tractor/Trailer.

Reception held for Bill Weeks

February 9, 2011

Dr. Larry Box (center) congratulates Bill Weeks (right) for his years of service to the Starkville School District while Diane Weeks watches on.

Board approves one-third funding for SHS thespians

February 9, 2011

After a detailed presentation from two Starkville High School thespians, the school board approved to pay one-third of the funding Tuesday night for them to attend the theatre competition.

36 candidates qualify for statewide and county elections to date

February 9, 2011

With the deadline to qualify for the statewide and countywide elections fast approaching, 36 candidates have been added to the ballot.

Employer roundtable discussion held Tuesday

February 9, 2011

From left: Atiba Prater with Severstal Columbus, Bernadette Mestas with Weyerhaeuser in Columbus and Cynthia Travis with OCH Regional Medical Center speak to the women of Christian Women’s Job Corps.

UPDATE: Ackerman High School accident

February 8, 2011

For the Daily News

At about 2 p.m. Tuesday, the Mississippi Highway Patrol was dispatched to a three-vehicle crash involving two Choctaw County School Buses and a Semi-Tractor/Trailer.

Police: Ackerman High School students hurt, 3 adults die in bus crash

February 8, 2011

JACKSON, Miss.

February 7th

Global Industrial Aeropark —The Goose that laid the Golden Egg

February 7, 2011

Joe Max Higgins, CEO of the Lowndes County Development LINK said The Global Industrial Aeropark can “literally be the goose that laid the golden egg,” for the Golden Triangle.

Supervisors make plans new move forward

February 7, 2011

President of the Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors, Marvell Howard, said he was excited about the possibilities of creating “road map” for growth.

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