The Daily Press http://starkvilledailynews.com http://starkvilledailynews.com/apfeed.xml--1 Starkville Daily News | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2015-05-04T15:52:17-04:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:20620Brown leads organization to help raise funds for Alzheimer’s research2015-05-04T15:52:17-04:002015-05-04T15:52:17-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsThese statistics from the Alzheimer’s Association are just a small part of why Cindy Brown is passionate about helping fund research that will find a cure for Alzheimer’s. <strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSCONNOR GUYTONBrown leads organization to help raise funds for Alzheimer’s researchStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:20620Change0Usable2015-05-04T15:52:17-04:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:20603FUEL TO THE FIRE: Volunteer firefighters train by burning propane tanks2015-05-01T09:24:00-04:002015-05-01T09:24:00-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsThe Mississippi Fire Academy course, called the liquefied petroleum gas live fire tactical operations class, saw the firefighters tackle two burning propane tanks scenarios. One simulated a leak and ignition on a residential propane tank, while a second exercise simulated a leak and fire on a propane tank truck.<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSALEX HOLLOWAYFUEL TO THE FIRE: Volunteer firefighters train by burning propane tanksStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:20603Change0Usable2015-05-01T09:24:00-04:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:20602FUNdamentals of Fitness to build athletic foundations2015-05-01T09:20:27-04:002015-05-01T09:20:27-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsThe classes will meet twice a week from 3:30 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. for ages 8 to 10-year-olds and 4:15 p.m. to 5 p.m. for ages 11 to 13-year-olds. The fee per child is $100. <strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSALEX ONKENFUNdamentals of Fitness to build athletic foundationsStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:20602Change0Usable2015-05-01T09:20:27-04:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:20601Arts council hosts city’s first art walk2015-05-01T09:18:31-04:002015-05-01T09:18:31-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsTwenty local artists will display, demonstrate and sell their artwork inside Main Street businesses as well as along the sidewalks during the day.<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSCONNOR GUYTONArts council hosts city’s first art walkStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:20601Change0Usable2015-05-01T09:18:31-04:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:20593Missing woman found alive and well: 83-year-old found by off-duty deputy2015-04-30T09:32:25-04:002015-04-30T09:32:25-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsAn off-duty deputy with the Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Department found Lena Mae Harrell, 83, near a creek in Northeast Oktibbeha County at approximately 2:15 p.m. Wednesday. <strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSJAMES CARSKADONMissing woman found alive and well: 83-year-old found by off-duty deputyStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:20593Change0Usable2015-04-30T09:32:25-04:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:20592Davis remembered at local hat show2015-04-30T09:30:23-04:002015-04-30T09:30:23-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily News“At first, Carole didn’t wear hats that much except to go out and paint,” he said. “She was allergic to sun tans, so when she went out to paint under her umbrella, she would wear a nice big hat to keep the sun off of her. As time went by, she just fell in love with hats.”<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSCONNOR GUYTONDavis remembered at local hat showStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:20592Change0Usable2015-04-30T09:30:23-04:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:20591Starkville low on Spice arrests2015-04-30T09:28:57-04:002015-04-30T09:28:57-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsThe drug, which is made synthetically, is supposed to have the same effect as marijuana, and is commonly thought of as synthetic marijuana, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse’s website. <strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSALEX ONKENStarkville low on Spice arrestsStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:20591Change0Usable2015-04-30T09:28:57-04:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:20584Louisville raises tornado memorial: Area, state leaders pledge to continue recovery efforts2015-04-29T09:57:47-04:002015-04-29T09:57:47-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsThe new memorial features 10 trees to represent each victim, a stone monument with the names of each victim, benches and a raised flowerbed. Because the memorial is in a cemetery with many deceased veterans, there is a flagpole for the American flag and each branch of the military. <strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSJAMES CARSKADONLouisville raises tornado memorial: Area, state leaders pledge to continue recovery effortsStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:20584Change0Usable2015-04-29T09:57:47-04:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:20583Community Market opens this weekend2015-04-29T09:56:24-04:002015-04-29T09:56:24-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsStarkville Fire Chief Charles Yarbrough will ring the opening bell on Saturday to signify the official start of the market season. Yarbrough was appointed to the position of fire chief by the Starkville Board of Aldermen on March 30.<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSCONNOR GUYTONCommunity Market opens this weekendStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:20583Change0Usable2015-04-29T09:56:24-04:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:20582Gregory talks development at Kiwanis 2015-04-29T09:55:08-04:002015-04-29T09:55:08-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsGregory spoke about the importance of industrial recruitment for Oktibbeha County. She said a search is ongoing to find a suitable location for an industrial park after the planned $10 million Innovation District fell through in the due diligence phase upon the discovery of potential Native American burial grounds that could cost more than $2 million and two years to properly excavate.<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSALEX HOLLOWAYGregory talks development at Kiwanis Starkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:20582Change0Usable2015-04-29T09:55:08-04:00