The Daily Press http://starkvilledailynews.com http://starkvilledailynews.com/apfeed.xml--1 Starkville Daily News | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2014-11-26T11:40:08-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:19197VIDEO: What to watch for - Keys to the 2014 Egg Bowl2014-11-26T11:40:08-05:002014-11-26T11:40:08-05:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily News<script type="text/javascript"async src="http://launch.newsinc.com/js/embed.js" id="_nw2e-js"></script>Starkville, MSNo author availableVIDEO: What to watch for - Keys to the 2014 Egg BowlStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:19197Change0Usable2014-11-26T11:40:08-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:19195City will pay part of Precision bill2014-11-26T09:30:06-05:002014-11-26T09:30:06-05:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsThe Starkville Board of Aldermen voted 5-0 in a called meeting Wednesday afternoon to pay $81,474.51 to Precision Construction for the contractor’s work on the Carver Drive ditch project. Ward 1 Alderman Ben Carver and Ward 7 Alderman Henry Vaughn were not at Wednesday’s meeting.<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSALEX HOLLOWAYCity will pay part of Precision billStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:19195Change0Usable2014-11-26T09:30:06-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:19194New South Weekends flourish this season2014-11-26T09:29:02-05:002014-11-26T09:29:02-05:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsIn an annual program called New South Weekends, the Starkville Convention and Visitors Bureau, a division of the Greater Starkville Development Partnership (GSDP), paired special events with each of its home football games. Some were GSDP-initiated events like the Downtown Block Party Aug. 29, unWINE Downtown Sept. 5, Pumpkinpalooza Oct. 10 and Cookies with Santa and Christmas Open House on Sunday. Other events came from outside GSDP, such as MSU’s own Bulldog Bash Oct. 3 and the United Way of North Central Mississippi’s Citywide Tailgate Nov. 7. But GSDP Special Events and Projects Coordinator Jennifer Prather said they all owed some of their success to MSU’s 10-1 football record.<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSSTEVEN NALLEYNew South Weekends flourish this seasonStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:19194Change0Usable2014-11-26T09:29:02-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:19193Police: Keep belongings out of reach of holiday thieves2014-11-26T09:26:35-05:002014-11-26T09:26:35-05:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsThe holidays are a heavy shopping period, and Starkville Police Department Capt. Troy Outlaw said potential criminals use the season to look for easy pickings.<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSALEX HOLLOWAYPolice: Keep belongings out of reach of holiday thievesStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:19193Change0Usable2014-11-26T09:26:35-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:19182Third arrest made in Huddle House assault2014-11-25T09:29:31-05:002014-11-25T09:29:31-05:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsPolice arrested Constance Levail McFarland, 21, of Aberdeen, Wednesday on suspicion of aggravated assault after a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was taken to Clay County Detention Center without incident, where he was still housed as of Monday on a $250,000 bond. <strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSMARY GARRISONThird arrest made in Huddle House assaultStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:19182Change0Usable2014-11-25T09:29:31-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:19181Authorities: Time biggest factor in missing child cases2014-11-25T09:24:01-05:002014-11-25T09:24:01-05:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsOktibbeha County Sheriff Steve Gladney said, after responders returned 8-year-old Martavius Bankhead safely to his family, that searches for missing children don’t happen often in the county. However, when a child does go missing, it’s important to let authorities know as quickly as possible. Time, he said, can be the biggest enemy in a search.<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSALEX HOLLOWAYAuthorities: Time biggest factor in missing child casesStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:19181Change0Usable2014-11-25T09:24:01-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:19180Moore’s life prioritized leadership, helping others2014-11-25T09:21:34-05:002014-11-25T09:21:34-05:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsIn February, Buffington launched a volunteer organization called UNITY designed to bring together students from city, county and private schools. But Buffington and past Starkville Area Arts Council President Ellen Boles said Moore did much to help UNITY launch, pursuing a $3,000 Appalachian Community Learning Project grant that helped fund UNITY and its first service project — an eight-by-eight-foot painted wooden square symbol of unity as part of SAAC’s Oktibbeha County Barn Quilt Trail. Buffington said it should be complete soon after the Thanksgiving holidays.<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSSTEVEN NALLEYMoore’s life prioritized leadership, helping othersStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:19180Change0Usable2014-11-25T09:21:34-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:19179Moore’s life prioritized leadership, helping others2014-11-25T09:21:24-05:002014-11-25T09:21:24-05:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsIn February, Buffington launched a volunteer organization called UNITY designed to bring together students from city, county and private schools. But Buffington and past Starkville Area Arts Council President Ellen Boles said Moore did much to help UNITY launch, pursuing a $3,000 Appalachian Community Learning Project grant that helped fund UNITY and its first service project — an eight-by-eight-foot painted wooden square symbol of unity as part of SAAC’s Oktibbeha County Barn Quilt Trail. Buffington said it should be complete soon after the Thanksgiving holidays.<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSSTEVEN NALLEYMoore’s life prioritized leadership, helping othersStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:19179Change0Usable2014-11-25T09:21:24-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:19169Residents enjoy Christmas open house2014-11-24T09:21:39-05:002014-11-24T09:21:39-05:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsSanta made his first appearance of the year, stopping by the Greater Starkville Development Partnership Welcome Center to take pictures with local children and hear their Christmas wishes.<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSCONNOR GUYTONResidents enjoy Christmas open houseStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:19169Change0Usable2014-11-24T09:21:39-05:00 urn:publicid:dailypress.com:19168Residents enjoy Christmas open house2014-11-24T09:21:09-05:002014-11-24T09:21:09-05:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsSanta made his first appearance of the year, stopping by the Greater Starkville Development Partnership Welcome Center to take pictures with local children and hear their Christmas wishes.<strong>To subscribe to the E-edition, please <a href="/eedition">click here</a>.</strong>Starkville, MSCONNOR GUYTONResidents enjoy Christmas open houseStarkville Daily Newsurn:publicid:dailypress.com:19168Change0Usable2014-11-24T09:21:09-05:00