The Daily Press Starkville Daily News | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2014-04-16T09:11:02-04:00 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 Public Works Department achieves rare safety record2014-04-16T09:06:28-04:002014-04-16T09:06:28-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsIn March, Public Works reached the milestone of five consecutive years without a lost time work accident, and the city plans to celebrate the milestone with a luncheon on Thursday for the department’s employees.Starkville, MSZack PlairCity Public Works Department achieves rare safety recordStarkville Daily names victim from hit-and-run2014-04-15T09:39:45-04:002014-04-15T09:39:45-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsThe incident happened near Center Grove.Park, who had been walking along the highway’s westbound lane, was struck and killed by an unidentified vehicle Sunday morning. A motorist passing by discovered Park’s body and notified MHP at about 4 a.m.Starkville, MSSDN staffMHP names victim from hit-and-runStarkville Daily of state pushes for voter ID law awareness2014-04-15T09:39:06-04:002014-04-15T09:39:06-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsIn 2011, 62 percent of Mississippi voters approved a constitutional amendment to require registered voters to show photo ID before casting their ballots. Though the amendment endured a long road to fruition even after the public vote, the “will of the people” will see its debut in the June 3 Congressional primary elections. And so far, Hosemann said, so good.Starkville, MSZack PlairSecretary of state pushes for voter ID law awarenessStarkville Daily Cochran speaks to Boy Scouts Monday2014-04-15T09:38:32-04:002014-04-15T09:38:32-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsThe Pushmataha Area Council is a regional branch of Boy Scouts of America that serves Oktibbeha, Clay, Lowndes, Noxubee, Winston, Choctaw, Webster, Calhoun, Chickasaw and Monroe counties. Council President Bill Kibler said the council served more than 1,300 youth through 42 units throughout its footprint.Starkville, MSAlex HollowaySen. Cochran speaks to Boy Scouts MondayStarkville Daily Stennis Institute director updates Rotarians2014-04-15T09:37:39-04:002014-04-15T09:37:39-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsFrench is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at Mississippi State University. He is also the interim director of The John C. Stennis Institute of Government. Starkville, MSAriel KingInterim Stennis Institute director updates RotariansStarkville Daily No sanitation rate hike - Aldermen discuss idea of outsourcing Sanitation Department’s operations2014-04-11T09:26:36-04:002014-04-11T09:26:36-04:00Copyright 2010 Starkville Daily NewsGandy entered the first of several planned committee meetings meant to structure the city’s 2014-15 budget to plead for more revenue for her department. Not only did the committee of three aldermen — Chairman Scott Maynard of Ward 5, Vice Mayor Roy A. Perkins of Ward 6 and Lisa Wynn of Ward 2 — outright deny her their support for more revenue, they even floated the idea of farming out the department’s services either in part or in whole.Starkville, MSZack PlairCommittee: No sanitation rate hike - Aldermen discuss idea of outsourcing Sanitation Department’s operationsStarkville Daily