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August 7th

Lady Raiders leave their game face in West Point

August 7, 2010

It looked like it was going to be a long night. First there were weather delays; then the junior varsity game was scrapped. When Carroll Academy’s Lady Rebels and Oak Hill’s Lady Raiders finally took the field Thursday night in Oak Hill’s first district game, the two teams fought tit for tat for the first two innings.

Lady Eagles fly past Marshall 6-1

August 7, 2010

Rain came as a sweet relief to most in the Clay County area on Thursday evening. While it poured in West Point, the Hebron Christian Lady Eagles were still able to get their home game in against Marshall in Pheba.
It was a tough night for the Lady Patriots, who came all the way from Holly Springs just to fall to the Lady Eagles 6-1.
Every person in the Hebron starting lineup got a hit on the night, amounting to 13 total the Lady Eagles. Marshall was held to just three on the evening.

Offense clicks on all cylinders for Raiders

August 7, 2010

It was 11 on 11 Friday night. Oak Hill wore the solid dark red jerseys, and Immanuel sported the white and red.
It was the first time since last November that Oak Hill has had the opportunity to stack up against another school’s offense and defense.
Sure there was no kicking or punting, and the coaches were right there on the field with the team, but nobody was holding back in the year’s first scrimmage.

Obituaries

August 7, 2010

Minnie McCool Duke
Minnie McCool Duke, age 91, passed away, Thursday, Aug. 5, 2010, at North Mississippi Medical Center, West Point. Minnie Lou Duke was born May 12, 1919, in Gordo, Ala., to the late Lottie Jones McCool and William McCool. Mrs. Duke was a Seamstress for Knickerbocker Manufacturing Company for 12 years. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Mrs. Duke came to West Point, in 1925 from Lowndes County. She was married to Herman Perry Duke, Sr. on Dec. 9, 1939, in Columbus. He preceded her in death Feb. 11, 1981.

Alliance welcomed at CAFB meeting

August 7, 2010

The Columbus Air Force Base may do its day-to-day operations in Lowndes County, but Clay and Oktibbeha counties both play large factor in the base’s operations, and they receive a large portion of the economic output from the outpost. On Friday, the West Point/Clay County Growth Alliance members were special guests at the Base Community Council’s quarterly meeting at the base.
BCC President Kevin Stafford introduced the Growth Alliance, applauding them on their efforts to support the men and women at Columbus Air Force Base.

Lineup announced for blues festival

August 7, 2010

When he set out to create the lineup for the 15th annual Howlin’ Wolf Blues Festival, director Richard Ramsey knew he had to go big.
“This is the Year of the Wolf,” said Ramsey, “so we have to have a festival worthy of that name. This year would have been Howlin’ Wolf’s 100th birthday, and I think we have an event this year worthy of the man himself.”

Central Air: School cool again

August 7, 2010

It came down to the wire, but everything is good to go at Central School.
On Friday, work was completed at the school on Westbrook Street to install temporary air conditioning unit, fixing a problem that started early in the Summer when the school’s existing units stopped working.
“They finished the work on Friday,” said West Point Superintendent Steve Montgomery. “It was close, we made it.”

August 6th

Carrie Mae Davidson

August 6, 2010

Carrie Mae Davidson

Carrie Mae Davidson, age 79, passed away Saturday, July 30, 2010, at her home.
Funeral services are Saturday, Aug. 7, 2010, at 11 a.m. from Union Baptist Missionary Baptist Church, with the Rev. Mike C. Wilson officiating. Burial will follow at Union Baptist Missionary Baptist Cemetery.
Visitation is today, from from 3 – 6 p.m. at Carter's Mortuary Services Chapel.
Carter's Mortuary Services is in charge of the arrangements.

August 5th

Charles Virgil Johnson

August 5, 2010

Charles Virgil Johnson

Charles Virgil Johnson, age 88, of West Point passed away Wednesday Aug. 4, 2010, at his residence.

Lady Raiders take down Heritage 25-2

August 5, 2010

Oak Hill’s Lady Raiders took advantage Tuesday of Heritage’s young team and lack of experience in the pitching circle, redeeming the team’s Monday afternoon loss to rival Starkvile Academy (3-2).
Oak Hill scored four runs in the first inning with left hander second baseman Anna Lummus starting off the hitting streak with a double hit into center field then scored on an RBI by Mary Helon Hays. Abby Falkner followed with a single hit to second base. Tori Ellis smacked a ball deep into left field garnering a double, sending both Hays and Falkner home.

DTL staff STARKVILLE — The West Point varsity baseball team traveled to Starkville High Saturday...
DTL staff PHEBA — The Hebron Christian Academy Eagles won their final game of the regular season...
DTL staff The Oak Hill tennis team dropped its first district match Monday afternoon 5-4 in West...

 

 

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