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Green Wave to keep busy over Spring Break

March 10, 2011

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
For many people, Spring Break means a much-needed rest from work or even athletics. For the West Point Diamond Wave team, the week-long holiday will include some much-needed games.
Thanks to a series of rain storms, West Point’s baseball games have been rained out over the last week. The team is hoping to make up ground over Spring Break in order to be prepared for their first district game on March 22 against Saltillo.
“We need to play in a bad way,” said head coach Buddy Wyers on Wednesday.

2011 Clay County Races

March 10, 2011

Sheriff
Eddie Scott
Edward N. Houston, Jr.

Tax Assessor
Becky Coe
Linda F. Hannah
Paige Dendy Lamkin
Deborah Myers

Chancery Clerk
Amy Berry
Suzette White
Melissa Bobo Calvert

Circuit Clerk
Robert D. "Bob" Harrell, Jr.

Coroner
Alvin Carter, Jr.

County Attorney
Angela Turner Lairy

Supervisor, District 1
Lynn Horton

Supervisor, District 2
Phillip Collins
Luke Lummus (i)

Supervisor, District 3
R.B. Davis (i)
William Lee Pollard
Larry Smith
Paxton Austin
Richard Deanes, Jr.

Supervisor, District 4
Shelton Deanes (i)
Willie E. Pierce

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