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Archive - Jan 16, 2013

Music lovers weather cold to hear warm melodies

January 16, 2013

“Noontime Music at the Library” comes just as advertised on Wednesday at the Bryan Public Library. Above, Justin Estes plays Chopin’s “Nocturne One” on the Grand Piano donated to the library by Music Coterie. The West Point/Clay County Arts Council event drew a full room to hear the hour of relaxing classical numbers. Photo by Bryan Davis

Ryland brightens room at Civitan

January 16, 2013

The West Point Civitan Luncheon Club was pleased to welcome Brandi Randle-Ryland, a native of West Point, to speak at Wednesday’s meeting. She graduated from West Point High School and received her Bachelor’s degree from Mississippi State University in Interior Design. She has her own home based business to help with color and fabric inovations.

Donald Avery Weed

January 16, 2013

Donny Weed age 75, passed away Tuesday, January 15, 2013, at Pioneer Hospital in Aberdeen.
Donald Avery Weed was born December 22, 1937. in Chickasaw County, to the late Lucy Jeanette Boyce and Andrew Melvin Weed. He was of the Baptist faith.
Funeral services are Friday, January 18, 2013, at 1 p.m. at Calvert Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Bobby Brock officiating.   Burial will follow in Macedonia Cemetery in Houston. 
Calvert Funeral Home of West Point is in charge of arrangements.

Hebron, West Point games postponed

January 16, 2013

Hebron Christian’s Taylor Coggins (#15)takes the ball in the corner against Winona Christian in last Friday’s game in Winona. The Lady Eagles and Eagles’ games against Calhoun Academy were postponed Tuesday and have been rescheduled for tonight with junior high action starting at four o’clock in Pheba.
West Point’s district 2 5-A away game against the Oxford Lady Chargers and Chargers has been rescheduled for Monday February 4. Will Nations

NCAA football a laboratory for the NFL

January 16, 2013

Wednesday morning the University of Oregon had to bid farewell to possibly one of the most important head coaches the Duck football program has ever seen. Chip Kelly put Oregon onto the map as a football powerhouse and a team that could vie BCS National title on any given season. Though stating, in the past couple of weeks, he was going to stay at Oregon, Kelly decided to take up the NFL Philadelphia Eagles on their offer and make his debut in the National Football League.

Family of late Representative David Gibbs reflects

January 16, 2013

You know what Carl Gibbs, Jr. really liked about his granddad David Gibbs? Getting to do all those great adventurous outdoor things together that guys, especially guys in the South, love to do. Things like riding out to the cattle farm on 4-wheelers, shooting at squirrels scampering about in the forest and just hanging out, spending quality time together – just as family should.

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