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January 28th

Food for local families

January 28, 2013

Elliot Hutchins holds up the first cans from the first load delivered to the Daily Times Leader on Saturday. The canned goods will go to the Project Homestead Food Pantry which feeds over 800 people in Clay County each month. Elliot asked that canned goods be donated this year instead of presents for his seventh birthday. Cans can be dropped off at a number of locations, including the Daily Times Leader. Photo by Bryan Davis

Lady Raiders win two over weekend

January 28, 2013

Stan Hughey’s squad continued their winning ways this past weekend with two convincing wins over Canton Academy and North Delta. The Lady Raiders beat the Lady Panthers 58-22 and the Lady Green Wave 46-34.

Hebron’s Nichols playing hard at Southern Arkansas

January 28, 2013

Tori Nichols towered over many of her opponents at a dominant 6’3” during her time at Hebron Christian, not only height-wise, but talent-wise. Last year, Nichols and her fellow Lady Eagles made a deep run into the MAIS postseason and made it to the State All-Around in Clinton before being eliminated.

Raiders fall twice over weekend

January 28, 2013

Sometimes it takes a little luck when it comes to winning basketball games. After winning three of their previous four games, the Raiders dropped two contests over the weekend in a 48-53 home loss to Canton and 47-56 on the road to North Delta, continuing Oak Hill’s streak of very close losses. The second loss to the Panthers will place the Raiders in the third seed of the district tournament to face Winston in a go-home game.

Gov. sets special election date for District 36 seat

January 28, 2013

Gov. Phil Bryant on Monday issued a Writ of Election for Mississippi House District 36, setting March 12, 2013, as the election date to fill the seat left vacant by the death of Rep. David Gibbs.
The qualifying deadline for candidates is Feb. 11, 2013.
If no candidate receives a majority of votes cast in the special election, a runoff election will be held April 2, 2013.
The election will fill the House seat left vacant after the death of Clay County native David Gibbs earlier this month.

Aberdeen native aims for District 36 seat

January 28, 2013

When Aberdeen native Roderick Van Daniel was a 17-year-old senior in high school he wondered curiously of what it would be like to one day serve the people of his hometown as a leader for the state of Mississippi. And fortunately for him he got a rare, up close and personal experience of the role of a state leader while gleefully serving as a page for former District 36 Representative David Gibbs.

Addressing needs: Unity in the Community looks to change one neighborhood at a time

January 28, 2013

The Growth Alliance conference room was packed on Thursday night with a diverse group of West Point/Clay County citizens, bouncing ideas off of one another’s heads in an attempt to bring the community together.
This is not the first time Unity in the Community has met. The group has been meeting for almost a year, but Thursday night’s crowd was the largest in the organization’s short history.
The goal is simple. Unify the community.

January 26th

West Point coach’s daughter Emma inspires MSU to raise awareness for children’s hospital

January 26, 2013

Mississippi State University and Blair E. Batson Children Hospital have partnered together to raise money and awareness for the only children’s hospital in the state of Mississippi.
Spearheaded by the Mississippi State Student Association and Co-Director of Late Night Events Brett Harris, the “On Your Mark, Get Set, GLOW 5k Run” is set for February 7 and will start at 7 o’clock at night on Mississippi State’s Starkville campus. The run will feature local Golden Triangle Area disc jockeys positioned along the three-mile route and has already created an enormous buzz around campus.

Hebron girls finish strong, take down two in final days

January 26, 2013

Thursday and Friday night were the final regular season games for head coach William Cotton and his Hebron Christian Lady Eagles in Pheba as they closed out MAIS district 3-A play before the district tournament.
Thursday was a must win game for the Lady Eagles hosting Calhoun Academy as Hebron sat with a 2-4 district record after a narrow 42-41 victory over Kemper Academy Tuesday. In another tightly contested match-up, the Lady Eagles used a gutsy third quarter to pull away from the Lady Cougars picking up the needed win 48-41.

West Point uses first-quarter run to defeat Oxford at home

January 26, 2013

The West Point Green Wave returned to district 2 5-A action Friday night playing host to the Oxford Chargers. Both teams entered the night with 1-1 records and hoped to pick up their second win in district play.
The night started out well for Oxford as the Chargers took an early 12-2 lead over the Wave after three minutes of play in the first quarter. West Point though cranked up and tore through Oxford with a 19-6 run closing out the quarter ahead 21-19. After taking the lead late in the first, the Wave never relinquished their hold on the game going on to win 81-67.

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