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Millard Armstrong Long Sr.

April 3, 2013

Millard Long Sr., age 81, passed away Tuesday April 2, 2013.
He was born September 29, 1931, in Starkville, to the late Kathlyn Caston and Lewis Edward Long. Mr. Long was a member of Siloam United Methodist Church. He retired from B&W with 30 years of service and was shop superintendent. He was a member of the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors, The Mississippi Forestry Association and was West Point Citizen of the Year for his assistance in helping bring Navistar Industries to West Point.

Are we really having this discussion?

April 3, 2013

Conversations abound recently all across our states, the halls of Congress, and our highest Court involving one unbelievable topic – same-sex marriage.

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Emily Jones: Mind your “malapropisms”

April 3, 2013

You can file this one under educational trivia, but it may come in handy when you need some small talk for a cocktail party.

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Winston’s 10-run rally sinks Oak Hill

April 3, 2013

Baseball can be a strange sport, especially when the momentum turns quickly on a single pitch.

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Rally fails, Lady Wave falls to Oxford

April 3, 2013

The West Point Lady Wave softball team took on Oxford for the second time in district 2-5A play. After a 5-1 loss to the Lady Chargers in Oxford, the Lady Wave were hoping to return the favor this time in West Point Tuesday night.

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West Point blanked by Oxford

April 3, 2013

The West Point Green Wave played game one of the three-game district 2-5A series against the Oxford Chargers in Oxford Tuesday evening.

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“Duress” suspenseful, entirely West Point

April 3, 2013

It seems strange to think about what would happen if a deranged sociopath was on the loose in Clay County.

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A public apology is in order

April 3, 2013

There comes a point in every journalist’s career when he or she does something so hurtful that it warrants a public apology.
I think that it is safe to say that after Wednesday’s edition of the Daily Times Leader, I have reached that point.
In my nine months as Managing Editor of the DTL, I have had some major lapses in judgement, and I have made some mistakes.
Wednesday’s story, “Dead body found along highway” was the worst mistake of my career, by far.
The choice we made on the picture that we used was without taste.

Documents suggest city’s attorney believed Collins was not cooperating in recent lawsuit

April 3, 2013

West Point Mayor Scott Ross and Ward 3 Selectman Charles Collins are both standing by statements that they made last week after it was reported the city had settled a discrimination lawsuit involving three current and one former West Point police officers.

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Yeager to speak on Autism tonight

April 3, 2013

Dr. Mark Yeager, arguably the state’s leading expert on Autism will be speaking on the subject of Autism and more tonight at First Baptist Church.
Things will get underway at 5:30 p.m., and the program is scheduled to last two hours. This seminar is free and open to the public.

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