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Boy Scouts of America National Council Contradicting Oath in Recent Change

June 7, 2013

“On my honor, I will do my best, To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; To help other people at all times; To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight.”

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Red Sox go undefeated in 7 and 8 year-old division

June 7, 2013

The Red Sox recently finished the Dizzy Dean regular season undefeated. Pictured above are the coaches from left, Jeremy Duke, Alvin Bowen, Terrance Gibson, Ches Harrington and Junior Ray. Not pictured is Brock Turnipseed. On the middle row from left are Greyson Klutts, John Ross Craven, Chris White and Jaylon Davis. On the bottom row from left are Brandon Naramore, Alvin Bowen, Nathan Harrington and Demarrious Parker.  Not pictured are Dalton Turnipseed, Cole Lloyd, Bo Harris and Jaquay Cooperwood Submitted Photo

Mary E. Smith

June 7, 2013

Mary E. Smith, 89, passed away, on Friday, June 7, 2013. at her home in the Una Community at Prairie.
Mary was born April 22, 1924, in Monroe County, to the late Bertie Barnes and Grady Smitherman. She had worked at TIL Garment Factory in Aberdeen retiring in 1981. During WWII she worked at the Prairie Munitions Plant. and was a member of Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church. Mary E. Smitherman Smith married Neal Hunter Smith, September 28, 1940, in Clay County, he preceded her in death May 14, 2009.

Reed takes over as head of Arts Council

June 7, 2013

Scott Reed has been involved with the West Point/Clay County Arts Council since he was in the second grade.

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Longtime educator Smith leaving for position in Meridian

June 7, 2013

Robert Smith has put a lot of students on the right career path during his 17 years with the West Point School District.

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Citizens warned to lock their doors, catalogue belongings

June 7, 2013

Not much is safe anymore from the hands of thieves.
While police are use to responding to burglaries involving guns, money and other valuables, it appears that a detachable car part was the target of at least one thief.
West Point Police Department Chief Investigator Albert Lee told the Daily Times Leader on Friday that on May 29, police were dispatched an East Street residence where a brake light had been stolen during the night from a 2003 Trailblazer.

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