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State of Oak Hill Athletics

July 19, 2013

The 2012-2013 athletic year saw an upswing for Oak Hill Academy’s Athletic program and Athletic Director and head girls’ basketball coach Stan Hughey hopes that the momentum continues to go in favor of the red-and-white.

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Summerall: You should get an owner’s manual

July 19, 2013

I’ve noticed that almost everything you buy comes with a manual. Even things that shouldn’t need one, like a hair dryer. You plug it in, set it on high and flip the button that turns it on. It still comes with instructions telling you that it isn’t a good idea to use this appliance in the shower. I don’t know whether the industry is laughing at us or they really believe that people are that stupid. (If you have had a friend or relative who have succumbed to an unfortunate hair dryer related fatality, you have my condolences.)

Oktibbeha murder case heard in Clay: Jackson’s new mayor allowed to withdraw as attorney

July 19, 2013

Chokwe Lumumba, newly-elected mayor of Jackson, was granted a motion Friday in Clay County Circuit Court to withdraw from his post as attorney for Archie Quinn, an Oktibbeha County man accused of capital murder.
For a little over four years Lumumba has represented Quinn, who was scheduled to stand trial Monday in Oktibbeha County for killing one person, shooting another, burglarizing the shooting victim’s home and shooting into a dwelling. Lumumba said because of his mayoral status he would not have been able to represent Quinn during the trial, which has been postponed.

Man tied up, robbed at gunpoint

July 19, 2013

West Point police are currently in search of two men accused of barging into a Calhoun Street residence, tying a man up and robbing his home at gunpoint.

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Everyday items are needed at SKWFS

July 19, 2013

Imagine being a young person away from home with only the clothes on your back.
This is often the case at the Sally Kate Winter Family Services facility. Many children and teens come to them with nothing. These kids are runaways, homeless or taken from unsafe situations in their homes.

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Oktibbeha murder case heard in Clay; New Jackson mayor allowed to withdraw as attorney

July 19, 2013

Chokwe Lumumba, newly-elected mayor of Jackson, was granted a motion Friday in Clay County Circuit Court to withdraw from his post as attorney for Archie Quinn, an Oktibbeha County man accused of capital murder.
For a little over four years Lumumba has represented Quinn, who was scheduled to stand trial Monday in Oktibbeha County for killing one person, shooting another, burglarizing the shooting victim's home and shooting into a dwelling. Lumumba said because of his mayoral status he would not have been able to represent Quinn during the trial, which has been postponed.

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