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Archive - Jul 2, 2013

All-Stars continue preparations for Winona

July 2, 2013

Noah Brand, U-8 All-Star, makes a throw over to first base during Monday evening’s practice.

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Pet of the week

July 2, 2013

Jim Beam is an approximately one year old, red doberman mix. He has been neutered and is current on all his shots. Jim gets along well with people and other dogs. The West Point/Clay County Animal Shelter has ten new puppies of all varieties and nine cute kittens. If you would like to adopt Jim Beam or any of the dogs, puppies or kittens at the animal shelter, their hours are Tuesday-Friday 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - noon, or call 524-4430. The animal shelter will be closed Thursday in observance of Independence Day. Photo by Donna Summeralll

Joe Caldiero

July 2, 2013

Joe Caldiero, age 65, passed away, Monday, July 1, 2013, at at his home.
He was born October 29, 1947, in Jefersonville, New York to and Vita Millici and Fortunato Caliero. Joe was a retired Senior Master Sgt. U. S. Air Force after 25 years. He loved traveling and playing golf. Mr. Caldiero was a member of the Catholic Faith.

Animal hoarding case concludes

July 2, 2013

Correction: In Friday’s edition of the Daily Times Leader, we failed to mention that all legal channels and protocols had been observed in the rescue of the 32 animals. As an officer of the court, Linda Koch had been asked to investigate the situation by the Clay County Sheriff’s Dept. Court orders and documents were in place before the seizure of the animals. The Golden Triangle Horse Rescue was called Clay County Horse Rescue as an error. We at the Daily Times Leader apologize for any confusion.

Businessman Griggs remembered by community

July 2, 2013

Had it not been for their wives, West Point businessman Bobby Jenkins may have never met Douglas “Buddy” Griggs, the man who helped Jenkins find the perfect spot for his auto repair business, a man Jenkins calls his reliable, trustworthy friend of 21 years.

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West Point Farmers Market receives certification

July 2, 2013

The West Point Farmers Market was recently certified by the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce as part of the Mississippi Certified Farmers Market Program. The Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce launched the certification program as a way to recognize the growing number of farmers markets across the state. This program is a marketing initiative designed to identify and promote markets where producers of Mississippi grown fruits, vegetables, and plant materials gather to sell their goods direct to consumers.

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