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Clay County considers RV park

August 28, 2013

The Clay County Board of Supervisors are reviewing options to decide if an RV and manufactured home park should be built within the county to accommodate the influx of construction workers building the Yokohama Tires plant.

On Tuesday, the board met to discuss the ordinance that was drafted and hear any concerns from those community members present.

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Howlin’ Wolf Blues Festival set to begin Friday

August 28, 2013

Blues aficionados are solidifying plans to make the journey to the Howlin’ Wolf Memorial Blues Festival Friday night at the Community Counseling Services Auditorium. Doors open at 6 p.m.

“We are counting the days to one of the biggest weekends in West Point,” said Richard Ramsey program director of the Howlin’ Wolf Memorial Blues Festival. “Howlin’ Wolf Festival Friday night at the old Mary Holmes Gymnasium and the Prairie Arts Festival downtown all day Saturday.”

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West Point backfield 3 pack punch

August 28, 2013

In the recent seasons, West Point has had what many would say were some of the most dangerously potent backfield combinations that have worn the green-and-white and terrorized defenses.

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