Archive - Sep 4, 2013
The Clay County Board of Supervisors are close to finalizing an ordinance for RV parks that will be built. While the ordinance is not officially set, the board will review any final changes made and meet with the intent to adopt the ordinance on Thursday.
At the end of August, the board met to originally discuss the ordinance and met with concerns and comments from the residents of West Point and Clay County. Those concerns were later addressed and if possible, worked into the ordinance amendments.
The Labor Day weekend is the last hooray of summer for most, which could potentially see an increase in accidents and disturbances.
However, the city of West Point and Clay County were rather safe over the holiday weekend.
Clay County Sheriff Eddie Scott said the county was â€śoverall pretty quiet,â€ť but there were a few reported incidents.
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Students pursuing a General Education Development certificate in Clay County will soon find testing an entirely different animal than in previous years.
Editorâ€™s note: An incomplete version of this story was inadvertantly printed in Tuesdayâ€™s edition of Daily Times Leader. It has been reprinted below, in its entirety.
After two months in limbo, Mississippi Supreme Court judges unanimously voted last week to uphold the stateâ€™s proposed open carry law, which enables any adult legally allowed to own a firearm or weapon to carry one openly without a permit.