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July 30th

Three crimes mark eventful weekend for WPPD

July 30, 2013

It was an eventful Friday for the West Point Police Department as three crimes were committed in the span of twenty-four hours.

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July 26th

Tim Brinkley Appreciation Month

July 26, 2013

Mt. Hermon M.B. Church designated the month of July as Pastor Tim Brinkley Appreciation Month. The Wise Ones Senior Ministry recently hosted a luncheon in recognition of his six years of strong leadership. Area Pastors joined joined together for the luncheon and were unable to attend the Sunday service. Also in attendance were surprise guests Mayor Robbie Robinson, former Police Chief Bill Ladd, Assistant Chief Gary Turner, present and former police officers. A number of them shared fond remembrances of working with Brinkley and offered support for his ministry and community minded mission.

Hebron Christian football looks for fruitful off-season

July 26, 2013

The Eagles are hoping that 2013 summer workouts will pay dividends when the season kicks off.

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‘Contempt of Court’

July 26, 2013

The West Point/Clay County Art Council’s Dinner Movie Theater production of “Contempt of Court” was a success in every way on Thursday night. Above, Judge Judy Koch, played by Donna Ross advises the court during the performance. Photo By Katherine Ross

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Ready for Common Core, WPSD turns focus to student achievement, safety

July 26, 2013

The 2013-2014 school year is upon students, teachers, administrators and parents.

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Navistar closure likely cause of unemployment uptick

July 26, 2013

Clay County is one of five counties in Mississippi that reflects an unemployment rate of 16.8 percent or higher.

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July 24th

Midsummer mental health tune-up

July 24, 2013

In case you have been wondering why everything in my garden is dead, let me assure you it’s for a good reason. I spent last week on the Mississippi Gulf Coast with my high school classmates who were celebrating our “senior trip.” My bone-dry underdeveloped tomatoes being eaten by stink bugs were the furthest thing from my mind.

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Lady Eagles welcome back coach and look toward improved 2013 season

July 24, 2013

Cass Tapley has been involved with the sport of softball for a while now.
Tapley coached his daughter Chloe for her whole career as a softball player at Hebron where she dominated in the circle as a pitcher fanning over one thousands batters and did an equally as dominant job in the batter’s box. Yet when Chloe chose to forgo her senior season last year due to illness, Cass followed suit giving the control of Hebron softball to first-time head coach David Hudson.

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West Point Hampton celebrates anniversary

July 24, 2013

What’s that one thing that makes customers come back again and again to a place of business? Perhaps it’s the great product the company offers or unmatched prices bargain hunters love. For the Hampton Inn and Suites of West Point, General Manager Tracey Styron says that one thing is the kindness and caring spirit of the hotel’s dedicated employees.

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Sewer services headed to McCharen Field

July 24, 2013

New sewer services at McCharen Field Airport of West Point is expected to yield more businesses to that area and increase the city’s sewer service revenue.

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