Archive - Jan 15, 2014
Eagle woes continue in 2014, Wolverines shine
MATHISTON â€” Hebron Christian started the 2013-14 campaign with a near-perfect 7-1 overall record, which involved a three-win open to District 3-A.
The Eaglesâ€™ second half of the season has not started in similar fashion to the first.
Monday evening, Hebron (7-4; 3-1 District 3-A) dropped its third consecutive game in 2014 with a 64-37 loss to the East Webster Wolverines during an inter-association (MHSAA-MAIS) game on the campus of the Wood Institute.
By Donna Summerall
The public library has always been the place to go to glean information. With the onset of the electronic age the Bryan Public Library is no longer contained just in the brick and mortar building, patrons with a library card can access a world of information through the Tombigbee Regional Library System website. The site is interfaced with libraries all over the state of Mississippi, according to TRLS Director, Tanna Taylor.
BY JUSTIN MINYARD
Itâ€™s the start of a new year for the West Point School District Board, which brought with it the first school board meeting. Board members convened at 5:30 p.m. Monday to discuss a light agenda and also allotted a fragment of time for Central School (CS) Superintendent Wynesther Cousins to provide to the board the ins and outs of the last year, along with thoughts and expectations for 2014.
â€śWe see great results with what we have in place,â€ť Cousins said.
Allen turns over ownership to Georgia couple; local staff to remain in place
BY MARY GARRISON
A long-standing West Point business is shifting ownership for the third time since its inception in 1906. Heather and Andrew Lawrence of Georgia recently purchased Calvert Funeral Home located at 1400 E. Main St. in West Point from long-time owner Scotty Allen.