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Teachers, OHA to part ways - Community rallies to support long-time educators Rives, Hughey

March 31, 2014

Oak Hill Academy will part ways with two long-time educators after this school year.

Elementary Principal Jane Rives’ contract is not being renewed and girls’ basketball coach Stan Hughey is resigning. Oak Hill Headmaster Yandell Harris said that neither Rives nor Hughey were fired, and it was not an issue of budget.

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Supervisors stress burn etiquette

March 31, 2014

The Clay County Board of Supervisors is encouraging residents to dial 911 before doing any burning in the county.

At Thursday night’s supervisor’s meeting District 3 Supervisor R.B. Davis said that residents should dial 911 and let first responders know where and when they’ll be burning to save Clay County Volunteer firefighters from having to respond to them unnecessarily.

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West Point First Presbyterian EPC Church welcomes new pastor

March 31, 2014

Rev. Brandon Bates is leaving his hospice ministry in the Flowood/Ridgeland area and moving to West Point to pastor First Presbyterian Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC). Rev. Steve Davis retired from the ministry and left the First Presbyterian Church without a pastor. Bates held the position of chaplain for PaxHospice in Ridgeland for the past two years. He has preached regularly throughout the Central South Presbytery while teaching periodically as adjunct faculty at Belhaven University.

Green Wave bb players earn all-district honors

March 31, 2014

After leading their basketball team to a 26-6 season, four West Point High School seniors have been named all-district by league coaches.

Juan Davis, A.J. Jones, Tre Williams and Demarius Calvert were instrumental in the team’s winning season, according to West Point High School Coach Brad Cox, who said he is proud of how each competed.

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Baseball: the game of life

March 31, 2014

The grass is greener, the sky is bluer and spring is in the air. And if you’re anything like me that only means one thing: Baseball season is in full swing. Flashback about 14 years or so, and picture me a wild-eyed 9-year-old who could not wait to get on the field named after my granddaddy, Spanky Bruce, for opening day of city league baseball. As a kid, opening day of baseball was a lot like Christmas, but 10 times better.

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