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September 15th

WPPD to crack down on vicious dogs

September 15, 2014

BY JOSH PRESLEY
news@dailytimesleader.com

The West Point Police Department will start cracking down on residents who own vicious dogs and don't properly secure them.
According to the city's animal ordinance, Rottweilers, Pit Bulls, any mixed cross-breed German Shepherds and Chows are considered vicious animals. The ordinance requires that every vicious animal be contained within a building or secure enclosure, and securely muzzled or caged when off the owner's property.

WPSD donates bus for AmbuBus kit

September 15, 2014

BY JOSH PRESLEY
news@dailytimesleader.com

In a disaster transportation can be paramount, whether it's finding shelter or medical attention. The Clay County Emergency Management Agency and West Point School District have taken steps to increase the county's ability to transport citizens to a safe location.
WPSD voted to donate a surplus school bus to Clay County EMA at its meeting Monday, and the bus will be outfitted with an AmbuBus kit.

Arts Center grand opening set for Sunday

September 15, 2014

BY MARY GARRISON
editor@dailytimesleader.com

Louise Campbell has been a fixture in the Clay County arts community for more than 50 years, and next Sunday, she'll have the building to show for it.

September 12th

Hebron set to face Calvary Christian

September 12, 2014

BY WILL NATIONS
sports@dailytimesleader.com

PHEBA — Hearne Foster, an assistant coach for Hebron Christian, suited up with a helmet and shoulder pads during the Eagles’ Wednesday afternoon practice.
After losing a player to a concussion last Friday, Hebron’s roster is smaller, but the team is finding solutions to continue the process of developing a winning formula for Friday nights.

Oak Hill searches for district win, plays Winston

September 12, 2014

DTL staff

The Oak Hill Raiders have had too many miscues in the past two weeks. Whether it was missed tackles against Marshall Academy in the second game at home or two second-half special team mishaps against Tri-County last Friday in Flora, Oak Hill has not overcome the negative swings of the game.
The Raiders are hoping to erase those problems with their first district win. That triumph could be difficult to come by, especially with Oak Hill’s third road trip of the campaign.

Wave looks to bounce back

September 12, 2014

BY WILL NATIONS
sports@dailytimesleader.com

Last season, the West Point Green Wave was stunned when the Columbus Falcons visited McCallister Field in West Point.
The Falcons racked up 41 points and hampered an Aeris Williams-led offense as the visitors from Lowndes County dispatched the Wave, 41-14, for the first time since Sept. 2, 2011.
West Point, however, is more concerned about getting a second win in the victory column and less worried about getting revenge for last season’s loss.

Remembering 9/11

September 12, 2014

BY MARY GARRISON
editor@dailytimesleader.com

At precisely 8:46 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, an American Airlines Boeing 767 loaded with 20,000 gallons of fuel buried itself into the 80th floor of the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. Hundreds died upon impact, some incinerated, as a great plume of black smoke billowed into the sky.

Holiday express to roll in to West Point

September 12, 2014

BY JOSH PRESLEY
news@dailytimesleader.com

It’s Christmas in September as the Kansas City Southern Railway Company announced Thursday that its Holiday Express train will roll Dec. 2 into West Point.
The Holiday Express’ 14th annual run is a free event and will stop in 21 communities in seven states throughout December, according to a statement released to media from KCS Employee Relations Director Doniele Carlson. West Point will be the train’s fifth stop.

White Station water transfers to West Point

September 12, 2014

BY JOSH PRESLEY
news@dailytimesleader.com

White Station Rural Water Association customers have lower rates in their future. The Mississippi Public Service Commission announced that it had approved transfer of White Station’s system to the City of West Point Thursday.
In a statement released to media from PSC Northern District Commissioner Brandon Presley, White Station customers will see a $3.50 reduction in their monthly service charges and usage rates.

September 11th

WP eyes grant to rehabilitate former school

September 11, 2014

BY JOSH PRESLEY
news@dailytimesleader.com

West Point is looking to obtain a brownfield grant from the Environmental Protection Agency in order to clear asbestos from the Westside School building. The West Point Board of Selectmen voted to enter into an agreement with the West Point School District for the building to become city property at its meeting Tuesday.
The West Point School District board voted Monday to transfer the deed to the building to the city, with the understanding that the deed would revert to the school board if the city didn’t obtain the grant.

BY WILL NATIONS sports@dailytimesleader.com One Oak Hill Raider played six quarters of football on...
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