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August 27th

'Ozland' set to premiere Sept. 4

August 27, 2014

BY MARY GARRISON
editor@dailytimesleader.com

Michael Williams has lived in a post-apocalyptic world for more than a year now.
The 27-year-old West Point filmmaker has been working with a cast and crew of fewer than 15 total to bring his first feature length production, “Ozland,” to life before the masses. And next week, he’ll get his chance. “Ozland” will premiere for a test screening 7 p.m. Sept. 4 at Malco Theaters in Columbus.

FBI joins assault investigation

August 27, 2014

BY MARY GARRISON
editor@dailytimesleader.com

A man accused of aggravated assault in a weekend incident that left a West Point man severly injured appeared for arraignment Tuesday in West Point.
Courtez McMillian, 22, of Okolona, appeared in West Point Municipal Court Tuesday, but was given the opportunity to retain legal counsel before entering a plea. His bond was set at $250,000, and he was housed in the Clay County Detention Center.

August 26th

VIDEO: SEC network lets you keep up

August 26, 2014

VIDEO: New SEC Network Lets You Follow Your Team All Season Long

Prayer Warriors reach out to community

August 26, 2014

By Donna Summerall
life@dailytimesleader.com

The Third Mt. Olive M.B. Church Noonday Prayer Warriors in West Point don’t just meet together at noon every Wednesday to pray, they go out into the community where they see a need and visit with people.
“If there are people who are sick, shut in or just need a little encouragement, we want to visit with them,” Alma Brown, member of the Noonday Prayer Warriors, said. “We want to bring a blessing to our community. We don’t care who you are, what race you are, whether or not you go to church, we will pray for you, and prayer works miracles.”

Local man killed in one-car accident

August 26, 2014

DTL staff

A West Point man was killed in a one-car accident about 5 p.m. Saturday on Highway 45 Alt. South in Monroe County.
Antonio Gardner, 40, of West Point, was driving south in a red 1998 Ford F-150 on Highway 45 near Highway 8 when he lost control of the vehicle, according to Mississippi Highway Patrol Public Affairs Officer Sgt. Criss Turnipseed.
Turnipseed said the truck crossed the median, rolled over and caught fire in the northbound lanes of Highway 45, and Gardner was ejected from the vehicle.
Gardner was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident.

Arrest made in restaurant assault

August 26, 2014

BY MARY GARRISON
editor@dailytimesleader.com

Police have made an arrest in connection with a weekend assault that left a West Point man hospitalized with a brain injury.
According to a statement issued by West Point Police Department, investigators arrested Courtez, McMillian, 22, of Okolona on Monday pending charges of aggravated assault. He was housed in the Clay County Detention Center awaiting arraignment.
More arrests are pending, according to West Point Police Chief Tim Brinkley.

August 25th

BREAKING: Arrest made in weekend assault

August 25, 2014

DTL staff

Police have made an arrest in connection with a weekend assault that left a West Point man hospitalized with a brain injury.
On Monday, police arrested Courtez McMillian, 22, of Okalona in connection to an alleged aggravated assault on Ralph Weems IV, 32, of West Point.

August 24th

New details released on restaurant assault

August 24, 2014

For Daily Times Leader

West Point Police Department is investigating an aggravated assault that occurred at the Huddle House Restaurant early Saturday morning. Police were dispatched to the scene at 2:10 a.m. in reference to a fight in progress. Once at the business located at 230 Highway 45 Alternate North, officers discovered an injured man in the parking lot and what appeared to be two other individuals rendering aid.

August 22nd

Oak Hill, Hebron Christian open seasons on road

August 22, 2014

BY WILL NATIONS
sports@dailytimesleader.com

The Oak Hill Raiders, under new Head Coach Tony Stanford, begin their season on the road against the Hartfield Academy Hawks at 7 p.m. tonight in Flowood. Stanford said he would like to start out his tenure on a good note.
“We need to get some momentum started,” Stanford said. “After Hartfield, we will hit Marshall Academy, Tri-County Academy and Winston Academy, which are all really good ball clubs. We need a win under our belt.”

Filling big shoes

August 22, 2014

BY WILL NATIONS
sports@dailytimesleader.com

Quincy Starks might not need an alarm set for this morning. He probably will not sleep much anyway. His dreams of tonight’s game against the Grenada Chargers are too exciting.
Starks gets “hyped” whenever he imagines the feelings he’ll have and actions he will perform at McCallister Field.

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