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October 7th

James Bannerman 'J.B.' Richter-Addo

October 7, 2014

James Bannerman “J.B.” Richter-Addo, passed away Monday, Sept. 1, 2014 in Accra, Ghana, West Africa. He was 89 years old.
James Bannerman “J.B.” Richter - Addo was born August 4, 1925, Accra, Ghana, West Africa. He is the father of Anna Jones of West Point.
According to customs and traditions he will be buried Oct. 17, 2014, in Accra, Ghana, West Africa. He leaves to mourn him, a wife; nine children, 15 grandchildren and four great - grandchildren. Anna and Bennie Jones will be attending the funeral.

Betty Long Early

October 7, 2014

Betty Long Early, age 87, of West Point passed away Wednesday Oct. 1, 2014, at NMMC - West Point after a recent illness.
She was born Dec. 2, 1926, in Tupelo, the only daughter of Huey and Lela Martin Long. She graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1947 with a bachelor’s degree in Education. She married John Richard Early in 1951. He preceded her in death in 2008.

Larry Bost

October 7, 2014

Funeral services for Larry Bost are Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014, at 10:30 a.m. at Welch Funeral Home.
Visitation is from 9:30 - 10:30 service time at Welch Funeral Home.
Complete funeral arrangements are not available at this time and will be announced at a later date by Welch Funeral Home of Starkville.

Nightmare on 45 opens for third year

October 7, 2014

By Donna Summerall
life@dailytimesleader.com

Screams, chainsaws and maniacal laughter will greet those to dare to visit “A Nighmare on Highway 45” haunt during the Halloween season. For the third year, Tim White, Keith Bagwell, Eddie Malone and a dozen volunteers put together a haunted walk–through behind Cathy’s Restaurant in West Point.

MSU administration works to place students after fire

October 7, 2014

BY ALEX HOLLOWAY
Special to Daily Times Leader

STARKVILLE — After a night to evaluate the situation, Mississippi State University determined that 153 female students will be displaced as a result of a Sunday night fire in the Oak Hall residence hall, rather than the initially expected 198, according to university chief communication officer Sid Salter.
Oak Hall, a four-floor residence hall on the south end of campus, opened for the beginning of the fall 2012 semester. MSU’s Housing and Residence Life website lists the residence hall as having a 382-person capacity.

County completes 2014 HOME grant project

October 7, 2014

BY JOSH PRESLEY
news@dailytimesleader.com

Four residents in Clay County had new homes to call their own as the county finished its HOME project for the year last week. The project, funded by a $433,950 grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), saw four substandard homes demolished and replaced during the past year.

County OKs road project funds

October 7, 2014

BY JOSH PRESLEY
news@dailytimesleader.com

The Clay County Board of Supervisors voted to approve the county’s local match for the Appalachian Regional Commission’s (ARC) Airport Road project at its meeting Monday.
Clay County Chancery Clerk Amy Berry said the project will involve extending, widening and overlaying .244 miles of Airport Road next to Walmart in West Point. The cost will be largely covered by an ARC grant, according to Berry, with local funds covering the remaining costs.

October 6th

VIDEO: History Lesson: Week 6 Features Five Top-Ten Upsets

October 6, 2014

For the first time ever, five of the AP poll's top eight ranked teams lost on the same weekend. Let Campus Insiders show you how history was made in this Rewind.

October 5th

No. 3 Alabama falls to No. 11 Mississippi 23-17

October 5, 2014

BY DAVID BRANDT
AP Sports Writer

OXFORD, Miss. (AP) — Alabama's new high-powered offense was nowhere to be found on Saturday afternoon. Its usual clutch plays in the fourth quarter were missing as well.

Instead, it was upstart Mississippi with the big moments in the final minutes, with quarterback Bo Wallace leading the 11th-ranked Rebels to a come-from-behind 23-17 victory over No. 3 Alabama.

October 3rd

Clay County teams hit gridiron

October 3, 2014

BY WILL NATIONS
sports@dailytimesleader.com

The games are counting for more and more marbles. The scenarios are not win or go home ... yet, but the magnitude of each game grows each passing week.
After the first half of the season, in which non-district opponents were played, the Clay County football teams are hoping to make progress in division championship bids and postseason aspirations.

BY WILL NATIONS sports@dailytimesleader.com The West Point defense is getting back into the swing...
BY WILL NATIONS sports@dailytimesleader.com His arm cast was removed the same morning as the game....
DTL staff After being knocked out of the MAIS Class-AA State Championship in the first round by...

 

 

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