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February 25th, 2013

Lady Raiders fall to Prairie View 55-45

February 25, 2013

It was a rematch of the AA North State Tournament semi-final as the Oak Hill Lady Raiders met up with Prairie View Academy again this past Saturday. In the previous meeting, the Lady Raiders used a second half rally to overcome a 12-point deficit to defeat the Lady Spartans 55-50.

Hebron raising expectations for 2013 season

February 25, 2013

After making the first round of the playoffs, the Hebron Christian Eagles will be raising their expectations in the 2013 baseball campaign.
“Yeah, expectations are to make the playoffs,” said assistant coach Cass Tapely about the expectation for the season, “we want to make a deeper run this year.”
With a three senior looking to start, Hebron will also rely on underclassmen to fill in the other six spots in field. Yet the underclassmen will not lack experience as many of them picked up valuable experience in the past seasons.

West Point gearing up for baseball season

February 25, 2013

West Point’s head coach Buddy Wyers feels this team may have the right chemistry. The chemistry which can give experience to younger players and put wins in the win columns. It will be this chemistry that will help the Green Wave find victories in schedule that is full of challenges.
Already getting the season under way, West Point had a great showing in Columbus as the Diamond Wave played abbreviated games against Caledonia and Hamilton in a baseball jamboree. Coach Wyers pointed to a good showing from his young pitching staff that picked up their first true varsity pitch counts.

Anti-Bullying week at West Point School District

February 25, 2013

Students in the West Point School District are making a stand against bullying this week. Each day students have a different theme to show their opposition to bullies. Monday, students wore white shirts or peace signs and had a Bullying Awareness Activity in first period. The weeks theme is X Out Bullying: Respect All. Pictured are South campus students demonstrating bullying behaviors. From left, Josh Ewing, David Waldrep, Gissel Guzeman, Shaniqua Walter and Breanna Shelton. Photo by Bryan Davis

2nd Annual EMCC Art Show coming to Bryan Saturday

February 25, 2013

West Point is rich in the arts, and people around the state are beginning to take notice.
Already famous for the community’s Howlin’ Wolf Blues Festival and the Prairie Arts Festival in September, Clay County is now home to two spring events that showcase regional artists, as well as local ones.
The first of the two will take place this Saturday at the Bryan Public Library.
This is the Second Annual East Mississippi Community College Art Show.
It will feature 50 pieces of art by 25 students from EMCC, as well as five faculty members.

Turner: Education, budgets will round out legislative session

February 25, 2013

It has been an eventful new year for Angela Turner so far.
The recently-elected Senator for District 16 has been busy at the state capitol since she took office on January 15 in a special election.
The Clay County native is up to speed with the issues that face legislators during the current 90-day session, and she shared some of her insights on what the final leg of the session will look like during Monday morning’s Legislative Breakfast at City Hall.
“I’ve hit the ground running,” Turner said of the last month and a half.

Comcast pays $6K to city, still owes $80K

February 25, 2013

A small portion of the delinquent service fees owed by Comcast Cable was paid recently to the city of West Point, but since receiving that payment the city has not received a dime of the large balance remaining.
In their Jan. 8 meeting, the West Point Board of Mayor and Selectmen granted Comcast a 45-day extension of time to pay the $6,000 franchise fee owed to the city’s general fund and to enter into a contract through which Comcast would pay $15 per pole attachment.

Local Investigator Qualifies For Ward 3

February 25, 2013

Constituents of Ward 3 in West Point now have one more candidate to consider voting for in the May 7 Primary Election for elected municipal offices in the city of West Point.
Just last week Ken Poole, investigator with the West Point Police Department, declared his intention at City Hall to run for the office of Ward 3 selectman as a democratic candidate. Two other individuals declared their intent several weeks ago to run for the post, including Jimmy Clark and incumbent Charles Collins.

February 22nd

Marie Martin

February 22, 2013

Marie Martin age 96, passed away Wednesday, February 20, 2013, at her home.
Marie Martin was born December 18, 2013, in Marietta, to Henry Edwards Mills and Oma Lee Evans. She
retired from Franklin Furniture Factory as an instructor seamstress. She was of the Baptist faith.
Funeral services were Saturday, February 23, 2013, at 1 p.m. from Southern Funeral Chapel in Houston with Bro. Ben Yarber officiating. Burial followed in Arbor Grove Cemetery.

William Deandrea Temple

February 22, 2013

William Deandrea Temple age 30, passed away Friday, February 15, 2013, in Minot, N.D.
Funeral services were, Friday, February 22, 2013, at 1 p.m. from Northside Christian Church of God with Bishop William Golden officiating. Burial followed in Greenwood Cemetery.
Carter’s Mortuary Services was in charge of arrangements.

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