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April 2nd, 2013

A perfect party appetizer

April 2, 2013

Last weekend, I had the opportunity to help host a baby shower in West Point. I was asked to bring finger foods, and although I considered a few different options, I really knew what I wanted to make from the moment I was asked.

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Ivy’s shooting trial gets underway...again

April 2, 2013

Tuesday marked the first day of the second trial involving 24-year-old Rashawn Ivy, who is expected to testify this week in defense of an allegation that he shot his ex-girlfriend in the head in 2010.

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Spradling talks “Duress” at book luncheon

April 2, 2013

Readers are sure to be in “Duress” after Luncheon With Books at noon today, but it’s not a bad thing.

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Renowned Autism expert to speak at FBC Thursday

April 2, 2013

The number of diagnosed cases of Autism has risen drastically in the past two decades.
Unfortunately, education about the condition has not seen as dramatic an increase. For many, exposure has been limited to documentaries and movies made about individuals who suffer from Autism.

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April 1st

Margaret Russell Templeton

April 1, 2013

Margaret Russell Templeton, age 86, died March 30, 2013, at Montfort Jones Memorial Hospital in Kosciusko. Visitation will be held today, Tuesday, April 2, 2013, at Welch’s Funeral Home in Starkville, beginning at noon with funeral services at 1pm.
Mrs. Templeton was born on August 1, 1926, in West Point, Miss. She was a graduate of West Point High School. On June 1, 1946, she married Charles Edward (Buddy) Templeton. They made their home in Starkville, where they raised their three boys. Mrs. Templeton worked for Dr. Emmett Black as a dental hygienist and secretary for many years.

Post 38 raises funds for Rebecca’s Rooms

April 1, 2013

Rebecca’s Rooms, a charity dedicated to remodeling the rooms of disabled children, received a nice contribution from the American Legion Riders, Post 38 on Saturday.

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West Point tries to turn things around at Oxford

April 1, 2013

West Point second baseman Chris Gibson gets ready for a ground ball in the infield during Friday’s game against New Hope. Today, West Point travel to play Oxford for a 5 p.m. JV start, and the varsity team will look to secure a district win at 7 p.m. Photo by Will Nations

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Victim of attack sues McDonald’s

April 1, 2013

The mother of a female juvenile, both of whom reside in West Point, has taken legal action against the McDonald’s restaurant in West Point, claiming negligence and failure to control employees.

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Sinkhole issue being resolved

April 1, 2013

A large sinkhole located on Northwood Forest Road was discovered late last week and is now being repaired before any injuries occur due to its extent and depth.

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Voters to decide District 36 seat today

April 1, 2013

On March 12, six candidates were on the ballot in an attempt to fill the empty District 36 House seat that was left vacant after the passing of longtime Rep. David Gibbs in January.

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