Will West Point Municipal Judge Mark Cliett continue serving as judge now that he has been appointed part time public defender?
It's a question that's on the minds of many citizens of the community, including the West Point Board of Mayor and Selectmen, who discussed Cliett's new appointment Tuesday night during their regular meeting.
I stumbled across a sure-fire system for improving my mental health, not to mention my outlook on life during these hard times. It doesnât cost anything and the results are almost instantaneous.
Miraculously, the hard times have evaporated as my thoughts turn to Christmas, family gatherings and the making of new memories unpolluted by general mayhem and contentious politics.
A wrecked Earth lies virtually abandoned in space.
Only one percent of the human race exists on the planet in an attempt to rehabilitate the environment. The other 99 percent have colonized Mars.
Each year, a group is chosen to travel to Earth to work on the rehabilitation project.
"Earthrise", a new film by director Glenn Payne follows the journey of those on their way to Earth, and West Point will be the setting of this Sci-Fi psychological thriller.
Today, students at the West Point Alternative School will find out who took home the top prizes for the schoolâs holiday poster contest. Eric Morgan of Dominos has donated pizza, and Labaris Conner of Kroger has donated cupcakes as part of the awards for the winners. The posters were judged by WPSD Superintendent Burnell McDonald, Assistant Superintendent Rob Smith, Federal Programs Director Reita Humphries and Daily Times Leader Managing Editor Bryan Davis. Steve Parker is the principal at the Alternative School More on page 6.
It was the fourth overtime for Hebron Christian in this very early season. The Eaglesâ Taylor Coggins swished the corner three which sent the game to overtime tied at 47. But the Generals were too much for Hebron as Washington used the Eaglesâ critical mistakes to turn the tide and defeat Hebron in overtime 59-49.
âIt is a hard loss because it is a game that got away from us,â said Head Coach Gary Vaughn after an agonizing defeat, âWe should have claimed that one and done some different things toward the final stretch.â
The Lady Eagles on Tuesday night played host to the visiting MAIS AAA Washington Lady Generals. In a game that saw Hebron Christian only trail by three points in the first half, Washington was able to pull away in the second half going on to win 54-36.
âWe kept it close through the first, we just donât have the depth that they [Washington] have,â said Head Coach William Cotton after the Lady Eagle defeat, âI knew it would be a topsy-turvy game but I am just proud of our girls.â
Santa was on hand at the Mansfieldâs home, and twins Bronwynne and Betsy Gray Barrett of Starkville paid him a visit. Photo Submitted by Kristen Stevens
Every memory of the child who has died must be summoned up with all its feelings and reworked with the new and painful knowledge that your child is gone. This I can tell you after loosing our son was the most painful aspects of grieving. We love the dead differently from how we love the living. As we live with the reality of our loss of a son or daughter, your love must recognize the changed reality and change itself. You will never stop loving your child who has died. Remembering and bringing up feelings and memories is how I accomplished this painful task.
After the airing of the Heisman Trophy Presentation, ESPN showed a 30 for 30 film that documented the unfortunately short career of Vincent Edward âBoâ Jackson. The film, âYou Donât Know Boâ, was somewhat of a folktale telling the amazing feats Bo Jackson was said to have done and actually accomplished. I had the privilege to watch this documentary and thought it asked me a question, âIs greatness still within us?â
Oak Hill had a weekend to remember in sweeps over Winston Academy and North Delta in two consecutive days. Stan Hugheyâs Lady Raiders advanced to 2-0 in the district after the Friday night 60-37 victory against the Lady Patriots in which three Oak Hill players scored in double figures: Maegen Eliis and Anna Ready with 13 each, and Rachel Hendon with 12 to go along with 10 rebounds. Shay Atkins came close to another double-double with nine points and 10 boards. Sarah Dill scored seven off the bench.