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May 17th, 2013

Pittman overcomes adversity

May 17, 2013

Candace Pittman has battled extreme health issues but still continues with her education and her life. She shared some of her courage in adversity with the West Point Civitan Luncheon Club.

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Where do we go from here?

May 17, 2013

So many times we have gone to the polls on election day, and we have checked the name of a man or woman we want to represent us.
Many times, however, we do not think about the impact of that vote.
Whether it is the President of the United States, or a candidate for a local body, we check that name because we believe that person is fit to represent the people as a whole.

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Summerall: I think it’s a lot worse

May 17, 2013

I was still a kid between second and third grade, June 17, 1972. This was when President Richard Millhouse Nixon sent a couple to guys to break into the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate office complex in Washington, D.C. I remember the press scrambling to report the cover-up after the infamous “Deep Throat” turned over the information that allowed the prosecution of G.

Raiders take down Baldwyn, Hatley on Thursday

May 17, 2013

Not originally scheduled to participate in the spring game in Baldwyn with Baldwyn High School and Hatley High School, the Oak Hill Raider football team did not let a scheduling change ruin their conclusion to spring practices Thursday evening.

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Election commission appointment postponed

May 17, 2013

Voters of District 4 were hoping to learn Friday who their new election commissioner would be, but the Clay County Board of Supervisors opted to postpone the appointment until a later date.

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More criminal activity expected during summer

May 17, 2013

What’s happens each summer in West Point and all across the state? Unfortunately, an increase in criminal activity that prompts law enforcement to urge residents to secure their belongings, especially bikes and other outdoor equipment.

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Legendary piano graces Clay County

May 17, 2013

A Steinway & Sons piano that belonged to legendary pianist Vladimir Horowitz has been touring the country, and on Tuesday evening, the piano was featured in West Point for a reception hosted by the Mississippi State University College of Education and Department of Music.

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May 16th

Pizza Inn closes its doors

May 16, 2013

The West Point/Clay County Growth Alliance confirmed Wednesday that Pizza Inn of West Point is no longer in business.

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May 15th

Raiders hit the road for Spring Game today

May 15, 2013

Coming off a 6-6 season and their first playoff appearance since 2009, the Oak Hill Raiders have used their spring practices as a way to continue the success that head coach Daniel Merchant brought to the program in 2012.

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Noon Tunes is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

May 15, 2013

The West Point Clay County Arts Council recently hosted Noon Tunes at the Bryan Public Library. The talented musicians tickled the ivories with Music from the Movies. The pianists performing were Patti Clay, Justin Estes and Hannah Garbutt. Garbutt entertained the crowd by playing supercalifragilisticexpialidocious UPSIDE DOWN!! Our next Noon Tunes will be Wednesday, June 12, at the library. Photo and cutline submitted

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