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April 8th, 2013

Police enforcing railroad crossing law

April 8, 2013

Zipping across railroad tracks when a train is racing down rail lines is pretty much second nature to many motorists who don’t like the idea of waiting and waiting for the train to go by.

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Yeager shines light on Autism

April 8, 2013

The number of individuals who are diagnosed with symptoms of Autism is startling.
A disability which was once considered a rarity in the medical science field is now found in one out of every 50 kids in America.

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Baldwin a survivor, advocate for MS awareness

April 8, 2013

It’s been seven years since Gayva Baldwin was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.
When she first started to fight the disease, the battle seemed impossible to defeat. She lost all feeling in her right side, and she was forced to walk with a cane before the age of 30.

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Smith murder trial postponed

April 8, 2013

A West Point man accused of stabbing another man in 2011 at a club pleaded with Judge Jim Kitchens Monday to go forward with his trial, but despite the suspect’s earnest pleas the court postponed the trial.

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April 6th

Kemper’s 11-run second lifts Rams over Eagles

April 6, 2013

Sometimes the third out can be the hardest one to get. In the top of the second inning for Hebron Christian, it was almost nearly impossible. The Rams took advantage of four walks and two errors to score seven runs with two outs before the inning ended. The two-out rally, an 11-run inning, gave Kemper a 12-5 lead which the Eagles could never overcome in the five following innings.

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Green Wave struggles continue against district rival Oxford on Friday

April 6, 2013

A rut can be the most difficult thing to ever get out of. For West Point baseball, it seems like they might not get out of it by the end of the season.

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Tillman promotes four to Yellow Belt

April 6, 2013

Tillman’s Tae Kwon Do School is promoting four of its students to Yellow Belt rank. The students above from left are Luke Desantis, 7, Brody McBrayer, 4, Jacob Zeppani, 6 and Dixon Reed, 6. Master Tillman is very proud of the students for their hard word, effort and success. They put much into this exam. Master Tillman is offering classes to all age groups. The school also offers boxing classes and mixed martial arts (MMA) to the public. Tillman’s is located at 132 West Main Street. Submitted Photo

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Katherine Ivy Moseley turns 100

April 6, 2013

Katherine Moseley is surrounded by her daughters, Katherine (Kay) Moseley White, Judith (Judy) Moseley Rice, granddaughter, Mary Katherine Neely, her husband Clay, their triplet daughters, Kate, Grace and Mary, celebrating her 100th birthday. Moseley was born April 7, 1913, to Dr. Frank Price Ivy and Mary Dinsmore Ivy. She was a 1931 graduate of West Point High School, a 1935 graduate of Agnes Scott College and received her teaching certificate from Columbia University in 1936. She married Beaureguard (Beau) Moseley in 1938.

Bomgar considered irrelevant until proven educated

April 6, 2013

I do not know Joel Bomgar personally.
Therefore, I am in no place to gush over his credentials other than what is already public.
This week, Bomgar’s nomination to the State Board of Education was rejected by the state Senate, mostly on the grounds that the successful businessman does not have a background in public education.

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Summerall: Never enough books

April 6, 2013

Yesterday most of the people in my house went to Starkville to see “The Host” a movie based on the book by Stephanie Myers. There are a lot of books in my house by this particular author. None of them are mine since the idea of sparkly vampires makes me nauseous. Aliens aren’t high on my list either so the Stephanie Myers books aren’t in my room. I can’t complain too much though, her novels had all three of my kids reading for the pleasure of it. A wonderful accomplishment.

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