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January 29th, 2013

Stretch of highway could be named after Turner, Gibbs

January 29, 2013

You’ve got to admit it. Having a street, road or highway named after you is a pretty amazing honor and means you’ve gone out of your way for the community and done something entirely remarkable for lots of people.
It’s something that makes your family smile every time they drive past the sign and something that the honoree can be proud of and humbled by whether they’re still living or have passed on.

Retired school teacher Staten announces bid for District 36 seat

January 29, 2013

Jeannie Johnson Staten declared her intentions to take House District Seat 36 on Tuesday, becoming the fourth person to announce candidacy for the vacant seat to the Daily Times Leader.
With an election such as this, there are many candidates who come from many different backgrounds, whether it be law, industry, education or something else.
Staten herself has 27 years of experience in the classroom.
A retired teacher, the Clay County native says she has always had a profound interest in politics and the legislature.

Clay County prosecutor formally resigns

January 29, 2013

It will be quite a busy election year for the Clay County Election Commission, who has already presided over one special election this month and who expects to preside over two more special elections later this year.
One of those special elections will fall in November and will be held to fill the vacant seat of Clay County prosecuting attorney.

January 28th

Thomas “Stump” Foreman

January 28, 2013

Funeral services for Mr. Thomas “Stump” Foreman, age 82, of Macon, were held Sunday, January 27, 2013, at Cockrell Funeral Home Chapel at 2 p.m. Interment followed in Salem Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Diabetes Foundation, 16 Northtown Drive, Suite 100, Jackson, MS  39211-3058. You may sign online guest book at www.cockrellfuneralhome.com.

Anna Dell Edwards McCary

January 28, 2013

Anna Dell Edwards McCary, age 88, passed away, on Monday, January 28, 2013, at West Point Community Living Center, in West Point. Mrs. McCary was born November 2, 1924, in Crawford, Miss., to the late Eva Upton and John Edwards. She was a Homemaker and was a member of First Baptist Church. Anna Dell Edwards McCary married Harry Lester McCary April 25, 1940, who preceded her in death on June 1, 1998.

The taste of freedom

January 28, 2013

Guardsmen Corey Weaver and Matt Thompson get a juicy steak put on their plate by Cattlemen’s Association cook Tracy Lofton on Saturday. The Cattlemen’s Association fed members of the local National Guard troop who were stationed in Afghanistan until their return home in September. More pictures from the cookout are on page 3. Photo by Bryan Davis

West Point seniors recognize influences

January 28, 2013

West Point Green Wave basketball head coach Brad Cox asked his senior basketball players to select a West Point High School teacher that had made an impact in their life. The teachers selected by the players wore the jersey of that player on Friday during the school day and were recognized during halftime of the district home game against Oxford Friday night January 25.

Food for local families

January 28, 2013

Elliot Hutchins holds up the first cans from the first load delivered to the Daily Times Leader on Saturday. The canned goods will go to the Project Homestead Food Pantry which feeds over 800 people in Clay County each month. Elliot asked that canned goods be donated this year instead of presents for his seventh birthday. Cans can be dropped off at a number of locations, including the Daily Times Leader. Photo by Bryan Davis

Lady Raiders win two over weekend

January 28, 2013

Stan Hughey’s squad continued their winning ways this past weekend with two convincing wins over Canton Academy and North Delta. The Lady Raiders beat the Lady Panthers 58-22 and the Lady Green Wave 46-34.

Hebron’s Nichols playing hard at Southern Arkansas

January 28, 2013

Tori Nichols towered over many of her opponents at a dominant 6’3” during her time at Hebron Christian, not only height-wise, but talent-wise. Last year, Nichols and her fellow Lady Eagles made a deep run into the MAIS postseason and made it to the State All-Around in Clinton before being eliminated.

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