Betty and Joe Truloveâ€™s French inspired home enjoys sweeping views of Old Waverlyâ€™s 15th fairway and will be on the tour Sunday, Dec. 9 from 2-5 p.m. at Old Waverly Golf Club, with a reception to follow at the club house. Tickets are $30 in advance and are available at Culin-Arts, Petal Pushers, Bits nâ€™ Pieces, Old Waverly Club House and Fore Seasons at Old Waverly in West Point or by calling the Growth Alliance at 662-494-5121. Photo submitted by Kristen Stevens, West Point Main Street Association.
It took a lot of strength, a lot of focus and a positive, self-motivated spirit to successfully complete the Clay County Misdemeanor Drug Court Program, and these are the very qualities Andrew Smith and Dantun Fair possessed throughout the entire program.
And those attributes along with support from the Misdemeanor Drug Court team earned Smith and Fair the titles of the first graduates of the Misdemeanor Drug Court, where they were honored Friday during a graduation ceremony held for them.
The Sixteenth Circuit Court District is asking the Clay County Circuit Court for an order that would grant the West Point Police Department permission to keep certain criminal documentation confidential â€“ documentation that is wanted in a recent wrongful death lawsuit.
The lawsuit was filed months ago by Aubrey Mitchell, who is suing Ridgewood East Apartments and UAH Property Management, for the death of his son, Devin Mitchell, who was shot and killed at the apartment complex Jan. 1, 2012.
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The two-time Little Ten Conference Champions Starkville Yellowjackets made front page news in the December 6, 1941 edition of the Daily Times Leader.
The football field at North Delta School grew eerily quiet; an Oak Hill player had gone down and did not look like he was getting back up. The opening round MAIS AA playoff game had been paused to attend to the fallen player. Soon the realization that an ambulance and helicopter had been called made the situation even more desperate.
On a routine tackle, Jeb Stevens found himself injured, a situation he never expected.
â€śI did not know what to think,â€ť commented Stevens, â€śWhen they said it was severe enough to bring a helicopter, it really scared me.â€ť
The Clay County Board of Supervisors spent a portion of Thursday morning discussing various needs for the upcoming special election, including where the funds will come from to cover the cost of the special election.
This past Tuesday, Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant informed election commissions in District 16 that a special election will be held Jan. 15, 2013 due to the passing of District 16 Sen. Bennie Turner, and if necessary, a runoff will be held Feb. 5, 2013.
Clay County resident Chad Scott brought forth several reasons Thursday why he thinks county supervisors in Mississippi should not receive a cost of living adjustment, which some county supervisors are requesting from state legislators.
Several Clay County supervisors met last week with the Mississippi Association of Supervisors to discuss asking state lawmakers to grant county supervisors a cost of living adjustment, which supervisors have not received in nearly a decade.
Chad Brooks, a student with the Aspire to Excel Program at Pilgrim Grove M.B. Church is proud to be on the Honor Roll. Brooks is a third grade student at South Side Elementary. He was presented a certificate and a Wal-Mart gift card for his hard work. The Aspire to Excel Program is in its fifth year of providing after-school tutoring. Photo by Donna Summerall
Hosey Whiteâ€™s name was drawn out of the hundreds who bought a chance from the Pilot Club to grab groceries at Sunflower. White took a shopping cart and made a mad dash through the aisles grabbing groceries as fast as he could. Pictured are, (from left) Sunflower Produce Manager Bruce McGee, Sandra Cox, Glenda Colbert, Debra Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Hosey White, Nancy Hall and Linda Taylor. Submitted Photo
Coach Curtis Middleton puts Dalton Wooten through some shooting drills during Upward Bound evaluations at West End Baptist Church on Tuesday night.