Archive - Oct 2010 - News Article
Mayor Scott Ross has taken personal leave from his duties on behalf of the City of West Point and will be unavailable for an undetermined amount of time. Mayor Ross has not resigned and will resume the duties of his office upon the conclusion of his leave.
According to a release from City Hall, Vice-Mayor Keith McBrayer will serve as Mayor during the absence of Ross, and city government will function as normal.
Students across Mississippi suffering with asthma now have the right to self-administer their asthma and anaphylaxis medications while at school or at any school-related function, with the passage of Mississippi Senate Bill 2393.
The bill, signed by Governor Haley Barbour earlier this year, is designed to improve the health of students and ensure that all students with asthma breathe easier, helping them be more alert and perform better academically.
As flu season approaches, doctors, nurses and pharmacists are preparing to get everyone vaccinated to help protect them from the threat of influenza.
Many health care providers in West Point are waiting for flu vaccinations to come in, which will include the H1N1 (swine flu) vaccination, but some already have them and are administering the medication upon the patient's request.