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WPPD officers chase down burglary suspect

July 30, 2010

An early-morning escape attempt left two West Point Police Department officers injured, but they got their man.
Tevin Hill, 19, of West Point, escaped from the Clay County Jail at approximately 6 a.m. on Thursday morning, just one hour after being arrested in connection with the burglary of a convenience store at the corner of Bugg and North Division Streets.
Hill, who was being booked at the Clay County Jail early on Thursday, slid through a group of prisoners leaving the jail on work detail and climbed over the facility’s razor-wire fence, injuring himself in the process.

New Bulldogs honored with send-off party

July 30, 2010

When she stood up to introduce herself as a new Mississippi State student on Monday night, Oak Hill Academy graduate Alex McClain had one request.
“I want to ring the cowbell,” McClain said.
With that, the Mississippi State students, alumni and staff in attendance cheered their approval, setting the tone for Tuesday night’s send-off party at Anthony’s in downtown West Point.
Held in conjunction with other send-offs throughout the state, Tuesday night’s gathering was hosted by the Clay County chapter of the Mississippi State Alumni Association.

Brand new Bulldogs honored with send-off party

July 30, 2010

When she stood up to introduce herself as a new Mississippi State student on Monday night, Oak Hill Academy graduate Alex McClain had one request.
“I want to ring the cowbell,” McClain said.
With that, the Mississippi State students, alumni and staff in attendance cheered their approval, setting the tone for Tuesday night’s send-off party at Anthony’s in downtown West Point.
Held in conjunction with other send-offs throughout the state, Tuesday night’s gathering was hosted by the Clay County chapter of the Mississippi State Alumni Association.

Up to 340 face layoffs at Navistar

July 30, 2010

An already battered job market took another big hit this week, as West Point’s Navistar Defense facility announced it is currently in the process of laying off up to 340 temporary workers.
The layoffs began this week and are expected to continue through next week.

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