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City welcomes two new patrolmen

February 18, 2013

The city of West Point and the West Point Police Department proudly welcomes West Point native Ramirez Ivy and Macon native Mary Beth Watt to the force of the WPPD where they will serve as patrol officers.
Last Tuesday, the West Point Board of Mayor and Selectmen voted in executive session to hire Ivy and Watt, who both said they are pleased and excited about serving the community of West Point.

Wolf’s voice helped create America’s music

February 18, 2013

There is an aura of mystery which surrounds the Mississippi Delta Blues.
The music itself is still mysterious to the ear, even decades after its inception and subsequent years of exploration and yet to be achieved perfection.
Legends tell of spirits, demons and contractual agreements at haunted “crossroads” where a musical wannabe could turn himself into a musical virtuoso by giving his soul as a ransom for talent.

Twisted burgers a big hit so far on Main

February 18, 2013

By Bryan Davis
Daily Times Leader

It’s a burger fit for a king.
Well, it would be good enough for the king of Rock and Roll anyway.
If Elvis Presley is still living, like some still believe, he will undoubtedly make the 45 minute drive from his hometown to the Twisted Burger Company on Main Street.
“The Fat Elvis,” a burger named in his honor and in memory of some of the King’s not so great eating habits is fixed with peanut butter, banana, a sizable beef patty, a couple of strips of bacon and some thick bread for a bun.

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