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April 10th

City’s participation requested in TVA program

April 10, 2013

Making West Point homes more energy efficient while saving homeowners money was the topic brought forth Tuesday to the West Point Board of Mayor and Selectmen by West Point resident Barbara Swindol.

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Norris Court to receive multiple improvements

April 10, 2013

Lots of improvement activities will soon be taking place at Norris Court, one of West Point’s Housing Authority communities.

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April 9th

School consolidation bill awaiting signature

April 9, 2013

Consolidation of the West Point and Clay County School districts could become reality some time this month pending the signature of Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant.

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Memorabilia of Wolf’s right hand man to reside in West Point

April 9, 2013

Howlin Wolf is one of the most celebrated Blues musicians in the world, so it is no surprise that one of his musical associates, Hubert Sumlin would be named the No. 43 Blues Guitarist by Rolling Stone Magazine.

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Firemen perform annual hose testing

April 9, 2013

Every year local firemen participate in the West Point Fire Department’s annual hose testing, and this year’s testing showed all hoses to be in proper working condition.

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April 8th

Police enforcing railroad crossing law

April 8, 2013

Zipping across railroad tracks when a train is racing down rail lines is pretty much second nature to many motorists who don’t like the idea of waiting and waiting for the train to go by.

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Baldwin a survivor, advocate for MS awareness

April 8, 2013

It’s been seven years since Gayva Baldwin was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.
When she first started to fight the disease, the battle seemed impossible to defeat. She lost all feeling in her right side, and she was forced to walk with a cane before the age of 30.

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Smith murder trial postponed

April 8, 2013

A West Point man accused of stabbing another man in 2011 at a club pleaded with Judge Jim Kitchens Monday to go forward with his trial, but despite the suspect’s earnest pleas the court postponed the trial.

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April 6th

Jury acquits Ivy in shooting trial

April 6, 2013

The weight of a thousand men was lifted Friday from the shoulders of Rashawn Ivy who walked from the Clay County Courthouse a free man after he was cleared of all charges in his two-year long shooting case.

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Woman jailed for stealing car

April 6, 2013

A Clay County woman was taken into custody late Thursday night after a burglary and automobile theft incident occurred at a local trailer park.

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