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March 27th

Mayor responds to recent settlement

March 27, 2013

West Point Mayor Scott Ross responded Wednesday to the Daily Times Leaders’ article printed Tuesday regarding the settlement reached in the alleged racial discrimination case involving one former and three current West Point police officers. Below is the mayor’s response in its entirety:

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Arrest warrant issued for fleeing suspect

March 27, 2013

A man accused of fleeing police in a vehicle Monday night then fleeing police on foot is now wanted by the West Point Police Department on a host of charges.

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March 25th

County asked to pay for remainder of Ivy defense

March 25, 2013

Clay County resident Rashaan Ivy, who is accused of shooting a woman in the head, began his defense with substantial dollars to pay a private attorney to help prove his innocence. Those dollars have now run very low, and Ivy and his defense attorney T.K. Moffett is asking Clay County to pay for the rest of Ivy’s defense.

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Holy week services begin at First UMC

March 25, 2013

This week, Christians around the globe begin celebration of the Easter Holiday with Holy Week services.

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Settlement reached in “race-based” lawsuit

March 25, 2013

What was expected to be a weeklong trial in federal court ended early Monday morning after a settlement in the case was reached.

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March 23rd

Nashville recording artists coming to town

March 23, 2013

A little less than a half hour’s drive from West Point, Hannah and Caroline Melby grew up, playing a mix of folk and bluegrass songs with their father on Nash Street in Starkville.

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West Point native Quinn successfully completes academy

March 23, 2013

He endured rigorous physical exercises, mastered police driving skills, advanced through law enforcement academics and passed the academy. Now West Point native Everett Quinn, Jr. is being welcomed back to the Clay County Sheriff Department as its newest certified patrol deputy.

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Deciding power shifted regarding police suit

March 23, 2013

The very first item of business Friday in a Special Meeting of the West Point Board of Mayor and Selectmen dealt with a legal matter, for which the mayor, city attorney and board members present immediately went into closed session.

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March 21st

Tourism tax revenue already making a difference

March 21, 2013

It’s a tax that is nearly unidentifiable to customers at restaurants and hotels in West Point.

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WPPD begins prescription drug collections

March 21, 2013

Once again law enforcement agencies all across the country are gearing up for National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, held April 27, but the West Point Police Department is getting a jump on things.

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