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October 28th, 2013

Law enforcement officials urge Halloween safety

October 28, 2013

BY MARY GARRISON
editor@dailytimesleader.com

As trick-or-treaters flood the streets of West Point and Clay County Thursday night, local law enforcement officials are urging participants to take caution.
West Point Police Chief Tim Brinkley said citizens and motorists should be especially careful when traveling to watch for pedestrians, particularly during prime trick-or-treating hours at dusk. Brinkley also urged those making the rounds to go early in the evening, and to travel in groups.

October 25th

Hebron takes on Friendship

October 25, 2013

DTL Staff

PHEBA – Hebron Christian (5-3; 3-0 District 7-A) is holding a three-game winning streak and looks to continue the momentum against Friendship Christian Academy in its final non-district home game of the regular season at 7:30 p.m. tonight on the campus of Hebron Christian School.

Deltas donate to South Side library

October 25, 2013

By Donna Summerall
life@dailytimesleader.com

The Clay County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. made a donation of books Thursday to the library at South Side Elementary School.
“The Deltas donate books to South Side library and the next year we make a donation to the Bryan Public Library,” said Clay County Alumnae Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. President Gail Atkins. “We rotate every year with our donation knowing that both libraries are used by area children. It’s a small way the Deltas can give back to the community.”

United Way hosts campaign kickoff

October 25, 2013

BY JUSTIN MINYARD
news@dailytimesleader.com

Thursday brought with it United Way’s Campaign Kickoff Luncheon celebrating its 30 years of operations, and welcomed local best-selling author and Mossy Oak Biologic President Bobby Cole as the guest speaker.
Since its inception in 1983, United Way of Clay County has strived to fund, through public donations, health and human organizations. After a collective of civic-minded residents felt it desirable to expand the local Community Chest into a more expansive organization, the train truly began.

Road paving strikes chord

October 25, 2013

BY JUSTIN MINYARD
news@dailytimesleader

The Clay County Board of Supervisors convened Thursday to discuss the drafted agenda as well as lending an ear to comments from the public.
West Point resident Ruby Brooks had a couple of things to say regarding the ongoing road paving of White Station Rd.
“There’s too much dust,” said Brooks. “And rocks (that are so thick). They need to take that stuff off the road.”

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October 23rd

Cyber crimes steadily rising

October 23, 2013

BY JUSTIN MINYARD
news@dailytimesleader.com

As technology improves, so do the methods of scam artists of all stripes.
The massive war being waged daily in the cyber realm is as invariable as a scam artists’ motivation to pillage civilians. With tools such as sensationalism, faux lotteries, virus-ridden emails and the like, a scammer could lead people to a bear trap time after time.

Annual Boo Parade set for next Thursday

October 23, 2013

Residents can expect to see downtown West Point crawling with spooks and specters of all sorts next Thursday, as the annual Boo Parade gets under way. Some 800 children from Head Start, Pre-K and Kindergarten programs from schools around the county will congregate in their finest Halloween wear to march the parade route beginning at 9 a.m. along Commerce, Main and East streets in one of the city’s most celebrated traditions.

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Quilt show to be held in Cedar Bluff

October 23, 2013

By Donna Summerall
life@dailytimesleader.com

The ladies of the Cedar Bluff Quilters are sponsoring a quilt show at 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 27 at the Cedar Bluff Community Center. More than 30 of the handmade works of art will be on display.

October 22nd

Colbert trekking Mississippi River from Minnesota

October 22, 2013

BY JUSTIN MINYARD
news@dailytimesleader.com

It won’t be long before the break ends for 62-year-old and former International Business Machines (IBM) employee John Colbert. Once it does, the occasionally jagged and confused waves of the Mississippi River will welcome his — and his seasoned kayak’s — return.
A Starkville native, transcontinental voyager and Mississippi State University graduate, Colbert hails in the realm of science and engineering. Proof positive that his 31 years spent designing new components for mainframe computers and supercomputers was no inadvertence.

County awarded grant for nonprofits

October 22, 2013

DTL staff

Clay County has been awarded funds made available through the Department of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program.
Clay County has been chosen to receive $14,004 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in Clay County.

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