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May 14th, 2013

City wins Brownfields Grant

May 14, 2013

City of West Point officials are proud that they are one of the 2013 recipients of two Brownfields grants awarded through the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Absentee voting in Ward 3 runoff continues

May 14, 2013

Jimmy Clark and Charles Collins will go head-to-head in a runoff for the city’s Ward 3 post on May 21.

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May 13th

Shots fired, police seek suspect

May 13, 2013

Not one, not two, but multiple residents in the area of Clark Circle reported hearing gunshots late Thursday night, and although no one was injured police are in search of individuals believed to be connected to the incident.

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Sheriff’s Department enters into two agreements

May 13, 2013

The Clay County Sheriff’s Department was granted authorization Thursday to enter into two agreements – one with the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks and one with an area grant writer.

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CCS: A year in review

May 13, 2013

If there’s one agency that stays busy for a great cause, that’s Community Counseling Services, which gave a glimpse this month into the status of the numerous programs it offers.

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May 10th

Sheriff’s deputy to serve as SRO

May 10, 2013

Keeping our campuses safe is of the utmost importance to trustees of the West Point School Board, who will soon welcome a Clay County Sheriff Deputy as the school resource officer for the West Point School District.

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Clay County has much work to do

May 10, 2013

It has been just over a week after the champaign bottles were popped in celebration of Clay County’s victory in economic development with the announcement of Yokohama Tire Corporation coming to town.

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West Point is on the map

May 10, 2013

When Richard Ramsey’s phone rings, the Howlin’ Wolf Blues Museum Director never knows who is going to be on the other end.

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May 9th

Twice as nice: Williamson, Kelly repeat doubles title

May 9, 2013

This journey to a back to back state championship began at the Ridgeland Tennis Center and late Wednesday afternoon the long road to a repeat ended in Ridgeland as Oak Hill Academy’s Kim Kelly and John Wesley Williamson defeated their Lamar School opponents, Olivia Mabry and Joseph Marcello, in three sets 6-1, 6-7, 6-4.

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Rasberry pens book to promote literacy

May 9, 2013

Nothing is more important than giving children the best start in life. Dr. Johnnie E. Rasberry wants to help parents with his book, “Hannibal’s Garden and the Friends That Helped Him.”

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