Skip to main content

Archive - News Article

April 22nd, 2013

Poll worker training commences

April 22, 2013

Dozens of seasoned poll workers gathered Monday at City Hall to freshen up their election management skills during their Municipal Election poll worker training session.

To subscribe to the E-edition, please click here.

April 20th

Breland’s steady hands have built quite a collection

April 20, 2013

Some artists paint, others draw, and there are those who make pottery and jewelry.
Marguerite Breland builds and collects dolls.
She is an artist, and she has been building, collecting and repairing dolls for decades, all the while hand-sewing clothes for her little ones.

To subscribe to the E-edition, please click here.

Henry Clay gives community quality retirement option

April 20, 2013

They call themselves “a family of friends.”
It’s a motto the residents at the Henry Clay Hotel came up with for themselves according to the retirement community’s manager Dee Mathis.

To subscribe to the E-edition, please click here.

April 19th

Support one of our own: Fundraiser for Williams' film ends April 21

April 19, 2013

Michael Williams is a local filmmaker who has debuted numerous movies at the Ritz Theater and Conference Center in West Point. His films are quality and family-friendly, and they are local.
"OzLand" which will be filmed partially in West Point this summer is currently in production, and Williams is raising money to make the dream a reality.
Follow the link below to contribute to the creation of this film.

From the Director:

April 18th

Downtown spruce up already underway

April 18, 2013

A little paint can make a tremendous difference on a building.
A lot of paint can transform the look of an entire downtown.

To subscribe to the E-edition, please click here.

West Point schools head reacts to new education laws

April 18, 2013

Education reform went from a dream of most of the state’s conservative lawmakers to a reality on Wednesday, when Gov. Phil Bryant signed four laws known as the Education Works package which represents the most sweeping changes in state education policy since 1982.

To subscribe to the E-edition, please click here.

American Red Cross urges citizens to prepare for severe weather

April 18, 2013

JACKSON, – Mississippi is prone to severe thunderstorms and tornados, and the American Red Cross urges residents to take steps now to stay safer when severe weather threatens.
“By preparing together for severe thunderstorms, we can make our families safer and our communities stronger,” said Bob Devaney, emergency services director. “We can help you and your family create a disaster preparedness plan now, before our community is threatened by high winds, hail, lightning and excessive rainfall.”

April 17th

Pony in midst of negligence case

April 17, 2013

A civil case in which a mother is fighting for her son is still very much active in the United States Northern District Court of Mississippi, and the mother contends that The Pony club is partly to blame.

To subscribe to the E-edition, please click here.

Vance a perfect fit for CASA coordinator

April 17, 2013

Mary Jean Vance has been a part of the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) system in Clay County since its inception in the early 1990s.
On Wednesday, Vance was sworn in as Clay’s Volunteer Coordinator for CASA by Judge Tom Storey just before the county’s Drug Court deliberations began.

To subscribe to the E-edition, please click here.

Gov. Bryant signs sweeping education laws

April 17, 2013

The four education laws that were signed by Gov. Phil Bryant at Northwest Rankin High School on Wednesday were not as sweeping as most who supported them had originally hoped, but the legislation package represents the biggest changes in public education law since 1982.

To subscribe to the E-edition, please click here.

By Will Nations sports@dailytimesleader.com CEDAR BLUFF — The Rockin’ (sic) McRodeo is hosting a...
By Will Nations sports@dailytimesleader.com Concussions are a hot topic in the world of sports...
By Will Nations sports@dailytimesleader.com PHEBA — Hebron Christian School softball coach Cass...

 

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes