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March 19th, 2013

Sundbeck honored with Patriot Award

March 19, 2013

Milton Sundbeck, owner of Southern Ionics is honored with his second Patriot Award at the corporation’s main office on Tuesday. The Mississippi Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, a Department of Defense operational committee bestowed the award in recognition of Sundbeck’s “extraordinary support” of Ron Howell, who has been deployed twice as an employee of Southern Ionics. Pictured are Larry Swartz (ESGR), Sundbeck, Howell and Wendy Howell’s Ron’s wife. Howell will be featured in the Daily Times Leader’s March 31 annual Profile. Photo by Bryan Davis

Court Considering Dismissal of Reckless Disregard Suit

March 19, 2013

The reckless disregard lawsuit filed in 2011 against the city of West Point by Clay County resident Natalie Stafford continues to make its way through federal court this week, but may be dismissed under defense claims brought forth by the city.

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March 18th

Storm hits quickly, leaves destruction behind

March 18, 2013

It came within a matter of minutes. Snapping trees in two, ripping power lines from utility polls, knocking one lady to the ground.

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Clay job seekers still feeling brunt of recession

March 18, 2013

Last fall, Clay County and West Point signed on to be a part of the Golden Triangle Development LINK.

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March 16th

Intercollegiate Rodeo competition to be hosted in Clay County

March 16, 2013

West Point will be cowboying up this upcoming week as the East Mississippi Community College rodeo team will host their inaugural rodeo March 21-23 here in West Point.

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Acker, Wilkerson withdraw from city election

March 16, 2013

Two residents of West Point, who recently submitted their intentions to run for selectmen seats, made the decision last week to withdraw their names from the running.

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March 14th

Ward shares area stories that span centuries

March 14, 2013

Rufus Ward does not need a script.
Other than a small outline on a scrap of paper, the West Point native and historian had no written dissertation to read from when he talks history.

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City all aboard attempts to repair train museum

March 14, 2013

Terry Craig inserts an electrical plug into the wall inside of the office at the Sam Wilhite Transportation Museum.

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March 13th

Certified numbers confirm Longstreet, Gibbs in April 2 runoff

March 13, 2013

The absentees and affidavits have been counted, and the projected April 2 runoff between Karl Gibbs and Eddie Longstreet has now become official.

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Shirley reappointed to school board, Davidson named prosecutor

March 13, 2013

It took a while and some debating between the West Point Board of Selectman, but the body eventually reappointed Art Shirley to the West Point School Board on Tuesday night.

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