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March 23rd, 2013

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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Absentee voting for District 36 runoff begins

March 21, 2013

There are two elections on the minds of citizens in Clay County; one, the April 2 runoff election for Mississippi Representative District 36 and the other, the upcoming May 7 Primary Election for municipal offices.

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March 20th

Sidewalk safety project awaiting approval

March 20, 2013

When the schoolhouse is just two or three blocks down from an adolescent’s house, it sort of makes sense for a parent to allow that child to walk or bike to school. However, parents want nothing more than for their child, who commutes independently, to make it to school safely as possible.

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Alleged scrap metal thief arrested

March 20, 2013

An investigation of stolen scrap metal began two weeks ago through the West Point Police Department, and thanks to a helpful lead in the case at least one arrest has been made.

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March 19th

City adjusting to inmate labor changes

March 19, 2013

Things have changed in Mississippi when it comes to state inmate labor.

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D.A.R.E resolution passes private committee

March 19, 2013

Clay County law enforcement officials have seen their fair share of drug problems in West Point and Clay County and continue to work diligently to keep illegal drugs off the streets – and out of the reach of children.

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