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May 15th

Noon Tunes is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

May 15, 2013

The West Point Clay County Arts Council recently hosted Noon Tunes at the Bryan Public Library. The talented musicians tickled the ivories with Music from the Movies. The pianists performing were Patti Clay, Justin Estes and Hannah Garbutt. Garbutt entertained the crowd by playing supercalifragilisticexpialidocious UPSIDE DOWN!! Our next Noon Tunes will be Wednesday, June 12, at the library. Photo and cutline submitted

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Pittman’s scheme an insult to the taxpayers

May 15, 2013

On Tuesday night, some members of the West Point Board of Selectmen crossed that fine line between utter incompetence and gross absurdity.
We’ve seen this board pull some in the past, but Tuesday night’s motion by Ward 5 Selectmen Jasper Pittman, which called for the city to retain an attorney who would be tasked with looking for improprieties in the May 7 election is not only absurd but in this editor’s opinion is an insult to the taxpayers of the community.

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May 14th

Make and share: Cinnamon Rolls

May 14, 2013

Nobody that reads this column would ever believe that I am actually on a diet. Maybe one day I will talk about healthy food, however, today is not that day. Instead, I’m going to talk about cinnamon rolls.

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May 13th

Garbutt, Estes return to Noon Tunes with Mary Marlin

May 13, 2013

The West Point/Clay County Arts Council will present Noon Tunes at the Bryan Public Library.
Patti Clay, Hannah Garbutt, Mary Marlin and Justin Estes will entertain on the grand piano with music from the movies. Everyone is encouraged to bring a lunch and enjoy this free event in the Esther Pippin meeting room. Drinks and desserts will be provided. For more information call 494-5678.

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May 10th

Summerall: Happy Mother’s Day

May 10, 2013

I just thought that all of us mom’s could use a little shout-out today.
We truly have the toughest job on earth. If you don’t think so, you’re either not a mother or you’re simply not very good at it.

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May 9th

Fuller will be missed

May 9, 2013

I would like to take a moment to thank Mrs. Wendy Fuller, our former Clay County Election Commissioner for all of the hard work and years she has put in with the county.
On Thursday morning, the Clay County Board of Supervisors voted to dismiss Fuller as an Election Commissioner. The vote was 3-2.
The board had a tough job to do, and they did it the best way that it could have been handled.
The circumstances surrounding Fuller’s dismissal should not blemish her overall record of service to the citizens of Clay County.

May 8th

Should Mississippi embrace Common Core Standards in totality

May 8, 2013

This week, Dr. Lynn H. House, Interim Superintendent of Education for the state of Mississippi issued a plea to citizens and educators within our state to embrace the Common Core Standards.

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DAR installs new officers

May 8, 2013

The Horseshoe Robertson Chapter of the NSDAR are pleased to announce their new officers for 2013-2014. The Daughter’s of the American Revolution met Wednesday at noon at the home of retiring Regent Laney Wooten. New officers pictured are, front row (from left) Registrar-Esther Pippin, Chaplain-Marguerite Breland, Parliamentarian-Mary Dean Dill, back row (from left) Vice Regent- Lucille South and Regent-Gaynell Duke. Not pictured are, Treasurer-Patricia Harris, Secretary-Brenda Edwards and Historian-Jeanette Unger. Submitted Photo

May 7th

Coker continues to fight the good fight

May 8, 2013

There are few words in the English language that can cause as much horror and dread than the diagnosis of cancer.

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May 6th

Rain or shine, Relay for Life is a go

May 6, 2013

Those who dedicate themselves every year to raising money for the American Cancer Society, are down to the final preparations for the 2013 Clay County Relay For Life. Inclement weather will not put a damper on the event.

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