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April 24th, 2013

John Clifton Gable

April 24, 2013

John Clifton Gable, 78, passed away, on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at The Sanctuary Hospice House, in Tupelo. John Clifton Gable was born February 13, 1935 in Vardaman, Mississippi to the late Mattie Virginia McCullough and Waites Gable. He was a member of First United Methodist Church. Mr. Gable worked with USF & G Insurance Company for 36 years as an adjuster in Natchez, Greenwood, Greenville, Jackson and the state office in Meridian serving as claims supervisor until his retirement in 1992. He was a graduate of the University of Mississippi.

Williams priming for senior finale

April 24, 2013

1,519 rushing yards in his junior year and the A-train is ready to leave the station and carry the load a little bit further down the track this coming fall. Possibly to Jackson and Mississippi Veterans’ Memorial Stadium in December.

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Bonnye Jo Hagler Kenney

April 24, 2013

Bonnye Jo Hagler Kenney age 90, of Huntsville, Ala., passed away Wednesday, October 31, 2012, at home with her family at her bedside.
Mrs. Kenney was a longtime member of Mayfair Church of Christ. Bonnye Kenney graduated from West Point High School in 1941. Her career at Redstone Arsenal began August 7, 1952, and ended with her retirement December 30, 1983. She was Chief of Disbursing Branch, Finance and Accounting Division.

Seniors say goodbye at West Point Senior Night

April 24, 2013

Pictured is the West Point Baseball’s Senior Class of 2013. From left to right; Riley Morton, Eric Lemus, Freddie Reed, Courtney Goss, Bradley Ewings, Woodrow Prince, and Tez Lane. The seniors concluded their Green Wave careers with a 4-1 win over the Columbus Falcons at Taylor Park on Tuesday. Photo by Will Nations

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West Point: Through the wilderness

April 24, 2013

The last time the Green Wave were victorious on the baseball diamond was March 5 against rival Starkville at Taylor Park. West Point, Tuesday evening, was hoping to end an 18-game skid to close out the 2013 campaign.

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Citizens encouraged to make Capitol trip

April 24, 2013

Though detail remain to be heard on a potential industrial project that’s said to possibly have a great impact on Clay County, citizens from the community are encouraged to make the trip to the Capitol on tomorrow for the special legislative session that was called on Wednesday by Gov. Phil Bryant.

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Gov. Phil Bryant's official proclamation for Friday's special session

April 24, 2013

STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
A PROCLAMATION
BY THE
GOVERNOR
WHEREAS, by the provisions of Section 121 of the Constitution of the State of Mississippi, the Governor is vested with the power to convene, by public Proclamation, the Legislature in Extraordinary Session whenever, in his judgment, the public interest requires it;
and
WHEREAS, it is my judgment that the public interest requires that the Legislature be convened in Extraordinary Session for the consideration of the matter hereinafter stated:

Session to be held on Friday

April 24, 2013

A much-anticipated special session has been called of the legislature by Gov. Phil Bryant.
On Friday morning at 10 a.m., the legislature will reconvene just a short while after departing the capitol following a 90-day legislative session.
This time, the legislature is reported to be discussing economic incentives related to an industrial project that may be wanting to break ground in Clay County.
The Daily Times Leader will be at the capitol in order to bring our web readers live updates on any discussions related to our community.

April 23rd

Green Wave O-Line winning in the trenches

April 23, 2013

Technique, physicality , and aggressiveness. These are the three words that West Point offensive line coach Casey Welch presses on his boys every practice until they may get tired of hearing it. But this push on technique, physicality, and aggressiveness is the most valuable assets to the downhill running attack of the Green Wave offense. Without a tight unit in front of the backfield, all havoc could break loose and limited success on the offensive side of the football would be the result.

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Yard of the Month

April 23, 2013

The West Point Home and Garden Club announced its choice for April’s Yard of the Month, 502 Avalon St. Photo by Donna Summerall

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