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February 13th, 2013

Hebron eliminated from postseason

February 13, 2013

The Lady Eagles took on Sharkey-Issequena Academy in the opening round of the MAIS A North Central Tournament on the campus of Calhoun Academy.
Hebron Christian jumped out to an early 18-11 lead in the first half, but were outscored by Sharkey 15-3 in the second quarter giving the Lady Confederates a 26-21 advantage going into halftime. The Lady Eagles answered during the third quarter regaining the lead with three minutes left in the quarter and closed the third leading 33-32. Foul trouble hampered Hebron in the fourth quarter allowing Sharkey to pull away and defeat Hebron 59-40.

A classic at New Hope: Wave unable to survive Trojan rally

February 13, 2013

It only takes a second for a team to win or lose a game. This statement always seems to hold true especially during the postseason of basketball, a sport known for exciting finishes.
The West Point Green Wave entered into the district 2 5-A tournament after a 14-11 regular season and going 3-3 within region play. The five-hundred district record landed the Wave as the third-seed in the region tournament at New Hope and set a date with Lowndes County foe, the New Hope Trojans.

Lady Wave exit District 2 5-A early

February 13, 2013

The Lady Wave entered into the district 2 5-A tournament and were hoping to have good showing to start off the postseason. A four o’clock start time left a near empty gym at New Hope High School as the three-seeded West Point took on two-seeded Oxford.
The Lady Chargers are a veteran team which pulls leadership from Clarion-Ledger Dandy Dozen Alexus Malone. A young Lady Wave had struggled with Oxford in the previous two meetings and dropped both games.

Happy Valentine’s Day

February 13, 2013

Area florists and gift shops are ready for today’s Valentine deliveries of balloons, stuffed animals, candy and flowers. At Petal Pushers, Barbara Reed takes an order for Valentines Day gifts from Kelsey Malone. Photo by Donna Summerall

Jones becomes first African American city judge

February 13, 2013

It was a proud and humbling moment Tuesday night for longtime West Point attorney Bennie Jones, who received a hearty round of applause after the city of West Point hired him as the first African American Municipal Court Judge.
The decision by the West Point Board of Mayor and Selectman came just one week after current Municipal Court Judge Mark Cliett submitted a letter to the board stating he would be stepping down as judge effective February 28.

City passes resolution in support of D.A.R.E.

February 13, 2013

Few people would argue that a program aimed at keeping children from abusing drugs and alcohol is not a great initiative, but unfortunately some such programs on the local level just don’t have the funding it needs.
That includes the West Point Police Department’s Drug Abuse Resistance Education program, which currently receives funding only from fundraising activities and West Point’s Prairie Opportunity Center.

Sharron Ann Hall

February 13, 2013

Sharron Ann Hall age 60, passed away Wednesday, February 6, 2013, at her home.
Funeral services are Friday, February 15, 2013, at 1 p.m. from Johnson Creek M.B. Church in Pheba. The Rev. Bruce Guyton will be officiating. Burial will follow in Antioch Cemetery.
Visitation is today, Thursday, February 14, 2013. from 3 – 6 p.m. at Carter’s Mortuary Services Chapel.
Carter’s Mortuary Services is in charge of arrangements.

James Prentice Hardister Jr.

February 13, 2013

James Prentice Hardister Jr., age 79, passed away Sunday, February 10, 2013, in Madison County General Hospital of Jackson, Tenn.
Mr. Hardister was preceded in death by his parents, James Prentice Hardister Sr. and Mable Bridgewater Hardister.
He was a member of the Whiteville Masonic Lodge No. 148 F. & A.M., a member of Poplar Corner Baptist Church and he spent his life as a car dealer. He was general manager of Bob Scofield Ford in Arab, Ala., and a general manager of Bob Scofield Chrysler, Jeep Dealership in Decatur, Ala.

February 12th

Get ready for Clay County Gridiron Review

February 12, 2013

It’s been a longtime coming, but it’s finally going to be here this week. The first-ever Clay County Gridiron Review magazine will be on the shelves late this week at the Daily Times Leader. Get ready to come by and pick up your copy for only $1 at the Daily Times Leader office. Photo by Bryan Davis

Oak Hill Raiders one win away from state tourney

February 12, 2013

Head coach Brian Middleton and his group of young men set out on two goals at the beginning of the season; win twenty or more games and secondly to make the AA State Tournament.
Tonight, the Raiders will take on Central Hinds Academy in the second round of the AA North State tournament at Leake Academy in a game that could clinch a berth into the AA State Tournament and their twentieth win.

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