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March 12th, 2013

Hebron baseball takes on East Webster tourney

March 12, 2013

The Hebron Christian Eagles were rained out Monday in Mathiston as the weather was not condusive for baseball.

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Atkins shines at All-Star game

March 12, 2013

An Oak Hill Lady Raider received the honor of playing in the MAIS AA and AAA basketball All-Star game, Friday March 8th at Jackson Prep.

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City Prosecutor May Be Selected Soon

March 12, 2013

At least four weeks have passed since West Point Municipal Court proceeded with a city prosecutor, but that could change as early as tonight.

Last week during a work session of the West Point Board of Mayor and Selectmen, the board discussed the city prosecutor's position, which was left vacant several weeks ago with the election of Angela Turner-Lairy to the State Senate. During their work session Mayor Scott Ross noted that only two applications for city prosecutor had been submitted to City Hall as of last Thursday.

March 11th

District 36 Special Election held Tuesday

March 11, 2013

So who will it be? Who will represent the majority of Clay County and portions of Lowndes and Monroe counties over the next four years in the Mississippi House of Representatives?

March 9th

Man Jailed For Drugs After Fleeing Officers

March 9, 2013

A Thursday night traffic stop on East Main quickly escalated into a hot pursuit down Eshman Ave. where one man was eventually caught, arrested and charged with multiple offenses.

March 8th

“Kane” brings big crowd to Ritz, impresses all

March 8, 2013

By Bryan Davis
Daily Times Leader

Ticket buyers lined the stairway inside the Ritz Theater on Thursday night, as the standing room only crowd that paid to see the premier of Michael Williams’ “Kane” watched the film, not a one disappointed.

Celebrating 60 years together

March 8, 2013

Former longtime West Point residents James Lewis and Bennie Faye Keller, celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary in their home in Collinsville, March 7, with family and friends. Captain Keller retired from the Mississippi Army National Guard in West Point, after more than 22 years of service and can also be remembered from Keller Construction Company, which he ran for many years in the local area. Most West Point residents should still remember Bennie Faye Keller for her more than 47 years of work at the Bryan Public Library where she retired as the longest working employee to date.

Hebron falls 7-3 at home to Stars

March 8, 2013

By Will Nations
Daily Times Leader

On Thursday night, the Hebron Christian Eagles were in district 3-A competition playing host to the Winona Christian School Stars.

Leake fails to hold lead against unbeaten Raiders

March 8, 2013

By Will Nations
Daily Times Leader

Thursday, Oak Hill Academy hit the road for their second away game of the season and the final game of the two-game series between Leake Academy in Madden.

Alleged attempted suicide incident clarified

March 8, 2013

Eyes grew big in the early part of last week when an area broadcast news agency released a report alleging that a West Point police officer attempted suicide on East Main Street in West Point, but West Point Police Chief Tim Brinkley said almost the entire television report is false.

In Sunday's print version of the Daily Times Leader Brinkley addresses the incident as well as what was reported by the television media earlier this week.

To read the full story, pick up a copy of Sunday's print Daily Times Leader.

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