After Fridayâ€™s big rivalry win over Starkville, the Green Wave returned to the court to take on Noxubee County. The Wave were in a tight affair, but were able to pull away in the fourth quarter winning the game 73-62.
â€śI was worried about how we would start the game,â€ť commented Head Coach Brad Cox, â€śTwo big rivals Starkville and Noxubee County in a row; I just did not know how we would come out tonight.â€ť
Now that all of the high school football state championships have been played and everybody around the state has closed out their 2012 season, I wanted to look back at how well the young men of Clay County faired this past football season. All three Clay County schools (West Point, Oak Hill, and Hebron Christian) combined for a 25-11 record on the season, with two teams making the playoffs. The football teams in Clay County had grit and determination throughout the year. Taking on tough opponents, Clay County usually came away the victors.
The season of Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are usually spent with family and friends.
LTC Michael N. Cleveland led the 223rd on hopefully its last mission of the year Monday night. The West Point Engineer Battalion served as the Grand Marshall for the West Point Christmas parade. Above, soldiers of the 223rd wave to parade onlookers from a giant military vehicle on Commerce Street. More on Page 6. Photo by Bryan Davis
4-County Electric is offering its customers a number of unique options for payments these days.
These new payment methods are not only convenient for many customers who are currently using them, but they may help clients reduce long-term energy usage and lower the cost of electricity each month.
On Monday morning, 4-County held a press conference in its Columbus office announcing the full implementation of services that have been in the pilot stage since October.
A couple of weeks ago, commuters in downtown West Point drove down Main Street and Commerce Street to the pleasant surprise of Christmas lights and decorations.
Crews for the West Point Water and Light and the entire city electric department worked tireless hours and in a quick manner to get the decorations up for city residents.
A few days later, the crews were taking children of the community up in the cityâ€™s bucket trucks to allow them to place ornaments on the communityâ€™s Christmas tree at Sally Kate Winters Park.
Another movie crew is on hand in West Point, this time filming scenes for an upcoming documentary about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The title of the film will be â€śDiverge.â€ť Pictured is Director Chris Garmer talking to some of the actors/soldiers before filming a scene at the old Mary Holmes College campus on Saturday morning. Photos by Bryan Davis
Patrons of Pizza Inn last Wednesday night were greeted by high school students from the community who worked for tips to support a cause that is helping to prevent suicide.
â€śTo write love on her armsâ€ť is a non-profit movement dedicated to â€śpresenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self injury and suicide.â€ť
Sometimes itâ€™s the little things that do the most damage. That was certainly the case Thursday night for the Oak Hill Raiders in a 44-41 loss to Kirk Academy. Turnovers and free-throw shooting plagued the young team in a contest with plenty of opportunities to pull out the win. The Raiders gave the ball away 22 times, while only shooting 15-30 from the charity stripe.
Two nights after a blowout win over Heritage, Oak Hill hit the road again for a tough battle against Kirk Academy. In a 52-40 win for the Lady Raiders, the game was never decided until the very end. Despite a dismal first half, Stan Hugheyâ€™s squad never let the game slip out of reach and finally took the driverâ€™s seat on their way to a solid victory against a very competitive team.