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November 5th, 2010

Elizabeth Kaye Alexander

November 5, 2010

Kaye Alexander

Kaye Alexander, age 60, passed away, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010, at her residence in West Point.
Elizabeth Kaye Alexander was born Dec. 21, 1949, in Amory, to the late Bertie Lou Tate Shields and Elizie Byrd Shields.
Ms. Alexander was a loan officer and secretary for Renasant Bank where she began in 1978. She was a member of First Baptist Church of West Point.

Vincent Otis Tubbs

November 5, 2010

Vincent Otis Tubbs

Vincent Otis Tubbs, age 44, passed away Friday, Oct. 29, 2010, at Universal Medical Center in Jackson.
Funeral services are Friday, Nov. 5, 2010, at 1 p.m. from Third Mt. Olive M.B. Church, with the Rev. Al Lathan officiating. Burial will follow in Greenwood Cemetery.
Visitation is today, from 3 – 6 p.m. at Carter's Mortuary Services Chapel.
Carter's Mortuary Services is in charge of arrangements.

Sally Kate Winters Hosts Holiday T-Shirt Fundraiser

November 5, 2010

Sally Kate Winters Family Services, a United Way agency, is having its annual holiday t-shirt fundraiser to help raise money in support of the social and family services it offers to the community.
This year’s t-shirt theme is Believe in the Magic, and the shirts, designed by board member Scott Reed, features one of Santa’s own little helpers all dressed up and ready for the holidays.

November 4th

Candidates Prepare for Run-Off Elections

November 4, 2010

Though the results of Tuesday’s elections may not be official until Nov. 9, it appears that there will be a run-off between Lee Coleman and Nebra Porter, candidates for the position of Circuit Court Judge-Place 3 for District 16.
The total number of votes from the unofficial results for Clay, Lowndes, Oktibbeha and Noxubee Counties, the counties that the new judge will represent, is 36,696 without write-ins. Coleman received a total of 14,456 votes while Porter received 11,748. Since neither candidate received 50 percent of the total votes plus one, there will be a run-off.

Community Counseling Loses Services Due to Cuts

November 4, 2010

Several programs through Community Counseling in the Golden Triangle were taken away due to recent cuts in funding, and dozens who needed those services are now having to fend for themselves or find help elsewhere.
Lori Latham, Oktibbeha County Administrator for Community Counseling, said the Skills Workshop Program for the Developmentally Delayed, which taught individuals life skills, officially shut down Friday because the $85,000 annual funds for the program ran out. Latham said she won't know when more funds will become available to start the program back up again.

November 3rd

Run-Off Between Coleman and Porter Appears Imminent

November 3, 2010

A tight three-way race for the newly-created Place 3 Circuit Court seat culminated on Tuesday night, with local attorneys Lee Coleman and Nebra Porter appearing to be destined for a runoff.
The seat covers the 4-county area of Lowndes, Clay, Noxubee and Oktibbeha, and the three candidates – Coleman, Porter, and local attorney Bob Marshall – were in a dead heat for most of the night, though Coleman used big showings in Lowndes and Oktibbeha to win the popular vote, though he didn't earn the required 50+ percent needed to win outright.

November 2nd

DTL print edition running late

November 3, 2010

Due to a major electrical problem with the printing press, today's print edition of the Daily Times Leader had to be printed at a different location than usual. This means there will be a delivery delay for the newspaper.

All local news content -- including local election results -- in today's edition will be posted on the website as soon as possible to be available for viewing.

The Daily Times Leader staff apologizes to its readers for the inconvenience. Subscribers will receive a newspaper as soon as possible. The DTL staff thanks its subscribers for understanding.

Oak Hill coach leaving position after three years

November 2, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
Four years ago, Leroy Gregg was asked to take over the reigns as head coach of the Oak Hill Academy Raiders. For the last three seasons, the 35-year veteran coach has been at the helm of the Raider program, but after Friday night’s season-ending loss to Winston, Gregg announced that he will not return for a fourth season.
“The first week in October, I went to the doctor so I could get some medicine refilled,” Gregg said. “I found out that I’ve sort of let my health slip a little bit. I had some disturbing blood pressure and cholesterol numbers.”

Green Wave look to repeat 2009 season record on Friday

November 2, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The West Point Green Wave (9-1; 6-0) football team can smell repeat. If they win on the road, at Hernando, this Friday night, they will have repeated one more aspect from the 2009 season.
Last Friday night’s victory over the Clarksdale Wildcats gave the Green Wave the Region I crown. A win at Hernando will give the Green Wave the exact same regular season record as last year.
West Point will be facing a very good Tigers team, which comes into the game with an overall 7-4 record and a 4-2 district mark.

Lady Raiders rebound to win first game

November 2, 2010

By Bryan Davis
Sports Editor
The Oak Hill Academy Lady Raiders (1-0) got to shake off the rust on Monday night, playing the first in a series of three games at the Indianola Tournament.
Surviving some first game jitters in the opening half, the Lady Raiders rallied past Marvel Academy 35-25.
“We were too hyped up early,” said Oak Hill head coach Stan Hughey. “We got to missing shots and lost a little confidence.”
The Lady Raiders were shutout completely in the first quarter, leaving the opening period down 4-0 to Marvel.

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