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September 22nd, 2010

New arrival

September 22, 2010

New arrival
Brooklyn Jane Cheatham

70 years together

September 22, 2010

70 years together

Marvin and Mary Emma Glass celebrated their 70th Wedding Anniversary on Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2010. They celebrated their anniversary visiting friends and relatives and enjoying cards and flowers sent by those wishing them all the best on this special day.

Darsey, Murray engagement

September 22, 2010

Darsey, Murray engagement

Robert and Mary Lou Darsey of West Point, are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Janna Marie Darsey, to Timothy Brant Murray, son of Lemuel and Jean Murray of McCall Creek.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Maxine Hinshaw of West Point and the late Allen Hinshaw, Otis Darsey of Natchez, and the late Benjamin Darsey.

Aust, Smith engagement

September 22, 2010

Aust, Smith engagement

Glennda Millsaps Aust and Jim L. Aust both of DeKalb, are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Brandi Nicole Aust to Tyson Ruffin Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graham of Philadelphia, and Butch Smith of DeKalb.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hendrix, of DeKalb, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Millsaps, of West Point, and Mr. and Mrs. L.L. “Bubba” Aust, also of DeKalb. She is the great - granddaughter of Mrs. Jean Coleson of Starkville.

Aust, Smith engagement

September 22, 2010

Aust, Smith engagement

Glennda Millsaps Aust and Jim L. Aust both of DeKalb, are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Brandi Nicole Aust to Tyson Ruffin Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Graham of Philadelphia, and Butch Smith of DeKalb.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hendrix, of DeKalb, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Millsaps, of West Point, and Mr. and Mrs. L.L. “Bubba” Aust, also of DeKalb. She is the great - granddaughter of Mrs. Jean Coleson of Starkville.

Senior Lady Eagles to play final regular seaosn game

September 22, 2010

For 14 of the girls listed on the Hebron Christian Eagles softball roster this season, there will be at least one more year of high school fast pitch.
For seven girls, one third of the entire team, tomorrow night’s game against Winston will be their final regular season match. The upcoming playoffs will give them a reprieve, but eventually, these seven girls will play their last out for Hebron.

Senior Diamond Raiders honored

September 22, 2010

Monday night was bitter-sweet for the four members of the Oak Hill Academy Diamond Raider softball team.
The crowd, which was on hand to watch the varsity team be beaten by Hebron 11-0, also had to say good-bye to the team’s four seniors who have played so well for the Lady Raiders.
Abby Falkner, Anne Stevens, Mary Helon Hays and Paige Dawkins were presented roses and honored with their parents between the varsity and junior varsity games with Hebron.

Wave prepare for first in-state road trip

September 22, 2010

On Friday night, the West Point Green Wave (3-1) will be traveling in their first in-state road football game of 2010. Three weeks ago, the Wave traveled to Dayton Beach, Fla. to play Mainland High School.
Other than that, West Point has had home field advantage. In week one, they hosted Shannon in a 39-14 win.
They followed that up with the big road win at Daytona, but returned to be beaten by Starkville 21-20. Last week, they got back on the winning track, with a 28-13 win over a very good Noxubee County team.
On Friday, they will be going to play the 2-2 Rams of Indianola-Gentry.

Raiders return home, hoping for second win against Carroll

September 22, 2010

Oak Hill is coming off a breakout game from last Friday night. Taking out some early-season frustrations on the Eagles of Hebron Christian Academy, the Raiders knocked off their cross-county opponents 46-12.
Making it a 1-4 overall record on the season, it was back to business as usual for Oak Hill head coach Leroy Gregg and his players on Monday. Gregg said there was intensity on the practice field, but it was no different than any of the other weeks after a game.

September 21st

Cadence's Future In Hands of OCC

September 21, 2010

Cadence Bank of Starkville could be forced to sale or merge if the bank cannot meet capital requirements of a May consent order, according to a report by the Mississippi Business Journal.
The order was issued by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and signed by Cadence on May 19 of this year, and Cadence reportedly had until Sunday, Sept. 19 to meet the deadline. The MBJ report states that Cadence ended the second quarter with a net loss of $1.6 million and a Tier 1 leverage ratio of 5.25 percent, well short of the OCC's order to reach a minimum Tier 1 ratio of 9 percent.

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