Thursday, May 4, 2005
all aldermen reelected
There will be no change in City of Holly Springs government, according to unofficial election totals Tuesday.
Mayor Andre DeBerry and incumbent aldermen Tim Liddy, Russell Johnson, Naylond Hayes, Garrie Colhoun and Nancy Hutchens were all reelected.
A 72-year career as a newspaper columnist came to an end last week with a reception and resolution from the mayor and board of aldermen.
Sting nets cash, drugs
The Mississippi Third Judicial Narcotics Enforcement Team spearheaded a saturation campaign April 22 in Marshall County, making numerous felony drug arrests and seizing both drugs and drug money, according to Sheriff Kenny Dickerson.
Seniors get pep talks at county Jobs Summit
Many words of encouragement, wisdom and good ole-fashion advice were passed on to graduating seniors last week at the first ever Education and Jobs Summit in Marshall County.
Film company makes documentary of local attraction
A New York City-based film company TCB Productions is making a visit to Holly Springs from May 5-14. The reason for their stop in town is a documentary film about the life of Paul MacLeod and his Elvis-themed attraction Graceland Too located at 200 E. Gholson. This will be the sixth and most likely their final visit.
County adopts zoning changes
The Marshall County Board of Supervisors adopted changes in zoning ordinances, subdivision regulations and new zoning maps at a public hearing Monday, May 2.
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