Thursday, June 2, 2005
career reaches milestone
Holly Springs doctor gets states top small business honor
Five Mississippi small business leaders were honored at the 2005 Small Business Week Celebration and Awards Luncheon held in Holly Springs last week.
Bypass hits snag
The completion of the north Holly Springs bypass road has hit another snag after the board of supervisors rebid the project.
Veterans light eternal flame
The eternal flame is once again lit and will burn continuously at the Veterans Memorial in Holly Springs, thanks to the Marshall County Board of Supervisors and the City of Holly Springs.
Towns pick leaders June 7
Voters in two Marshall County municipalities go to the polls next Tuesday, June 7, to pick their governing officials.
Kudzu Festival starts Thursday
Mississippis 17th annual Kudzu Festival, highlighted by a carnival, gospel jamboree and rodeo, will be Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 2-4, at Thomas Arena in Holly Springs.
Four in 155th killed in Iraq
The Mississippi National Guard announced last week the deaths of four soldiers who were supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom as members of the 155th Brigade Combat Team. The deaths brought the losses from the 155th since January this year to 10, according to radio news sources.
Foster grandparent program seeks applicants
Two or three individuals are being sought for training as foster grandparents for the school year beginning in August, according to Arledia Bennett, director of the Lafayette County Foster Grandparent Program.
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