Thursday, July 14, 2005
Local News Briefs
League moves annual conference to August
Many officials from Marshall County municipalities had planned to attend. The conference has tentatively been rescheduled for August 28-31 in Biloxi at the Gulf Coast Coliseum and Convention Center.
The Mississippi Municipal League is a private association representing municipalities in Mississippi. Its mission is to provide leadership necessary to enable Mississippis municipal officials to build consensus among themselves, as well as the capacity to influence public policy decisions at the local, state and federal levels of government.
Established in 1931, MML represents 297 city, town and village governments in Mississippi. MML is also affiliated with the National League of Cities, a lobbying, legislative and legal arm representing municipalities before the U.S. Congress.
troops; barbecue set for Saturday at Armory
Proceeds go to help our Holly Springs soldiers in Iraq, Troop A 98th Cavalry. Donations are needed to purchase supplies.
The plates will be $7 a plate and will include BBQ meat, buns, baked beans and slaw.
For more information call 252-2812 or 333-7345.
police respond to 36 calls, make seven arrests
Chief Mike Novay released the following report four alarm calls, 16 miscellaneous, five escorts, two motor vehicle accidents, four fires, two disturbances, one domestic call and two assists.
Police officers wrote 13 citations.
Chief Novay said officers made seven arrests on the following charges:
drive set for Friday at Benton Extension Service
The blood drive will be held from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Everyones support is appreciated.
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