Thursday, August 25, 2005

A Perfect Score
• Holly High student scores 500 on state biology test

Academic success is no stranger to the Govan family, but this time one of its members has accomplished something no other student in Marshall County history has done – scored a perfect 500 on one of the Mississippi Subject Area Tests.

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Officials gather to boost Chickasaw

By SUE WATSON
Staff Writer

Bill Renick, executive director of Marshall County Industrial Authority, said he is pleased with the unity shown by local, state and Congressional representatives, state agencies, and planning development districts to find money for infrastructure at the Expanded Chickasaw Trails Industrial Park.

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Two face burglary charges

By SUE WATSON
Staff Writer

Two suspects were arrested last week and charged with burglary of a commercial building, according to Marshall County Sheriff Kenny Dickerson.

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Budget planning awaits TVA rate approval

By SUE WATSON
Staff Writer

Planning for the City of Holly Springs fiscal year 2005-06 budget has been delayed while the mayor and board of aldermen wait for Tennessee Valley Authority to announce its approval of an electricity rate increase for Holly Springs Utility Department (HSUD).

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Organization focuses on preserving heritage

The inaugural meeting of “Preserve Marshall County & Holly Springs, Inc.” was held Tuesday, July 12, at Fitch Farms-Galena Plantation.

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Chamber slates business breakfasts

By SUE WATSON
Staff Writer

The Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a new series of small business breakfasts and roundtable discussions beginning Thursday, Sept. 1 at 7 a.m.

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Holly Springs police report auto break-ins

Several automobiles were broken into last week, according to a report from the Holly Springs Police Department.

Chief Patricia Selman released the following incidents:

  • Aug. 15 - stolen bicycle in the 100 block of Hopewell. Bicycle is described as a gray, 15-speed with blue handle grips.
  • Aug. 16 - breaking and entering of automobile in the 300 block of W. Rencher. A Jensen CD player was taken from the vehicle.
  • Aug. 17 - breaking and entering of automobile in the 100 block of Gholson Ave. A purse was stolen along with various forms of personal identification.
  • Aug. 17 - breaking and entering of automobile in the 300 block of N.W. Boundary. Victim reports that radio, wallet and checkbook were taken from the vehicle.
  • Aug. 18 - breaking and entering of automobile in the 100 block of Sunset Acres. A Pioneer CD player, two speakers and a 500 watt amp were reportedly taken.
  • Aug. 18 - breaking and entering of automobile. A Kenwood radio was taken from the vehicle parked on the square.
  • Aug. 22 - A Husky air tool kit was taken from the back of a 1999 maroon four-wheel drive pickup while parked in a parking lot. The air tool kit was reportedly in a black case with red lettering.

Anyone having information regarding any of these incidents or property listed above should contact the Holly Springs Police Department at 662-252-2122 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-729-2169.

Any information provided is strictly confidential. There is no reason to leave a name. Crime Stoppers will pay a reward up to $1,000 if a caller’s information leads to an arrest.


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