Thursday, October 27, 2005
weekend ahead in Holly Springs
Enchanted Forest, Harvest Fest, Clydesdale event for hurricane relief slated for Saturday
Finding something to do this Saturday in Holly Springs should not be a problem.
Lots of events for the entire family are on tap for the final weekend in October leading up to Halloween on Monday, Oct. 31. Some of the activities include the Enchanted Forest Autumn Celebration, the Harvest Festival and the Clydesdale Festival.
McDonald new city clerk
Belinda McDonald will be stepping in to the city clerks position at Holly Springs City Hall in mid-November.
Utility concerned about collections in winter
Tom Boone, general manager of Holly Springs Utility Department, said he is worried how those on fixed incomes are going to pay high utility bills this winter. The September bill from Tennessee Valley Authority in September was $1.5 million, up from about $1.1 million for the month in past years, he said.
Librarys Betsy Kent garden moves forward with furniture
The Marshall County Librarys garden left in memory of Betsy Kent expanded last week with the installation of a sitting area.
Daylight Savings Time ends Oct. 30. Set clocks back one hour.
Communications Week at Rust College draws distinguished guests
Rust Colleges Mass Communications Week is all about bringing back graduates to the community who have excelled in their fields, said Paul Lampley with the college.
Commons on fast track
Construction at the Holly Springs Commons is being moved forward at an accelerated pace with several measures approved by the board of aldermen September 18, upon recommendation of Don Hollingsworth with public works.
Investigation remains open in mans death pending autopsy
Marshall County Coroner John Garrison has ordered an autopsy following the death of a man living in the Barton area, according to Sheriff Kenny Dickerson.
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