Thursday, November 3, 2005
|Hit, run on
plug creates havoc
By SUE WATSON
Normal traffic flow on the main south entrance to the city, Craft Street, was disrupted for 24 hours beginning at about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. A car hit a fire plug, snapping the line below the plug.
strives to accelerate learning
Dr. Hank Bounds, state superintendent of education, came to Marshall County last week with a focus on lifting student achievement.
County focuses on goals of strategic plan
Marshall County strategic planning committees are trying to link local institutions with the goals in the strategic plan, a document that outlines inititatives to improve industry, education, community development, public health and safety and the economy.
Fall festivals bring out folks for fun, charity
October wound down in Holly Springs with two festivals and lots of Halloween fun at area schools and churches.
Head Start celebrates 40th year
ICS Head Start said thank you to its stakeholders at a recent luncheon at Annies Restaurant. Three employees who have worked 40 years with the corporation were honored at the celebration.
Early deadlines for Thanksgiving
The South Reporter announces early deadlines for its Thanksgiving edition, Thursday, Nov. 24.
Deadline for all classified advertising will be Friday, Nov. 18, at 12 noon.
Deadline for all display advertising, legal notices, news and photographs will be Friday, Nov. 18, at 5 p.m.
The South Reporter will be printed a day earlier than usual, on Tuesday, Nov. 22.
That weeks newspaper will be received by local subscribers via mail on Wednesday, Nov. 23, the day before Thanksgiving.
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