Thursday, December 8, 2005
By SUE WATSON
A 58-year-old Holly Springs business burned Wednesday, November 30, and was a total loss.
BizMedia, formerly known as Bailey Printing until the name was changed a couple of years ago, is owned by Joyce Wright and operated with the help of production manager Shelly Sharpe. Wright said customers can still get their jobs done and should call 252-2871 to check on orders or to place one. Messages are being checked several times a day, she said.
goes to Yazoo
A Marshall County jury has returned a guilty verdict and death sentence in a highly-publicized capital murder trial in Yazoo County.
The trial of Earnest Lee Hargon was concluded in three days of testimony and presentation of other evidence last week. Hargon was convicted Saturday in the murders of his cousin, Michael Hargon, 27, Michaels wife, Rebecca, 29, and the couples 4-year-old son, Patrick.
deputies nab forgery suspect
A Memphis woman was arrested early Saturday morning by Marshall County law officers and charged with uttering forgery and identity theft, according to sheriff Kenny Dickerson.
Decorated hero leaves medals to museum
One of Holly Springs offspring who fought in the Pacific theater in World War II found a home for his memorabilia.
County puts animal control on hold
The Marshall County Board of Supervisors voted to rescind a set of animal control ordinances recently until an animal kennel is in place.
Schools send supplies to Waveland
Holly Springs Intermediate School families and the Rust College library were on the giving end for a shipment of classroom supplies and books to Waveland School District two weeks ago.
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