Thursday, February 10, 2005

City, county to replace Chulahoma Ave. bridge
By SUE WATSON
Staff Writer

The City of Holly Springs and Marshall County are partnering to replace the bridge at Chulahoma Avenue.

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School board gets input on search
By CHAVALE Q. CONNER
Contributing Writer

Several Holly Springs residents attended a public forum last Thursday, Feb. 3, at the Multi-Purpose Building on Memphis Street to discuss and give input on the hiring of a new superintendent of education.

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Garden Club asks city for little church
By SUE WATSON
Staff Writer

Ladies with the Town and Country Garden Club descended upon the Holly Springs Board of Aldermen last week hoping to convince the city to lease the historic shotgun-style church beside city hall to the club. They said they want to take on the little church, built in 1837, as a preservation project.

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County chosen for pilot program
By SUE WATSON
Staff Writer

Marshall County’s Election Commission and Circuit Clerk Lucy Carpenter will have a big impact on the implementation of the Help America Vote Act in Mississippi, scheduled by the U.S. Congress to be implemented by 2006 nationwide.

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City OKs measures for tourism project

By SUE WATSON
Staff Writer

The Holly Springs Board of Aldermen approved three motions that push forward plans for the opening this year of Walter Place Estates, Cottages and Gardens for touring.

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