Thursday, January 5, 2006
making armored vehicles
By SUE WATSON
If you wonder what makes Holly Springs a little industrial town with big potential, you dont have to look further than Alpine Armoring LLC, a distributor and manufacturer of armored trucks, SWAT Trucks, vans, and SUVs.
County recaps progress in 2005
As the old year ended and county officials rang in the new year, The South Reporter gave department heads an opportunity to look back over last years accomplishments, and some offered a vision for the future.
White takes importance of healthy living to children
Sharon White excites students about nutrition and physical fitness.
Supervisors renew appointments
The Marshall County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to renew appointments of all support personnel for 2006 and retain all county employees in their present positions.
Appointments include Tacey Clark Clayton, board attorney; Larry Britt, engineer; Kent Smith, public defender; Larry Hall, county administrator; Susie Hill, comptroller; Hugh Hollowell, emergency management coordinator; Irene Harris, 911 director; Monet Autry, justice court clerk; Conway Moore, zoning director; Etherlene Jones, veterans affairs director; and Javon Adkins, fire investigator.
Board president Eddie Dixon was pleased with the supervisors decision.
I dont see theres any way to go but up, he said.
The board meets again Tuesday, Jan. 17, at 9 a.m.
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