Thursday, July 6, 2006
Thanks to law officers
Thursday, I attended the Byhalia Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon and was a bit late. When I arrived, Rep. Tommy Woods led the prayer, and immediately asked God to be with the two Olive Branch police officers who were shot early that morning.
Close to Nowhere
I don’t technically live in Harmontown, but I do go to church there.
Harmontown is several miles down Hwy 310 from Laws Hill — Laws Hill is part of a corner of Marshall County that sticks into Lafayette County.
Internet reunites “foxhole buddies” after 61 years
By Everette Stubbs
Jack Stubbs, Sr. of Holly Springs was recently reunited with a friend from World War II after last seeing each other 61 years ago on the battlefields in France. Like many members of the “Greatest Generation,” Jack Stubbs Sr. served his country proudly in World War II. As all Americans are aware, war has devastating effects and consequences; but, of course out of bad often comes good and one example could be friendships formed.
By LARRY McGEHEE
Nelle Harper Lee of Monroeville, Alabama, turned 80 on April 28 this year. Her novel, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” now taught in three-fourths of the nation’s high schools, turned 46 on July 11.
Letter to the Editor
To the community:
We are having a countywide meeting for all the citizens of Marshall County. The topic will be taxes, your sanitational bill, job opportunities, academics, roads and bridges, the unit system, zoning and the county administrator.
The first meeting will be held at Chulahoma and Marianna Community Center on Aug. 5 at 12 noon - until.
The second meeting will be in Laws Hill Community Center at 12 noon - until on Aug. 12.
The third meeting will be held in the Victoria Community Center 12 noon - until on Aug. 19.
The next meeting will be held Aug. 26 at Watson Community Center.
A meeting for all the citizens of Holly Springs’ will be held on a later date.
All elected supervisors will be asked to attend these meetings.
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