Thursday, October 19, 2006
Mt. Pleasant substation passes planning board
By BARRY BURLESON
The Marshall County Planning Commission Board gave its approval Thursday afternoon for the City of Holly Springs to construct, operate and maintain an electric substation at 6786 Highway 311 in the Mt. Pleasant community.
Pipeline crossing portion of county
By SUE WATSON
A new natural gas pipeline to be built by Centerpoint Energy will cut across the northern part of Marshall County, according to Bill Renick with the county Industrial Development Authority.
Racor hosts open house to showcase its operation
By BARRY BURLESON
Parker Hannifin, Racor Division, showed off its state-of-the-art operation to 95 guests from other states and several foreign countries October 4.
Substation appeal slated for November 6 before supervisors
By SUE WATSON
Public appeal of the location of an electricity substation in Mt. Pleasant has been put on the agenda for the Monday, November 6, meeting of the Marshall County Board of Supervisors at the request of supervisor Eddie Dixon.
Byhalia police go to 38 calls
The Byhalia Police Department responded to 38 calls during the past week.
Chief Mike Novay released the following report – nine alarm calls, two motor vehicle accidents, one burglary, five disturbances, one domestic disturbance, eight assists, one DUI, one fire and 10 miscellaneous calls.
Byhalia officers wrote 14 citations.
The department also made nine arrests on the following charges:
There was an error in the article, “Hiring discussion clears air” that ran in last week’s South Reporter.
The mistake was found by Rep. Kelvin Buck in the portion of the story on page 15, in the fourth paragraph.
Buck said for the record and the correction that as alderman in Holly Springs, he did support the hiring of police chief Ed Totten, but was not on the board of aldermen when chief Anthony Marion was appointed.
Police investigate several larcenies
The Holly Springs Police Department reports several recent break-ins.
There was a burglary in the 300 block of College Avenue. The victim stated approximately $80 in cash and $5 in change, as well as various personal documents, were taken from the residence.
A breaking and entering was reported in the 200 block of West Valley. A vacant residence was broken into and a stove was left on in the residence.
A larceny was reported in the 1000 block of Salem Avenue. Several feet of copper wiring was taken from the business.
A grand larceny was reported in the 900 block of Mackie Drive. A black, 1999 Dodge Durango valued at $7,500 was taken from the parking lot in the early morning hours on Tuesday.
A grand larceny was reported in the 600 block of Salem Avenue. A Stihl chainsaw valued at $520 was taken from a truck at the residence.
A breaking and entering of a vehicle was reported. A toolbox valued at $25 and tools valued at $350 were taken from the vehicle in the 100 block of College Avenue. A suspect was apprehended at the scene.
Anyone having any information regarding these incidents should contact the Holly Springs Police Department at 662-252-2122 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-729-2169.
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