Booker Hardware hosts downtown activities
Booker Hardware Cutlery of Holly Springs will host the “Making a Case for America Tour!” this Saturday, July 25, in downtown Holly Springs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Custom knife maker, Tony Bose, will be in attendance.
Other activities will include tractor train rides for the children, horse and buggy rides, drawings and door prizes, refreshments, arts and crafts, antique car and tractor show, music entertainment, event knives and much more.
For more information, call 662-252-9822.
Start of school year just around corner
Believe it or not, school starts in two weeks for some area students.
The first day of classes in both the Holly Springs and Marshall County school districts is Thursday, Aug. 6.
Students attending Holy Family School return to classes Monday, Aug. 10.
Marshall Academy students go back to school Thursday, Aug. 13.
Several items taken in residential burglary
There were two residential burglaries, one auto burglary and one attempted burglary for the week ending July 20, according to Robert Pearson, Holly Springs police chief.
A residential burglary was reported in the 500 block of Robindale Lane on Monday, July 13. Numerous items were taken after someone entered by prying the back door open, he said. Missing items included – three pictures (one an oil painting), male African statue, Sanyo LCD T.V., grandfather clock, microwave, tilt-top table, curio, stereo system, antique Victorian lamp, Dell computer, Lady Victoria lamp, Xbox 360, Brother embroidery machine Pro 620, safe with $380 in cash, antique .38 CAP revolver, diamond bracelet, camcorder, china set, Roser Brother silverware set, antique silver-plated tea set, antique silver punch bowl set with cups, air conditioner and a cabinet.
Nothing was reported missing from an attempted burglary in the 500 block of Highway 178 East on Monday, July 13. The back door was damaged.
Another residential burglary was reported in the 100 block of W. Woodward on Friday, July 17. Nothing was missing.
An auto was reported burglarized in the 200 block of Martin Luther King Drive on Saturday, July 18. The owner’s black Jessica Simpson purse containing the owner’s check book, old driver’s license and Capital One credit card were taken.
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