Thursday, October 22, 2009
Three charged with assault
By SUE WATSON
Three suspects are under arrest and in the Marshall County Jail following a shooting incident in the Woodsdale Cove area off Cayce Road October 13.
Sheriff Kenny Dickerson said two men were shot, one in the leg and a second in the back, and drove themselves out of the area where his deputies and investigators, members of the Byhalia and Holly Springs police departments and the Mississippi Highway Patrol worked the case.
One victim was transported to the DeSoto Baptist Hospital and the other to the Memphis Med and only the one at the Med remained in the hospital Tuesday.
A really big deal
By SUE WATSON
They build vessels so large that they have to be transported in parts and assembled on site. That’s the type of large fabrication jobs that Contract Fabricators Inc. in Holly Springs has gotten itself into in recent years.
Much of their fabrication work today consists of making large reactor vessels for the oil refinery business. They build and ship all over the world.
President Boyce Delashmit, who started the company in Holly Springs in 1983, said CFI has been successful because of its employees.
Holly High first to get ambassador initiative
By SUE WATSON
There is a new wind ablowing in Marshall County and Holly Springs. That wind is blowing on the youth of our county with hopes to turn a flicker into a flame where today’s youth will become tomorrow’s builders.
Amy Heaton, executive director of the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce, is working with the Holly Springs School District to produce a new crop of youngsters who will know more about their city and county and become ambassadors for this historic community.
Police nab several suspects
Holly Springs police officers made arrests and investigated two burglaries and a grand larceny for the week ending October 18.
An auto burglary was reported on Tuesday, Oct. 13, in the 100 block of East Gholson after the owner discovered her red, four-door Oldsmobile Sierra had been broken into. A Sony remote CD player was stolen.
Forestry Field Day a success
By JUSTIN DEWBERRY
The Marshall County Forestry Association held its 13th Annual Field Day on October 3.
We all know forestry today as a modern tool, just as the topic of the field day was “Modern Opportunities for the Tree Farmer.”
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