December 2, 2010
Fifth bank robbery suspect in custody
A final bank robbery suspect was arrested last week and charged with one of two heists earlier this year.
Marshall County Sheriff Kenny Dickerson said Brian Gerrard Gilliland, 20, of the 4000 block of Katherine Lane, Memphis, Tenn., was arrested by U.S. Marshals affiliated with the Gulf Coast Regional Task Force Monday, Nov. 22. He is charged with armed robbery of the Citizens Bank of Barton June 10.
Library’s role expands
As almost all jobs continue to undergo a technological revolution and computers continue to become integrated with human labor, more employers are increasingly taking job applications solely over the Internet.
Thanks to troops
It is getting to be an annual event around this time of year for the troops and families enlisted in the Mississippi National Guard Hernando and Holly Springs units.
Work begins on rehab of MI College homes in Holly Springs
Groundbreaking for the refurbishing of Mississippi Industrial College Apartments on Woodward Avenue in Holly Springs drew a large crowd, including city officials, contractors, developers and the residents.
City police go to array of calls, make arrests
Several arrests were made last week by officers, according to chief Robert Pearson and 11 incident reports taken.
Seniors, guests celebrate Thanksgiving
Guests and directors from three community centers joined together to celebrate Thanksgiving Friday, Nov. 19, and to thank Marshall County and elected officials for supporting the meals for seniors program with the Northeast Mississippi Community Services.
Safety is key for trail users and hunters
The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks and the U.S. Forest Service would like to remind all Mississippians that recreational trail users and hunters should be considerate of one another while sharing the woods this hunting season.
The MDWFP recommends that all non-hunters wear some form of visible hunter orange clothing while using Wildlife Management Areas and U.S. Forest Service lands during deer gun seasons.
In addition to wearing hunter orange, recreational users are encouraged to stay on designated public use trails. Likewise, hunters should follow gun safety guidelines at all times and be considerate of trail users. Remember that all firearms must be unloaded and cased while driving on a Wildlife Management Area.
For more information, go to www.mdwfp.com on the web or call 601-432-2199.
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