The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department has made two arrests in a February 2 armed rob­bery/kidnapping and is seeking a third suspect, according to sheriff Kenny Dickerson.

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The board of supervisors awarded the contract on the Marshall County Workforce Training Center last week.

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The Marshall County Board of Supervisors is looking into creating Opportunity Zones.

City of Holly Springs employees, elected officials and friends gathered March 12 to officially launch the city’s anti-litter campaign – Team Up To Clean Up.

Janice Wagg, president of the Marshall County Sports Association (a Dizzy Dean league) reported to the board of supervisors on the relationship between it and the local teams and ho

Education is not solely to blame for lack of housing growth in the county, according to Gary Anderson, consultant to the Marshall County Board of Supervisors.

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Ashland’s DeAnthony TIpler (left photo) and Holly Springs’ DaQuan Smith take their shots in the all-star game Friday at Mississippi College.

DeAnthony Tipler and DaQuan Smith wrapped up stellar high school careers Friday by helping lead their state to an all-star win.

The City of Holly Springs is considering expanding natural gas service out into the county and also wants to move forward on the completion of replacing cast-iron gas mains with pla

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Sen. Neil Whaley discusses legislation with county supervisors.


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It’s always nice when your children are in a new place, and you just have to go visit.

Bailey Eubanks

Almost everyone around here knows Bailey Eubanks — he’s that kid who sings like Elvis.

“You must be careful about giving any drink whatsoever to a bore. A lit-up bore is the worst in the world.”—David Cecil



The Byhalia baseball team wrapped up spring break by beating cross-county rival Potts Camp on the diamond.

Tiger Woods is suddenly playing Tiger-esque golf again. Rory McIlroy is back in the winner’s circle.

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The Marshall Academy Patriots picked up their first win of the baseball season Monday, March 12, at home.

The Potts Camp Cardinals scored seven runs in the first inning Saturday on their way to a rout of DeSoto County Academy.

H.W. Byers made a sweep at the Middle School Basketball Conference Tourna­ment this year that was held at Ashland High School.

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Cori Bell advances the basketball on a fast break as two St. Andrew’s players draw near in the state championship game Saturday.

Coach Sylvester Kilgore took a look at the stat sheet and said, “The numbers tell the tale.”

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Shaquira Caradine is double-teamed versus Lawrence County.

Byhalia’s largest lead was five and Lawrence County’s was six.

You may love him. Millions of golf fans do adore Tiger Woods, the most gifted, if not the most accomplished, golfer in history.

The last four minutes of the third quarter doomed Ashland Thursday afternoon in the Class 1A state title game.

The Byhalia Indians came from behind for what coach Hunter Gore called “a great team win” Friday at home over Senatobia.

Brianna Ables struck out 15 as the Byhalia Lady Indians beat cross-county rival Potts Camp Thursday on the softball diamond.

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