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Bill Stone (left), general manager of HSUD, and Billy Mack Kinard, with Yoder Sales, look at new radiators that will help cool the transformers at the new Ashland Substation. For more photos, see page 10.


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Perry Pipkin, with the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department, investigates the crash as a fireman assists on the scene.

Law enforcement personnel, medics and other emergency workers rushed to the scene of a small plane crash in the woods near Tate Marshall Road Friday afternoon, according to sheri

The last nine-mile stretch of a 30-mile segment of I-269 in North Mississippi will open October 26 amid fanfare and speeches.

Ready for the parade

Photo by DeMill Dixon

Holly Springs Mayor Kelvin Buck discussed leases for space in the buildings on the Sims school campus on West Valley Avenue with the board of aldermen.

A group of Matthew Lane and Jon Criss Road residents want a total buyout of their properties because they are now surrounded by big industries and heavy truck traffic.

The Byhalia Police Department responded to 27 calls during the past week.
Chief Gary Looney released the following report – alarm calls, 3; assists, 1; domestic, 1; escorts, 2; fires, 5; medical, 7; miscellaneous, 7; thefts, 1.
Byhalia police officers also made three arrests during the past week, according to Chief Looney.

Close-up look

Photo by Sue Watson

Some members of the Marshall County Housing Task Force recently reported to the board of supervisors.

Marshall Steakhouse owner Randall Swaney and his attorney Bill Schneller asked the board of supervisors recently to move the zoning from temporary resort to permanent resort stat

A broken line insulator caused outages Sunday morning on the line serving Potts Camp and much of rural Marshall County south of Holly Springs.

H.W. Byers homecoming parade

Photos by DeMill Dixon and Colet Pierce


We get many photos for publication from the general public, taken with a cell phone camera.

That’s a good thing.

For the first time since she was born, Ruby  June, my 6-week-old  great-grand- daughter came to visit our little corner of Mississippi.

Take another shot of courage.
Wonder why the right words never come.
You just get numb
.”—Don Henley


Photo by Dillon Day
Jabryan Pegues (2) of Potts Camp runs away from a Thrasher player.

Potts Camp got just what the doctor ordered Friday night – a win.

Photo by DeMill Dixon
Jacoreion Crockett (1) provides some close coverage as the ball bounces away from Senatobia’s D’Cameron Ayers (5).

Byhalia could have turned the tide late in the first half Thursday night at Senatobia.

Photo by Theresa Bolden Devore
MA’s Sam Greer (3) and Darian Houston (12) bring down a North Delta ball-carrier.

Marshall Academy’s big plays just didn’t hold up Friday night versus North Delta.

Five weeks ago, the New Orleans Saints opened this much-anticipated season by losing at home, 48-40, to division rival Tampa Bay.

Holly Springs had the challenge of trying to slow down North Panola and its dual-threat quarterback Friday night.

Marshall cheerleaders

Photo by Linda McKinney

It was a matter of just facing the facts for coach Chris Daniels after his H.W. Byers football team lost 45-0 to Biggersville Friday night.

Photo by DeMill Dixon
Holly High’s Kadarreon Lumpkin (3) finds some running room. He rushed for 152 yards Friday night. Also pictured are teammates Xavier Scruggs (17, background) and Rahmel Campbell (5, at right). The Hawks host North Panola this week.

Holly Springs let a district win slip away Friday night.

“We pretty much shot ourselves in the foot,” coach Donald Deans said.

Photo by Theresa Bolden Devore
MA quarterback Wyle McMillen (15) scrambles away from a Carroll Rebel Friday night.

It was a tough night versus the run for the Marshall Academy Patriots.

Byhalia came oh, so close to some long-awaited district delight Friday night.

Harold Jackson, surely the greatest, most productive wide receiver not in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, last week was inducted into the inaugural class of Hattiesburg Hall of Fa

Potts Camp ran into a buzz saw called Biggersville Thursday night of last week.

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