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Spec building #11, being built by Panattoni, is situated just east of Rockwool and across Gateway Global Drive near McCormick & Company. Justin Hall, executive director of the Marshall CountyIndustrial Development Authority, looks at the dirt work.

News

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Site preparation is progressing for the new distribution warehouse.

Work is underway on a new economic development project in the Town of Byhalia.

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Photos by Sue Watson

Last Friday 9/11 was remembered with a parade involving local law enforcement, fire department trucks, and emergency and rescue trucks.

Three businesses entered formal tax-related appeals before the Marshall County Board of Supervisors — Amazon, Bank of Holly Springs and Kirkwood National Golf Club.

A motion to allow football at city park, based on the Holly Springs School District’s Fall Sports COVID-19 Safety Plan, passed the board of aldermen 4-1 and was then vetoed by Ma

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A drive-by luminaria event, hosted by Marshall County Relay for Life, was held Saturday,Aug. 29, on the courthouse square in Holly Springs.

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Haislee and Emily Kelly share some happy times during the Festival Market in Byhalia.

A Marshall County woman died from a knife attack early Saturday, according to Sheriff Kenny Dickerson, and a suspect is in custody.

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Enjoying lunch outside, near Shaw Cafeteria, are Rust College students (from left) Michael Harris, Sharday Richardson, Kenyaun Smith and Brian McGhee.

Rust College is stepping up to the challenge of educating its students during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Spec building #11, being built by Panattoni, is situated just east of Rockwool and across Gateway Global Drive near McCormick & Company. Justin Hall, executive director of the Marshall CountyIndustrial Development Authority, looks at the dirt work.

Four large industrial sites are under development in Marshall County, according to Justin Hall, executive director of the Industrial Development Authority.

One man was pronounced dead on the scene of a shooting Saturday, and a second man was carried by a privatelyowned vehicle to the hospital in Olive Branch, according to Sheriff Ke

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Renee Tice (left) reads to first graders last school year at Marshall Academy, where she spent 35 years of her teaching career.

Renee Tice is still waking up at 5:15 a.m. On the dot.

It’s not because she has to go to work. It’s just habit.

J.P. Corporation was selected as the contractor for new justice court expansion at the Marshall County Jail.

Opinion

I was discussing jobs the other day with someone.

Thirty days hath September, April, May and November

All the rest have 31, except for February.

To the Editor:

Sports

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Potts Camp's Josh Blake (13) tries to turn the corner with Vincent Talley (28) of H.W. Byers giving chase, trying for the tackle.

It was a rough start for Potts Camp Friday night.

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MA catcher Tyler Vannucci looks to make a throw to first base.

The Marshall Academy softball team crushed its lone District 1-3A foe last week and then went 1-2 at the Brookhaven Tournament.

Football coach and philosopher Bum Phillips said it best: “There’s two kinds of coaches, them that’s fired and them that’s gonna be fired.”

There was a lot for coach Darrow Anderson to like about his Potts Camp Cardinals’ season opener.

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Shawn Sellers (22) of Byers carries versus Rossville with teammate Marcus McCaster (60) providing some blocking assistance.

It wasn’t pretty in some ways, but it looked just fine on the scoreboard for H.W. Byers.

Marshall Academy didn’t play its best at Louisville last week, coach Carlton Gibson said, but got out of town with the win.

Three facts you should know about author John M.

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Rod Moore of Marshall Academy tries to hang on to the football as an East Rankin Academy defender grabs one of his arms.

Things looked a bit bleak for the visiting team Friday night in Pelahatchie, at least for two and a half quarters.

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Marshall Academy third baseman Christa Schultz (18) puts the tag on a North Delta player.

The Marshall Academy softball team kept dominating District 1-3A opponents last week.

I have on my desk a perfectly preserved game program from the Mississippi State-Ole Miss football game played Nov. 24, 1945.

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The HollySprings Hawks are getting ready for the 2020 football season with various practice drills, including ball-handling. Pictured are Kyrodrick Jeffries and Jeremiah Walton.

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Landry Loper bunts in the win over Kirk Academy.

It’s late August, and for the Marshall Academy softball team, that means definitely setting its sights on the goal.

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