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Lots of folks are enjoying the outdoors as spring temperatures arrive.

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Jimmy Young (left) and Columbus Nabors carry a box of school lunches.

With classes moving online due to the Coronavirus pandemic, schools are doing what they can to keep students healthy with graband-go lunches plus providing digital device assista

Tennessee Valley Authority announced Thursday $1 billion of support to assist local power companies affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Discussing the Coronavirus-related proclamation Monday morning during a special-called meeting of the mayor and board are Shirley Byers (foreground, left) and then (from left) Bernita Fountain,LennellLucas, Mark Miller, Tim Liddy, Kelvin Buck, Christy Owens and Belinda Sims Hollowell.

The City of Holly Springs has taken steps to do its part in helping stop the spread of Coronavirus.

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Teacher Sabrina Colom Wilson gives Tammy Breedlove, a grandmother, meals at H.W. Byers.

Public schools are closed through April 17 due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but schools are using other methods to keep the children involved in learning.

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Lynda Davis, with Davis Financial Service, wipes down the door at the entrance to her business in HollySprings.

A walk around downtown Holly Springs last week on March 17 saw the city gearing up for action to protect itself, its businesses, and its citizens from COVID-19, a pandemic respir

The Holly Springs Board of Aldermen adopted its annexation ordinance at the March 3 meeting.

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Dr. Kenneth Williams (seated, left) addresses a gathering of health care personnel during a town hall meeting last week.

Emergency management coordinator Hugh Hollowell was cautious about actions Marshall County may take during this time of the Coronavirus scare spreading like wildfire across the U

Alderman at large Tim Liddy called a town meeting of local health care professionals on Monday, March 9, in regards to the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Tony Banks

For Tony Banks, it's almost like coming home.

With the World Health Organization declaring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) a pandemic on March 11, Dr.

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Pictured is a couple of the units at Bishop Houck New Hope Village in Holly Springs.

Bishop Houck New Hope Village is closing by the end of March, said Jeff Bell, North Mississippi facilities manager with the Department of Temporal Affairs, Catholic Diocese, Jack

Opinion

My high school senior is hurting. She only shows it occasionally on the outside, but I know that on the inside, it's continuous.

Times are hard and I'm afraid they'll get harder before it gets better. It may be a different normal, but I have faith that things will eventually be normal again.

Dear Editor: In your March 26 edition, columnist

Sports

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Coach Jeremy Dillard's Potts Camp Cardinals enjoyed a strong run through the post-season, finishing second in Class 2A.

Coaches Bruce Branch and Dustin Minor are baseball junkies, and even more importantly, they love their kids.

So I took a long walk through my neighborhood one day last week, as I do every day in these uncertain and precarious times.

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It was a season to remember for the Rust College Lady Bearcats.

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Holly Springs High School cheerleaders, pictured supporting the Hawks at the Class 3AState Basketball Tournament in Jackson, are (from left)Shakiya Drummond, India Lucas, Katlyn

Mississippi State's Ben Howland has coached college basketball for 37 years, 24 as a head coach.

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Kenzaki Jones coaches his HollySprings Hawks during the Class 3Asemi-finals at Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson.

Siblings shared the big basketball stage in Jackson March 4.

The Potts Camp baseball team split versus a couple of foes during the first part of spring break.

Given the widespread sports postponements and cancellations of the past week, perhaps we should remember what happened when our nation faced the most threatening global crisis of

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Kedavian Faulkner of Potts Camp drives toward the goal versus Coahoma County Friday afternoon at Ole Miss. He scored a team-high 13 points.

The start of the game didn't go well for Potts Camp Friday afternoon in The Pavilion at Ole Miss. Meanwhile, its opponent was red hot.

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Holly High’s Derek Fountain steals the basketball from a St. Andrew’s players at The Big House Wednesday of last week.

The first quarter came back to haunt Holly Springs on Wednesday of last week in the Class 3A state semi-finals.

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