Photos by Linda McKinney

From left are Ryan Brock (Second Team All-Conference District 1-AA), Cade Crouch (Second Team All-Conference District 1-AA and Team Captain), Wyle McMillen (Second Team All Conference District 1-AA), Tanner Taylor (Second Team All Conference Distict 1-AA), and Will Hanggi (Second Team All Conference District 1-AA). Not pictured are Davarius Harris and Javon Smith, Second Team All Conference District 1-AA.

News

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Approximately 37 tires were dumped near the Early Grove voting precinct.

A Moscow, Tenn., resident was fined for the dumping of waste tires in Marshall County, according to county zoning director Ken Jones.

The 10th annual Sounds of Summer Festival was held Saturday, June 2, at the Byhalia Town Hall property.

Photo by Sue Watson
Several large trees in Hill Crest Cemetery were downed by the strong wind accompanying the June 3 storm in Holly Springs.

Holly Springs is still cleaning up downed trees and limbs and scattered debris created by an early morning June 3 storm.

Employees with the Holly Springs Police Department, family and friends, recently gave Lt. John Norman a big sendoff.

The Byhalia High School Alumni Association awarded eight $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors this year, according to Gary Anderson, one of the founders of the association i

Marion “Ann” Spain, 76, of Holly Springs, was killed in a traffic accident on I-22 Friday, according to coroner James Richard Anderson.
He received a call at 2:30 p.m. and pronounced Spain dead on the scene at 2:53 p.m.
Anderson said Spain was driving east in the westbound lane of I-22, in the city limits of Holly Springs, when the accident occurred. Her vehicle was struck by an 18-wheeler, he said.

Marshall County School District hosted an eight-hour seminar that drew 50 professionals from across the community to learn how to detect children who have been sexually abused an

Less than 10 percent of Marshall County’s registered voters turned out for last week’s primary elections.

File photo by Sue Watson
Brooks Brownlee and his strawberry farm were featured in The South Reporter in 2009.

One of the most well-liked guys in the Holly Springs and Red Banks communities lost his life Thursday morning of last week in an accident at the intersection of Highway 302 and C

Supervisors often are called upon by their district constituents to help solve the public’s irritating situations.

Photo by Barry Burleson
A large tree and utility lines cover Chulahoma Avenue in Holly Springs behind the home of Tim and Lisa Liddy after Sunday morning’s storm.

An early Sunday morning thunderstorm charged with lightening and strong winds took down a lot of large trees, many falling on houses and utility lines.

Photo by Sue Watson
Employees with W.T. Contractors finish up work on covering a new sewer main buried on North West Boundary Street.

A long-awaited rehabilitation of the City of Holly Springs sewer system is underway.

Opinion

It was definitely an eerie feeling driving to The South Reporter office at about 4 a.m. Sunday, June 3.

Marjorie Harriett Tyson died last week. Perhaps she was Holly Springs’ most interesting personality.

“The fault, dear Brutus, lies not in our stars,
But in ourselves that we are underlings.”
—Shakespeare

Sports

Photos by Barry Burleson
Wyle McMillen hands off to Drayton Potts during an MA spring practice.

Coach Barrett Donahoe got a brief look at his next Marshall Academy team during spring football drills.

As we all know, Jake Mangum wasn’t selected in last week’s Major League Draft until the 32nd round – a fact that became all the more puzzling after Mangum spurred Mississippi Sta

Photo by DeMill Dixon

Zion Adkins, a player for the Holly Springs 8-and-under baseball team, throws the ball from the outfield to the infield in a recent Marshall County Dizzy Dean League game.

After three straight Top 10 finishes and three consecutive bowl berths, Northwest Mississippi Community Col­lege has received a No.

Photos by Linda McKinney

From left are Ryan Brock (Second Team All-Conference District 1-AA), Cade Crouch (Second Team All-Conference District 1-AA and Team Captain), Wyle McMillen (Second Team All Conference District 1-AA), Tanner Taylor (Second Team All Conference Distict 1-AA), and Will Hanggi (Second Team All Conference District 1-AA). Not pictured are Davarius Harris and Javon Smith, Second Team All Conference District 1-AA.

Photo by DeMill Dixon

Jaxon West, who plays for the Independence 6-and-under baseball team, takes his swing from the batter’s box during Marshall County Dizzy Dean League action.

Photos by Dillon Day
Jeremiah Scott (8) turns to hand the ball to Javian Walton (14) in a spring jamboree match-up as Antrell Tucker (9) and Shun Gardner (52) provide some blocking help.

It was the first time for the Potts Camp Cardinals to take the football field under the leadership of Darrow Anderson.

The Answer Man returns with answers to many questions readers have asked in recent days...

Zack Pritchett, a recent graduate of Limestone Col­lege, was named to the 2018 Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) Division II Ping All-Southeast Region Team.

The Mississippi Depart­ment of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks reminds everyone that National Fishing and Boating Week is June 2 -10, a national celebration of fishing and boating.
Also, a reminder that July 4 is designated as a “Free Fishing Day” statewide, and anglers will be able to fish without a license on any public waters. However, daily permits will be required to fish any state fishing lake or state park lake on July 4.
Those seeking additional information may call the MDWFP Fisheries Bureau at (601) 432-2200.
For more info regarding fishing in Mississippi, visit www.mdwfp.com or call (601) 432-2200.

Photos by DeMill Dixon

Photos by DeMill Dixon
Quarterback Dequan Moore (14, background) releases a pass in the spring jamboree with his offensive linemen providing protection.

Coach John Danley said his Byhalia Indians have to get back to playing “big boy football.”

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