Joseph Cirrito, with Progressive Construction, operates the "fingers" of the track hoe that takes hold of heavy concrete slabs and loads them in truck beds for removal.
The City of Holly Springs tied the bow and knot on the end of 2019 with some good audit reports.
Photo by Sue WatsonLocal elected officials and some county employees joined Martha Fant in honoring the late Bobby Fant for his service to the county as tax collector/assessor by naming the building in his memory. From left are tax collector Betty Byrd; tax assessor Juanita Dillard; supervisor Charles Terry; Donna Cooper, administrative secretary for the board; supervisor Eddie Dixon; Larry Hall, county administrator; supervisor Keith Taylor; board attorney Kent Smith; circuit clerk Monet Autry; Justin Hall, executive director of IDA; Martha Fant; supervisor George Zinn III; sheriff Kenny Dickerson; supervisor Ronnie Joe Bennett; chancery clerk Chuck Thomas; and county comptroller Susie Hill.
The board of supervisors celebrated the memory of the late W.R. "Bobby" Fant, longtime tax assessor/collector who set a very high standard for the office.
Photo courtesy of Marshall County Sheriff's DepartmentThis mobile home on Highway 4 West was destroyed as a severe thunderstorm rumbled through Marshall County January 11.
Courtesy photoThere was significant tree damage on the property of Susan and Neal Cox, who live on Highway 4 West east of Chulahoma MB Church.
The worst damage during the early Saturday morning storm was in DeSoto County and Memphis, Tenn., with trees and poles down and widespread outages and in the Northcentral Electri
The Marshall County Board of Supervisors appointed District 3 supervisor Keith Taylor president of the board and District 4 supervisor George Zinn III vice president for the new