Susan Scott (left) and Amanda Moore, with the Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation, teach students how to spell out the alphabet and say a few things in American Sign Language.

Tympel Harrison and Brian James explain forestry work and conservation.

Marshall County Coroner James Richard Anderson talks about the job of the medical examiner.

Career Day at Holy Family

Photos by Sue Watson

Holy Family School recently hosted a successful Career Day with many professionals talking to students about their jobs.

Byhalia police go to 25 calls

The Byhalia Police Department responded to 25 calls during the past week.
Chief Gary Looney released the following report – animals, 1; assists, 1; disturbances, 1; DUIs, 1; escorts, 1; medical, 3; and miscellaneous, 17.
Byhalia police officers also made three arrests last week, according to Chief Looney.

Photo by Dillon Day
DaQuan Smith is the Holly Springs Hawks’ all-time leading scorer. Going into action this week, he has 2,565 points. He broke the record of Grant Glover, a 1986 graduate who is now a lieutenant with the Holy Springs Police Department. Pictured during the special presentation Friday night are (from left) mayor Kelvin Buck, Smith, Glover and head coach Sylvester Kilgore.

Photos by Dillon Day
Putting up shots for Holly High teams in games against M.S. Palmer Friday night are Cornelious Bridgeforth (23) and (below) Shretta Jeffries (1).

Smith scores 50 in Hawks’ win

It was a successful Senior Night for Holly Springs High School basketball teams.


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