One killed in accident

Wendy Marie Warren, 37, of the Parker Cove area in Marshall County, died in a single-vehicle accident Sun­day, according to coroner James Richard Anderson.
The accident took place on Parker Road, off Mt. Zion Road in the Byhalia area.
He said a 911 call came in at 8:43 p.m. July 2 and he pronounced Warren dead on the scene at 9:21 p.m.
Anderson said it appeared Warren lost control of her 2007 Ford in the curve of the road. The vehicle turned over and she was ejected from the car, he said.

Photo by Sue Watson
Tyler Clancy (Clancy’s Cafe) brought his food truck and his favorite recipes to serve to a hungry crowd.

Photo by Sue Watson
Rita Phillips operates the bubble gun while Leo Thomas runs through the mists.

Photo by Ronnie Day
Fireworks usher in the holiday weekend Thursday night in downtown Holly Springs.

More than 3,000 enjoy fireworks

The fourth annual fireworks celebration, also a kickoff for Bikers and Blues, drew an attendance of more than 3,000, said mayor Kelvin Buck.

Byhalia’s Noah Smith tries to get the tag on Potts Camp’s Preston Shaw.

Gary Stacks of Potts Camp reaches for the ball as Byhalia’s Jordan Merriweather makes it to the bag.

Brayen Turner pitches for the Mustangs.

Jonathan Glassco of Potts Camp swings away.

Fun at the field

The Potts Camp Mustangs and Byhalia met in 12-year-old action on the diamond in June.

Photos by Dillon Day

Photo by Donald Hunsucker/Marshall County Sheriff’s Department
The storm approaches Highway 72 in the Mt. Pleasant area on Thursday evening of last week.

Photo by Cameron Rhea
A funnel cloud makes its way across a portion of Marshall County. This photo was taken northeast of Red Banks near Highway 311.

Wind, rain from Cindy hit county

The remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy visited Marshall County last week.


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