As the governor and state agencies pour over budget requests this fall, the Marshall County Board of Supervisors discussed the ramifications with county consultant Gary Anderson.
|The Byhalia Police Department responded to 32 calls during the previous week.|
|Chief Gary Looney released the following report – alarm calls, 2; disturbances, 1; domestic, 2; fires, 4; harassment, 1; medical, 5; miscellaneous, 13; motor vehicle accident, 2; thefts, 2.|
|Byhalia police officers also made two arrests during the past week, according to Chief Looney.|
Photo by Sue Watson
Kenny Brown, far right, provides musical entertainment at the Wrecking Ball in Holly Springs. With him are George Seldon and J.J. Winburn. Group members donated their talents to the event.
Photos by Sue Watson
A silent auction is part of The Wrecking Ball each year to raise money for Chalmers Institute restoration. All items were donated by the community. From left are Gordon and Janet Bland from Pontotoc, Jane Heineke, her brother Jay Etcheson of Illinois, and Tom Heineke.
Friends of Preserve Marshall County & Holly Springs and guests recently enjoyed the seventh Wrecking Ball at historic Chalmers Institute in Holly Springs.
Wally Carter with Team Waste, the new household solid waste collection company that has contracted with Marshall County, recently reviewed progress on getting business up and going
The City of Holly Springs hosted a job fair September 21 with several companies looking to hire.