Holly Springs police issue warning to drivers of four-wheelers on city streets

The Holly Springs Police Department will be on the lookout for those driving four-wheelers and other off-the-road recreational vehicles on city streets, according chief Dwight Harris.
“Be advised you are putting at risk more than your own life and these actions will no longer be tolerated,” Harris said.
Anyone who is seen driving these off-road-vehicles will be fined and their vehicles seized, he said.
“We appreciate your full cooperation in this matter,” Harris said

Photos by Keith Taylor and Kelly McMillen
Heavy rainfall on Thursday of last week, as the remnants of Hurricane Harvey hit Marshall County, causes flooding in the Oakwood Drive area in Barton.

Storm delivers flooding, outages

The remnants of Hurricane Harvey made their way across the Mid-South Thursday, starting around noon in Marshall County and moving out about 2 a.m Friday.

Photo by Sue Watson
Simpson Lumber Co. was uncovered recently while demolition workers took down the old Marshall County Lumber building.

Roy Ray

Simpson Lumber Co. remembered

People still recall Simpson Lumber Co., which was covered up when the building was expanded by Hardy and Roy Ray to become Marshall Lumber.


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