The Byhalia Police Department responded to 30 calls during the past week.
Photos by Sue Watson
A long line forms early January 11 at the Eddie Lee Smith Multi-Purpose Building as people wait to apply for jobs with Niagara Bottling.
Photos by Sue Watson
Plant director Jason Gregory, right, is relocating to Marshall County from Indiana. Also shown are Denieth Sutton (left), director of economic development and government relations for Niagara, and Betty Yates, Holly Springs Job Resource Innovation Center director.
The parking lot around the Eddie Lee Smith Multi-Purpose Building filled up and a long line of job seekers wrapped around the corner of the building waiting to get in.
The unidentified skeletal remains of a person were discovered by kids riding in the woods on a four-wheeler Saturday, according to sheriff Kenny Dickerson.
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Sarah Sawyer (left), executive director of the Byhalia Area Chamber of Commerce, smiles after she was surprised at being chosen Leader of the Year by the Chamber. With Sawyer is Montie Hamblen.
Health 1st Family Medical Clinic won the Customer Service Award. Accepting the award, presented by the Byhalia Area Chamber of Commerce are, from left, Savannah Gadd, Jessika Harris, Jackie McDaniel, Jennifer McMinn, Erin McMinn, Venita Raimey and Jennifer Hatfield.
Chamber executive director Sarah Sawyer is joined by family members after being surprised with the Leader of the Year Award. From left are Vic Crain (brother), Charles Crain (brother), Sarah Sawyer, Rebecca Sawyer (daughter-in-law) and Scott Sawyer (son).
The Marshall County Historical Museum was selected to receive the Non-profit of the Year Award by the Byhalia Area Chamber of Commerce. Accepting the award are Jennifer Bone, assistant, left, and Merideth Gray, museum director.
She has spent the last 20 years putting others first.
Holly Springs Water, Sewer and Street Department employees investigate an infiltration of a sewer line at the intersection of Chulahoma Avenue and South Center Street.