Photos by Sue Watson
From left are Ruthie Tollison, Corrine Woods, Mae Woods (stroller) and Emma Woods.

Pictured are Sonya Adams, Diana Lucas, and Makayla and Lexter Mull.

Eboni Fitts receives candy from Christy Owens at the Holly Springs Main Street Chamber office.

From left are David Coe, Caleb Coe (dragon), Mark Little (Minecraft warrior) and Morgan Coe.

Kacyn Dortch and Zamariya Rhine get a Star Wars 3-D coloring book. Alderman Bernita Fountain decided to give a different kind of Halloween gift at the downtown Holly Springs event.

Downtown trick or treating

Photo by Sue Watson
From left, commissioner Mike Tagert is pictured at the ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday with Marshall Countians Bill Kinkade, Charles Terry, Gary Anderson, Larry Hall, John Faulkner, Al Sims, George Zinn, Eddie Dixon, Willa Terry and Justin Hall.
Photo by Sue Watson
Mike Tagert (to left of I-269 sign), Northern District transportation commissioner, is joined by local, state and federal officials and other guests for the official ribbon-cutting.

Last stretch of I-269 opens

Several hundred people turned out Friday morning for what is becoming a more rare occasion – the opening of an interstate, said Federal Highway Administration Director Don Davis.


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