Ernie Hyde started working in the grocery business in 1965. Just 10 years later he was cutting meat.
The Byhalia Police Department responded to 27 calls during the past week.
Four Memphis, Tenn., men are in custody and face multiple charges after leading law enforcement officers in Marshall County on a high-speed chase.
Photo by Sue Watson
The Marshall County Homemakers Club joined again this year with MSU Extension personnel and community friends to serve the Marshall County Board of Supervisors a holiday meal. The event is connected with the annual Marshall County Extension Service report. From left are Sharon Brown, Ruby Taylor, Unice Perry, Daisy Christion, Beverly Phillips, Gloria Gipson, Reba Bland, Truly Banks, Linda Spence, Willie M. Stewart, Naomi Malone, Naomi Oliver, Ellar Lesure, Janet Jolley and Mildred Burgess.
Photos by Sue Watson
Elected officials enjoyed a holiday dinner at the Extension Service recently. From left, around the table, are Ronnie Joe Bennett, Chuck Thomas, Charles Terry, George Zinn III, Steve Massengill, Juanita Dillard, Eddie Dixon and Betty Byrd.
Janet Jolley and Lemon Phelps flipped through a year’s pictures of activities supported by the Marshall County Extension Service.
Lela Hale, new superintendent of education, presented a summary of activities and goals before the Marshall County Board of Supervisors in December.