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Elizabeth Kriss opens a parting gift. She has taken a new position with the State of Mississippi DHS after serving 28 years in Marshall County, 20 of those as director.

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Family, friends, and co-workers of Elizabeth Kriss gave her a sendoff Thursday, Dec. 12, at the Marshall County Department of Human Services office. On the front row are Paul Kriss, Allie Kriss Wells, Connie Hensley and Elizabeth Kriss. Others, starting at left and going all the way up and then down, are Tiffany Southern, Sherri Conner, Donna Byard, Ragan Shipp, Kevin Richard, Lynne Pennington, Darell Wells, Lisa Hickman, Lisa Johnson, Deles Farley, Odessia Leseuer and Gwen Sellers.

Kriss moves to state position

Elizabeth Kriss, longtime director of the Marshall County Depart­ment of Human Services office, has accepted a position with the Division of Workforce Development, a part of the sta


One of The South Reporters readers found an error in an article headlined, “City of Holly Springs appoints election commissioners,”  that ran in the January 19 issue, Section 1, page 12.

The Historical Preservation Commission is not a committee as was reported in error. Members of the Historical Preservation Com­mission are commis­sioners and as such make decisions based on the ordinance that set up the commission.

Thanks to the readers of The South Reporter for keeping us on our toes.

The newspaper is always happy to correct its mistakes and set the record straight.


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