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Photo by Sue Watson
Participating in the ceremony on the steps of city hall are, from left, Mayor Kelvin Buck, pastor Wallace Bostelmann, alderman Lennell Lucas, city employee Sandy Buford, aldermen Bernita Fountain and Tim Liddy, and city employee Pam Lewis and her sister Anna Hubbard.

COVID - ‘one death is too many’

A small memorial ceremony was held Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 4 p.m. In Holly Springs to honor lives lost in the COVID19 pandemic.

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(Left photo) Cheri Powers Page entertains with song during the MLKDay of Service. (Right photo) Parade participants include Mar'Kerion Pegues (on four-wheeler) and Shavanna Jeffries, representing the Sunshine Ladies
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Dr. Ivy Taylor, president of Rust College, is pictured with her daughter, Morgan Taylor.

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Michelle Kinkle (left) and Annie Moffit enjoy the festivities.

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Braya Crane reads "Invictus," by William Ernest Henley.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The 2021 Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday celebration in Holly Springs brought lots of participants and excitement to the courthouse lawn.

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Randy Ranoy Readus (left photo) and Julius Alexander Black (right photo), suspects in the armed robbery of Walmart January 6, are escorted from municipal court Thursday by investigator Perry Pipkin, investigator Jason Mills and Maj. Kelly McMillen with the Marshall County Sheriff's Department.

No bond for robbery suspects

Two armed robbery suspects made an initial appearance in municipal court Thursday before Judge Amanda Smith, and they are being held without bond.


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