Area residents are invited to attend a Skywarn Storm Spotter Training Program that will be held at the Eddie Lee Smith Multi-Purpose Building on Thursday, March 15.
|The Byhalia Police Department responded to 35 calls during the past week.|
|Chief Gary Looney released the following report – alarm calls, 5; animals, 2; assists, 1; burglaries, 1; disturbances, 3; escorts, 1; fires, 1; harassment, 1; medical, 6; miscellaneous, 13; and motor vehicle accidents, 1.|
The Holly Springs Fire Department has received 500 smoke detectors from Red Cross in Tupelo.
Stone wool manufacturer ROXUL Inc. is now ROCKWOOL™ in North America, having adopted the name of its global parent company January 1. Pictured, signage is changed at the Byhalia facility to reflect the new name. ROCKWOOL plans to build on its 80-year history by leveraging its broad portfolio of capabilities to enrich modern living by releasing the natural power of stone.
Local residents might have noticed a change to some of the facility signs recently.
There were some areas of short-term flooding in Marshall County beginning Thursday last week, according to county administrator Larry Hall.