|The Byhalia Police Department responded to 41 calls during the past week.|
|Chief Gary Looney released the following report – alarm calls, 1; animals, 1; assists, 3; disturbances, 2; DUIs, 1; fires, 8; harassment, 2; medical, 9; and miscellaneous, 14.|
|Byhalia police officers also made three arrests during the past week, Chief Looney said.|
Photo courtesy of Marshall County Sheriff’s Department
Pictured with some of the recovered items are (from left) Kenneth Jones, sheriff Kenny Dickerson, Kelly McMillen and Cody Teel.
Marshall County investigators and deputies raided a huge burglary/larceny storage area in the 1200 block of Highway 309 South, Saturday, Jan.
Photos by Sue Watson
From left (back) are Carlton Smith (guest speaker), Delia Reed, Mayor Kelvin Buck, Edwin Smith, Mozell Kelley, Nellie Smith, Fannie Smith, Eric Smith; and (front) and Luberta Smith (seated), Daniel and Ariel Scott (Edwin and Fannie’s grandchildren) and Janis Hightower.
Those participating in the Martin Luther King Day program are, from left, Michael Johnson (Scripture reading), Deldrick Leasure (prayer), Ejeera Joiner Dukes (greetings), George Zinn III (emcee), Carlton Smith (guest speaker), Johnquail Lyons (Rust College chapter NAACP), Mozell Kelley (treasurer) and Nellie Smith (who is pictured at the podium).
Pictured enjoying the event January 15 at the Eddie L. Smith Multi-Purpose Building are Cherriel Hall, Christine Ratcliff and Holly Springs Mayor Kelvin Buck.
The 33rd Annual Commemoration of the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. drew a crowd of about 100 to the Eddie Lee Smith Multi-Purpose Building January 15.
Rodney Crane was promoted from assistant fire chief to chief at the January 16 meeting of the Holly Springs Board of Aldermen.
Byhalia took a next step toward becoming a certified Mississippi Main Street member recently by “refreshing the vision.”