Veterans, uniformed professionals, and teachers were recognized for the services they render to the community, November 10, in a city/school district combo event held at the new Hol
Dr. Cassandra Hawkins and nurse practitioner Emmily Hurdle provided a report on what’s going around in the health scene at a recent Rotary Club meeting.
|The Marshall County Library is offering Food for Fines again this holiday season. The canned items will be donated to the Bishop Houck New Hope Village.|
|Food for Fines runs through December 31.|
|The offer is one canned food item for each dollar owed on a fine. The offer covers late fees only and not fines for damaged or lost books.|
|Pay in a food item and help a needy person have food for the holidays.|
The Board of Supervisors saluted the service of Marshall County Veterans during a special program November 6 held in the Courtroom B.
|In light of recent events and an increase in active shooter incidents across the United States, the Holly Springs Police Department invites community members, government officials, clergy and school officials to a free, one-hour training.|
|Topics will include recognizing the signs of an active shooter; business, school and church preparedness; what to do if caught in an active shooter event; and interaction with law enforcement during an active shooter event.|
|The training will be held Thursday, Dec. 7, at 6 p.m. at the Eddie Lee Smith Multi-Purpose Building.|
|“We hope this training will be both informative and reassuring that the Holly Springs Police Department is dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of the community we serve,” said police chief Dwight Harris.|
|For more information, call 252-2122.|