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Photo by Sue Watson
(Left) Jerry Moore and his sister, Emily Brewer, roll hospital beds to a trailer for shipping. (Right) Ricky Clayton (left) and Darrell Brewer load mattresses onto a trailer for shipping.

Helping those in need

A request from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for makeshift hospital beds for COVID-19 patients was honored Monday, April 27.

Holly Springs Pilgrimage rescheduled for Sept. 11-13

The Holly Springs Garden Club has announced that the 82nd Annual Pilgrimage Tour of Historic Homes has been rescheduled for September 11-13.
It will be held in conjunction with Hummingbird Migration and Nature Cele bration, sponsored by Strawberry Plains Audubon Center.
The Pilgrimage was originally scheduled for April 17-19 but postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Photo courtesy of Holly Springs Police Department
This side window was shattered with a brick and one of the suspects entered.
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Photos courtesy of HollySprings Police Department
Two suspects in the burglary at Tyson's were caught on camera.

Police seek suspects in Tyson's burglary

Tyson Drugs was burglarized Saturday night and Holly Springs Police Department detectives are asking the public's help in identifying two suspects whose images were caught on sur

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Photos by Sue Watson and Barry Burleson
(Left) Rodney and Kenny Stanford, father and son with Brewer's Tree Service in Nettleton, take down a diseased tree in downtown Holly Springs. (Right) Rodney and Kenny Stanford cut limbs from the downtown tree.
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Photo by Sue Watson
Kenny Stanford cleans the chain saw bar.

‘We didn't have a choice’

A landmark tree, 108 years old, was cut down April 22 at the corner of South Market and East Van Dorn because it was diseased and had become a hazard.


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