Photo by Sue Watson
Police chief Dwight Harris sings “Amazing Grace.” At left is Quentell Gipson.

Holly Springs Fire Department firefighters (standing) proudly turned out for Veterans Day service.

Photos by Sue Watson
Eighteen veterans participated in a recent Veterans Day ceremony at Holly Springs Intermediate School.

City/intermediate school team up to honor veterans

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

Food for Fines available at library through Dec. 31

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.

Holly Springs police officers to host free training session

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.


Holly Springs South Reporter

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Holly Springs, MS 38635
PH: (662) 252-4261
FAX: (662) 252-3388

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