Supervisor George Zinn III recognized a committee working for the restoration of Isaac Chapel School, the last remaining Rosenwald School in Marshall County.
|The Byhalia Police Department responded to 38 calls during the past week.|
|Chief Gary Looney released the following report – alarm calls, 3; animals, 1; assists, 2; damaged property, 1; disturbances, 2; escorts, 1; fires, 3; medical, 13; miscellaneous, 10; motor vehicle accidents, 2.|
MSNBC news analyst Elise Jordan spoke before the Thursday Club on a recent visit with her family in Holly Springs.
A federal “click it or ticket” grant of $5,318 will help the Holly Springs Police Department apply for state accreditation.
Photo by Sue Watson
Byhalia Elementary students are being introduced to the fine arts. Pictured are third grade teacher Brooklyn Bradley (seated), music teacher Hannah Boyd (standing), and students Hannah Botwinick (foreground) and Jessica Sorg.
Photos by Sue Watson
The Marshall County School District presented plaques of appreciation to three of its retirees. From left are Ella Isom McFadden, James Harris and Bettye Williams, with superintendent Lela Hale.
Marshall County School District Superintendent Lela Hale presents certificates of appreciation for Team Leadership to the board of trustees. From left are Bob Barry, District 2; Terry Cook, president, District 5; Mark Turner, District 1; Janice Wagg, vice president, District 3; and Lela Hale. Not present is Daniel Ables, District 4.
Byhalia Elementary fifth grade students are receiving music instruction as a part of growing extracurricular activities at the school.