Gary Anderson, consultant to the Marshall County Board of Supervisors, recently discussed the special session called by Gov. Phil Bryant for June 5.
Municipal elections are less than two weeks away in both Byhalia and Potts Camp.
Photo by Sue Watson
The Wilson sisters clasp hands in unity with Ward 3 alderman Mark Miller after last week’s election in Holly Springs. From left are Annie Moffitt, Lucatheryn Wilson, Brenda Rogers and Miller.
Photos by Sue Watson
Mayor Kelvin Buck, the board of aldermen and supporters join for a group picture before cutting the campaign cake.
A street party consisting of friends, the Team Buck re-election committee, and other revelers took to the downtown square Tuesday night, May 16, after Kelvin Buck won re-election to
The Town of Byhalia has moved from an associate member of Mississippi Main Street to a Downtown Network member.
The Holly Springs School District is asking for a special bond of $1.1 million to run over a period of no more than 10 years, according to superintendent Irene Walton Turnage.