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Photos by Sue Watson
Buford McDowell is a budding artist from Red Banks who will be a senior at Marshall Academy. His business is Custom Drawings.

Dale DeBerry displays his African masks and other works.

Jonathan Smith of New Albany displays some of his smaller iron works. His business name is Sweetgum Forge.

Twenty-five vendors participate in art event

The Holly Springs Depot had an excellent turnout for its second Tracks of Art event.

Photo by Barry Burleson
The weekend storm caused damage in historic Hill Crest Cemetery in Holly Springs, including this tree which fell on the Mississippi Press Association yellow fever memorial.

Photo by Debayo Moyo
This huge tree was downed on Rust Avenue, in front of the college, by the stout winds Saturday about midnight.

Photo by Barry Burleson
This tree, on the grounds of historic Montrose in Holly Springs, was toppled by the storm Saturday night.

Winds down trees, knock out power

Thunderstorms packing strong winds hit the area hard Saturday night, disrupting power to thousands of customers in the North­central Electric Power Association and Holly Springs Uti

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