The City of Holly Springs is considering expanding natural gas service out into the county and also wants to move forward on the completion of replacing cast-iron gas mains with pla

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Sen. Neil Whaley discusses legislation with county supervisors.


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The Town of Byhalia is making progress as it aligns its forces to integrate the Byhalia Area Chamber Main Street with the Mississippi Main Street Association.

Federal inspectors have ordered the long bridge on Waterford-Bethle­hem Road closed. It was closed Monday by Marshall County employees.

On Friday, March 9, at approximately 1:39 p.m., the Holly Springs Police Depart­ment was dispatched to the Bank of Holly Springs at 160 South Memphis Street in reference to a fraudu

When Justin Hall talks, one phrase surfaces time and time again – “we are excited.”

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County administrator Larry Hall (background) surveys the damage on Kimbrough Chapel Road.

Two Marshall County roads have washouts after many heavy rains that have, over time, eroded them due to rusted-out pipes.

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Thomas Shipp

Thomas Shipp was tired of the food in the military cafeteria.

A grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony was held recently for the Marshall County WIN Job Center, located behind town hall in Byhalia.

March is “Team Up To Clean Up Month” in Holly Springs.

Area residents are invited to attend a Skywarn Storm Spotter Training Program that will be held at the Eddie Lee Smith Multi-Purpose Building on Thursday, March 15.


I learned 16 and a half years ago when I moved to this area that basketball is king when it comes to sports.

When I was little, my favorite place in the entire world was a tiny, working farm, tucked in a corner near Gleason, Tenn.

“Russia is a riddle wrapped in mystery inside an enigma.”—Winston Churchill.

This just in to the newsroom: Russia is not our friend.


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Cori Bell advances the basketball on a fast break as two St. Andrew’s players draw near in the state championship game Saturday.

Coach Sylvester Kilgore took a look at the stat sheet and said, “The numbers tell the tale.”

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Shaquira Caradine is double-teamed versus Lawrence County.

Byhalia’s largest lead was five and Lawrence County’s was six.

You may love him. Millions of golf fans do adore Tiger Woods, the most gifted, if not the most accomplished, golfer in history.

The last four minutes of the third quarter doomed Ashland Thursday afternoon in the Class 1A state title game.

The Byhalia Indians came from behind for what coach Hunter Gore called “a great team win” Friday at home over Senatobia.

Brianna Ables struck out 15 as the Byhalia Lady Indians beat cross-county rival Potts Camp Thursday on the softball diamond.

The Potts Camp Cardinals are off to a 2-2 start on the baseball diamond.

The Cards crushed Jumpertown 15-7 on Monday, March 5, at home.

Marshall and Benton counties will be represented this week when the Mississippi high school all-stars host Alabama.

The toughness of Marshall Academy’s baseball scheduled didn’t wait around.

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Cori Bell puts up a shot versus Crystal Springs. To his right is teammate Cornelious Bridgeforth.

Holly Springs just wouldn’t go away. And that true grit was rewarded.

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Shaquira Caradine (1) and Darianna Wilson (right) double-team a Louisville player in the semis.

The Byhalia Lady Indians are one win away from a gold ball.

Years ago, New Hope’s baseball team went through an entire season undefeated and finished 43-0, causing the late, great baseball legend Boo Ferriss to gush.

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