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West Point will have to replace parts at electric substation

Posted 2/13/2014 in Area

West Point Water and Light has been authorized to advertise to replace three new circuit breakers at its Bryan electric substation, an expense which could cost the city approximately $100,000.

 

 

La. company, 3 men charged in deer smuggling case

Posted 2/13/2014 in Area

A Louisiana business and three men have been indicted on federal charges alleging they conspired to import white-tail deer from other states into wildlife enclosures in Pearl River and Lamar counties.

 

 

Deaths, power outages in South

Posted 2/13/2014 in Area

Small armies of utility workers labored to turn the lights -- and the heat -- back on for hundreds of thousands of Southerners as a winter storm that left them without power threatened major cities further up the East Coast.

 

 

West Point selectmen appoint King to school board

Posted 2/12/2014 in Area

West Point selectmen have appointed Shay King to the city school district's board of trustees. Selectman Gary Dedeaux's motion in support of King passed 2-1 with Jimmy Clark in favor and Linda Hannah opposed.

 

West Point chief says he may review false alarm policy

Posted 2/12/2014 in Area

West Point Police Chief Tim Brinkley received approval from selectmen to review the department's policy on false alarm calls and make a recommendation on possible changes to it in a future meeting.

Millport chooses engineer for sewer

Posted 2/12/2014 in Area

The Millport Town Council is one step closer to beginning work on its city sewer system.

 

Golden Triangle universities, schools closed Tuesday

Posted 2/10/2014 in Area

Several schools and universities in the Golden Triangle area have announced they will be closed Tuesday with freezing weather anticipated this evening.

 

Clay supes mulling second try for grant to build well

Posted 2/10/2014 in Area

On Christmas Eve in 2012, one of Siloam Water District's wells on Highway 46 failed. About 300 residences in northwest Clay County were without water until crews could manually open valves from other wells and restore supply.

 

Utility service meetings set in Monroe County

Posted 2/10/2014 in Area

 

 

Tickets for Tupelo Elvis festival going on sale today

Posted 2/10/2014 in Area

 

Clay Co. intends to issue notes for projects

Posted 2/7/2014 in Area

Clay County supervisors will advertise notice of intent to issue general obligation notes that would fund additional parking spaces near the courthouse and a voting precinct in District 5.

Arrest report: 2-7-14

Posted 2/7/2014 in Area

 

Clay County authorities search for couple

Posted 2/5/2014 in Area

The Clay Sheriff's Department is looking for a missing couple.

 

 

Alabama man pleads guilty to robbing Miss. banks

Posted 2/5/2014 in Area

An Alabama man has pleaded guilty to conspiring to rob banks in Gautier and Biloxi in 2008.

 

Vernon passes ordinance regarding police pursuits

Posted 2/5/2014 in Area

The City of Vernon on Monday established an ordinance that sets parameters for police officers conducting vehicle pursuits through city limits. The ordinance is the first of its kind on the books.

 

Furniture Market opens Thursday

Posted 2/5/2014 in Area

The Spring Tupelo Furniture Market opens Thursday with organizer saying that preregistration numbers up nearly 30 percent and available space is 99 percent filled. The biannual furniture industry trade show ends Sunday.

 

 

Suspect booked in Monroe County shootings

Posted 2/1/2014 in Area

Monroe County authorities say an Amory man has been arrested in connection with the shooting of two people earlier in January.

 

Pair from Columbus among SPD chief finalists

Posted 1/31/2014 in Area

Four candidates with Mississippi law enforcement ties have emerged as finalists for Starkville's vacant police chief position.

 

Lee County School Board upholds principal firing

Posted 1/30/2014 in Area

The Lee County School Board has voted to terminate former Belden Center Principal Ralph Green.

 

Southern cities paralyzed by winter blast

Posted 1/29/2014 in Area

Students camped out with teachers in school gyms or on buses and commuters abandoned cars along the highway to seek shelter in churches, fire stations -- even grocery stores -- after a rare snowstorm left thousands of unaccustomed Southerners frozen in their tracks.

 

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