Thursday, March 17, 2005
heist trial ends in hung jury
The trial of a suspect in the robbery of Citizens Bank of Barton that took place on June 21 of last year ended Thursday in a hung jury.
House bill includes Hwy. 78 upgrades
A transportation bill that includes funds for major highway projects in north Mississippi won overwhelming approval in the U.S. House of Representatives Thursday, U.S. Rep. Roger Wicker said.
Computer classes geared to adults
Holly Springs area residents have access to introductory computer classes both at daytime and evening hours thanks to Northwest Community College and two class sites.
Carpenter selected to travel to India
Marshall County Circuit Clerk Lucy Carpenter has been asked to travel to Bangalore, India, to help test a records management system being developed for potential use by the state of Mississippi.
Four charged with shoplifting
Holly Springs police officers arrested four Alabama residents and charged them with shoplifting approximately $250 in value of pain relief medications from a business on Mackie Drive.
David Hamm, 49, Debra Hamm, 45, Kenneth Roden, 42, and Regina Roden, 45, all of Tuscumbia, Ala., were arrested and charged with shoplifting Thursday and taken to the Marshall County Jail, pending a bond hearing, according to police chief Patricia Selman.
In another incident, a vehicle burglary was reported Saturday in the 100 block of North Randolph Street. The owner said the radio and car title were taken from the car.
Cause of fire still under investigation
Freshmen women were routed from their dormitory rooms in E.L. Rust Hall around 3:50 a.m. Tuesday morning after a fire was reported to 911 around 3:53.
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