Thursday, March 24, 2005
OKs Forex study by 3-2 vote
The Holly Springs Board of Aldermen, during a special recessed meeting Tuesday night, voted 3-2 to pursue a contract with International Forex Group to study the citys credit worthiness and to register its old bonds.
Markers to be dedicated April 16
The dedication of eight Van Dorns Raid markers, commemorating the raid of the Confederate General in December of 1862, has been scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday, April 16, on the southwest corner of the courthouse lawn in Holly Springs.
Kents friends gather for memorial
The life of the late Betsy Kent of Holly Springs was remembered by friends and family at a tree planting in her memory at the Marshall County Library Friday.
WESCO honors employees for prestigious award
The WESCO distribution center in Byhalia celebrated receiving its companys 2004 U.S. Distribution Center Award last week.
Hwy. 72 hearing draws small crowd
The widening of Highway 72 between the Tennessee/Mississippi state line and Goodman Road is expected to be in the construction stage by 2010, according to Danny Walker, district construction engineer with Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT).
The how and why of Crime Stoppers
Marshall County Crime Stoppers received 12 anonymous calls in 2004 and paid out $645 for tips leading to four arrests. These tips ranged from drug sales, wanted persons, stolen vehicles to arson.
Acme recognizes Crumb
Kevin Buck Crumb, a 14-year employee, is the recipient of the Acme Brick, Holly Springs Plants Outstanding Contribution Award for the first quarter of 2005.
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