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WVHS Cheerleaders
The varsity cheerleading squad includes (front row) AK Burress, Jasmine Polk, Jordan Lowery, Chasity Poynor, Cavondreia Hirsch, (second row) Ebony Hervey, Nadia Cooper, Carlye Washington, Katelin Byars, Taylor Anne Trusty, (back) Britney Wilbourn, Lori Wilson, Jaqiyha Sims, Ally Avant and Katelyn Stanford.  
– Photo by Mark Anthony



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Groundbreaking For New Jail
8/20/2014

Groundbreaking For New Jail
Construction is gearing up for the new county jail and county officials had an informal ground breaking last Thursday as the concrete footing was poured for the facility.


County Opts Out Of Building Codes
8/20/2014

County Opts Out Of Building Codes
WATER VALLEY – Supervisors opted out of a new law adopted during the 2014 Legislative Session requiring Mississippi cities and counties to adopt building codes.

Inmate Walks Off The Job Monday
8/20/2014

Inmate Walks Off The Job Monday
WATER VALLEY – A “resident” from the Mississippi Department of Corrections restitution center program walked off the job at Water Valley Poultry Monday prompting a search that culminated with his capture the next day in Clay County.


Schools To Seek Uniform Input
8/20/2014

Schools To Seek Uniform Input
WATER VALLEY – School uniforms are back on the table as a possibility for the 2015-2016 school year.


School Slots On Nov. Ballot
8/20/2014

School Slots On Nov. Ballot
WATER VALLEY – The qualifying period for school board elections is underway, with two slots on the November ballot in the Water Valley School District and one in the Coffeeville School District.

Generous Gift Equips Students
8/20/2014

Generous Gift Equips Students
WATER VALLEY – Second graders at Davidson Elementary School will get much needed exposure to technology thanks to a generous gift from a local business man with a solid belief in public education.

New County Budget Includes Raises For Employees
8/20/2014

New County Budget Includes Raises For Employees
WATER VALLEY – County employees will get a $50 monthly raise in the coming fiscal year that starts October 1. The raises come after county officials fine-tuned the 2014-15 budget during a recessed meeting last Thursday.

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