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Sneak Preview

The Chamber of Commerce office renovations are complete and the Board of Directors is inviting the public  to drop by and see why the members are so proud of the facility's new look. An open house is scheduled for Friday, January 19th from 1 to 3 p.m. Toni Hill, Betty Hart, Zandra Walker, and Ann Surrette are pictured enjoying a "sneak preview" before any of the new furnishings were added. Please come and see for yourself how beautiful your Water Valley Chamber Office looks now!

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I-55 Chase Ends With Four-Car Pile-Up

I-55 Chase Ends With Four-Car Pile-Up

OAKLAND – A 52-mile police pursuit on I-55 that started in Desoto County ended with a multi-car pileup at the Oakland exit Saturday night after a high-speed trip through Tate and Panola counties.  One person was injured in the incident and a Memphis man was charged with six counts of aggravated assault, one count of aggravated assault on a police officer and one count of possession of a stolen vehicle according to Yalobusha County Sheriff Lance Humphreys.

Rate Hike Proposed For Water And Sewer In WV

Rate Hike Proposed For Water And Sewer In WV

WATER VALLEY – A proposed increase for water and sewage rates in the City of Water Valley is under consideration by aldermen and will primarily affect high-usage industrial customers. Water and Sewer Department Manager David Floyd presented the rate changes during the Jan. 2 city board meeting.

Sartain’s True Value Receives Spotlight Award

Sartain’s True Value Receives Spotlight Award

WATER VALLEY – Sartain’s True Value has been selected by the Water Valley Area Chamber of Commerce as the recipient of the Business Spotlight Award. On Friday, January 5th, the chamber proudly presented certificates to the two families involved in this business for over five decades – Jack and Judy Sartain and Joey and Lindsay Hastings. Presented by the current chamber president Linda Maynor, a large group of chamber board members, family and Water Valley Ambassadors witnessed the event.

Garbage Bill Will Increase To $15.50

COFFEEVILLE – The monthly garbage bill for residents in the county will increase from $13 to $15.50 per month starting in April after supervisors tentatively set the new rate in a recessed supervisor meeting last Friday in the Coffeeville courthouse. The new rates will be formally approved following a public hearing on the matter on March 5.

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