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Blaze Damages Apartments
Firefighters wore breathing apparatus to enter the burning Stephens Street Apartments last Thursday morning around 2:30 a.m. Volunteers from the city were backed by volunteers from Velma to fight the smoky residential fire. No one was injured, according to officials on the scene.                                     
–    Photo by Jack Gurnerl



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New Clinic Opens On Main Monday
6/3/2015

New Clinic Opens On Main Monday
WATER VALLEY – The Main Street Wellness Clinic is scheduled to open Monday in Water Valley and will house chiropractor Dr. G.R. Orndorff and registered dietician Alice Anne Lee as well as a new e-clinic.


Unemployment Figures Show More Jobs In April
6/3/2015

Unemployment Figures Show More Jobs In April

WATER VALLEY – Unemployment in Yalobusha County was 6.2 percent for the month of April.


Rails To Trails A Longshot, But Not Impossible
6/3/2015

Rails To Trails A Longshot, But Not Impossible
WATER VALLEY – Bruce Mayor Rudy Pope attended Monday's  supervisor meeting in Water Valley to gauge support for a potential “Rails to Trails” project on the 21-mile stretch of abandoned railroad right-of-way that stretches from Coffeeville to Bruce.


Blood Drive Scheduled Thursday
6/3/2015

Blood Drive Scheduled Thursday

WATER VALLEY – Mississippi Blood Services will hold a community blood drive on Thursday  from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. The MBS Donor Coach will be parked at the Piggly Wiggly in Water Valley.


A Photo ID Is Required To Vote
6/3/2015

A Photo ID Is Required To Vote
WATER VALLEY– Voters who do not already have some form of photo ID can have a Mississippi Voter ID card  made in the Circuit Clerk’s offices in Coffeeville or Water Valley for free.


Art By Husband And Wife Team Currently On Display At Renasant
6/3/2015

Art By Husband And Wife Team Currently On Display At Renasant

Art by husband and wife, Fred Asbury and Patty Simon, is currently on display at Renasant Bank.


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