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Water Valley Main Street Annual Meeting

The Water Valley Main Street Association recognized businesses, individuals and institutions who have provided support during the last decade. The group included (from left) Binnie Turnage and Bobby Turnage  for Turnage Drug Store, Lee McMinn, Nell Jobe for Mechanics Bank, Main Street Director Mickey Howley, Mayor Larry Hart for the City of Water Valley, Eddie and Pat Ray and the North Mississippi Herald (not pictured). The honors were handed out during Main Street’s annual meeting last Thursday as the association reached the 10-year mark.

– Photo by David Howell



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Valley Tool Crew Will Celebrate 20 Years
10/18/2017

Valley Tool Crew Will Celebrate 20 Years

WATER VALLEY – It’s been 20 years since Cayce Washington purchased an existing machine shop in Water Valley and started doing business on a shoe-string budget. The milestone will be celebrated Saturday with a company picnic honoring the dedicated work force and celebrating the uphill battle as Valley Tool, Inc., has grown from a half-dozen employees to one of the county’s larger employers. 



No Qualifiers In School Race
10/18/2017

WATER VALLEY – The race for Water Valley School District Position One Trustee will not appear on November’s General Election ballot. Circuit Clerk Daryl Burney reported that no candidates qualified for the position. The deadline to qualify for the five-year term was Sept. 8.


Jury Unable To Reach Verdict, Mistrial Declared
10/18/2017

Jury Unable To Reach Verdict, Mistrial Declared

BATESVILLE – After a six-day trial and nine hours of deliberation, and after several confusing attempts to declare their decision to Judge Gerald Chatham Monday afternoon, the jury in the Quinton Tellis murder trial was unable to agree on a verdict. The judge thanked the jury, who were chosen in Pike County and transported to Batesville last Sunday. Then he declared a mistrial.



Pine Valley’s Annual Haunted Hollow Is October 27-28
10/18/2017

Pine Valley’s Annual Haunted Hollow Is October 27-28

Pine Valley Fire Department’s 2017 annual Haunted Hollow will be held Friday, October 27 and Saturday, October 28, from 7 p.m. until Midnight each night. Admission will be $7 per person. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Money raised will help provide the necessary equipment for the fire department.



Halloween Party Scheduled Oct. 28
10/18/2017

Halloween Party Scheduled Oct. 28

A Halloween party is scheduled at the National Guard Armory in Water Valley on Saturday, October 28th, from 6 to 10 p.m. Youth up to 12 grade are invited to this event. The fun will include face painting, characters, games plenty of good food and DJ Lashon Polk.  


Friday Night DJ Party Is Fundraiser For Arts Council
10/18/2017

Friday Night DJ Party Is Fundraiser For Arts Council

The public is invited to the first "Vinyl Vipers" DJ party benefitting Water Valley Arts Council. Bradley Gordon's Vinyl Vipers first "Good Causes" event is at Yalobusha Brewing Company inside Heartbreak Coffee. DJs will play all vinyl sets for free. A portion of bar sales will be donated to the Water Valley Arts Council! 



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