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It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like...
The carnival is just under a week away and Main Street is already buzzing with activity. Cate Wrenn colorfully decorates her Main Street Office, Everett Cocke Insurance, with a carnival theme. Wrenn was finger-painting the left side window. The right side window was done by Caleb Rawson.
In the bottom photo Mary Sue Stevens and Bonnie Cox are extremely busy at the Chamber of Commerce office. Cox is handling the phone and last minute details and Stevens is promoting the carnival souvenirs. The t-shirts cost $15 this year and are available at J’s On Main, Turnage Drug Store, The Caboose Boutique, Family Hairloom, the Chamber of Commerce Office and Doris’ Flowers and Gifts. The carnival programs cost $5 and can be purchased from the Chamber office, Herald Office, Clip, Snip & Curl, Mechanics Bank, Renasant Bank, The Family Hairloom, Turnage Drug Store and Varner Printing.





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Music Is Coming To Main Friday
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Music Is Coming To Main Friday
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Annual Community Enrichment Award Goes To Crawford
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Annual Community Enrichment Award Goes To Crawford
Dorris Hemphill Crawford will be the seventh recipient of the Luella Fair Community Enrichment Award.

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Father, Son Catch Mountain Climbing Bug
A father and son with Water Valley roots got bitten by the mountain climbing bug and recently took on one of the world’s most iconic peaks.

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School Trustees Opt Not To Join Lawsuit
District School Trustees voted Monday night not to join a lawsuit against the Mississippi legislature over Mississippi Adequate Education Program funding.

Change Order Saves School District Just Under $10 Grand
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Change Order Saves School District Just Under $10 Grand
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