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Main Street Apartments

Developer Kagan Coughlin in nearing completion on eight apartments that span the upstairs of four buildings on Main Street in Water Valley. In the top photo, Coughlin shows the inside of his largest apartment– three bedrooms, two bathrooms – which had new occupants moving in Friday.
In the bottom photo, Joey Hastings from Sartain’s True Value gets the specs for furniture that will be placed in the four, smaller efficiency apartments that go on the market next week. The smaller apartments can be rented by the day, weekend, or week and are completely furnished. Coughlin is marketing the apartments for Ole Miss weekends, holidays and other events.
            He added that the apartments are perfect if your mother-in-law is coming for a  visit, you can put her up in style and at a distance.





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COFFEEVILLE – After years of speculation that the Jamie L. Whitten Plant Materials Center in western Yalobusha County would close, restructuring by the U.S.  Department of Agriculture (USDA) means the facility will remain open.
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WATER VALLEY – Police have arrested a Water Valley couple and charged them with molestation and rape involving minors.

Alderman Seeks Input On Litter Problem In Town
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Alderman Seeks Input On Litter Problem In Town
WATER VALLEY – Alder-man Bobby Cox wants his fellow city officials to put on their “thinking caps” and develop ideas to combat Water Valley’s litter problem.


‘Lightning Fast’ Dog Attacks Creates Frustration
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‘Lightning Fast’ Dog Attacks Creates Frustration
COFFEEVILLE – Citing the death of three dead calves and a prized coon dog, a Yalobusha woman strongly criticized the sheriff’s department for not enforcing the county’s vicious dog ordinance.

Alderman Declare ‘Shop’ Property As Surplus
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Alderman Declare ‘Shop’ Property As Surplus
WATER VALLEY – City officials have declared as surplus a little less than three acres of land that once was the site of one of the area’s largest employers.

Survey Answers Provide Insight Into School Trustees’ Priorities
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Survey Answers Provide Insight Into School Trustees’ Priorities
WATER VALLEY - District school board trustees are for the Common Core State Standards, but are not happy with the implementation or the testing mechanism. That was among the comments made as trustees answered questions on the Mississippi School Board Association 2015 legislative survey.


Help Coming For CR 60, Hearing Set For Abandonment Of CR 159
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COFFEEVILLE – A Yalobusha woman requested help for her road before cold, wet weather sets in this winter.


Art Crawl Includes Talented Lineup Of Musicians
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Art Crawl Includes Talented Lineup Of Musicians
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