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WVHS Blue Devils sweep Nettleton Tigers

The Water Valley Blue Devils baseball team had been plagued with slow starts recently, falling behind early in games and fighting to get back in them. (more…) (March 23, 2011, Page 7)

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    Carter brings inspirational message to high schools

    Sean Carter, a traumatic brain injury survivor, is bringing his inspirational message on the dangers of drinking and driving to the local high schools. Carter will speak to the junior and senior classes of Oxford High School on Thursday from 10 to 11 a.m., and to the junior and senior classes of Lafayette High School on Friday from 10 to 11 a.m. (March 2, 2011, Page 3)

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      New Albany ends LHS Lady ‘Dores playoff run

      A strong start to the second half for the Lafayette Lady Commodores basketball team wasn’t enough to overcome a sluggish first half Friday night, as the Lady ‘Dores were defeated by New Albany, 49-35, in semifinal action at the Class 4A North Half playoff tournament. (more…) (February 21, 2011, Page 7)

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        Lady Indians no match for LHS’ team approach

        The  Itawamaba Agricultural Lady Indians definitely got the memo on Lafayette guard Shaq Isom: Pay attention and guard her close.

        The memo on the rest of the team must have slipped through the cracks, though, as the Lady Commodores, behind a solid team effort, soundly defeated the Lady Indians 63-38 Tuesday night at the LHS gymnasium in the first round of the MHSAA Class 4A playoffs. (February 16, 2011, Page 7)

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          Time to shake ‘em on down

          The 16th annual Double Decker Arts Festival is shaping up to be one to remember. Festival organizers are putting together an all-star lineup of both musical acts and art vendors. Recently is was announced that one of Mississippi’s own, the North Mississippi Allstars, will be headlining Saturday night’s music festival. A full lineup is expected to be announced within the next two weeks. (February 15, 2011, Page 1)

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            Isom leads Lady ‘Dores to win over Center Hill

            It isn’t often that your starting point guard enters the fourth quarter of play without haven broken a sweat, but sometimes it pays off. (more…) (February 14, 2011, Page 6A)

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              Winter wonderland? Bah humbug!

              With another snow storm and freezing temperatures shutting down most of the community, Assistant News Editor Jeff Eubanks wonders if all those who whined about not having snow are happy now. He longs for warmer days and getting rid of weather-induced sniffles, and is excited about the prospects for the weekend and beyond. (February 10, 2011, Page 4)

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                Blue Devils win with ease Tuesday

                If the first game is the toughest test, then Water Valley passed with ease Tuesday night, as the No. 3 seeded Blue Devils rolled to a 58-44 win over No. 6 seed South Pontotoc at Winona’s J.J. Knox Gym in the opening round of the Region 2-3A Tournament. (more…) (February 9, 2011, Page 8)

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                  Burlesque group helping local charity

                  A team effort is being put in place to help raise money for the Oxford Medical Ministries Saturday night at the Powerhouse, as the Young Professionals of Oxford and Yoknapatawpha Arts Council present the second annual Valentine’s Day Vaudeville Review. Tennessee Tease, a burlesque group made up primarily of Ole Miss theater students, will perform “Venus Envy” and host a meet and greet photo/autograph session during a VIP reception before the show. (February 4, 2011, Page 3A)

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                    Fish Habitat Day

                    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Sardis Lake will host its annual Fish Habitat Day on Feb. 12. The Corps of Engineers is asking for volunteer assistance to create new fish habitats with stake beds and donated Christmas trees. Many fishermen know that one of the keys to a good fishing spot is good habitat. As reservoirs age, flooded timber and brush rots away leaving minnows and fish fry with less protective cover. Replacing this cover is important to maintain healthy fish populations. This event also gives fishermen an opportunity to become familiar with the locations of these structures around the lake.
                    Volunteers are asked to report to Teckville Landing or the new Sardis Lake Field Office location at the north end of Sardis Dam for registration from 7 to 7:30 a.m. Volunteers are encouraged to wear outdoor work clothing including gloves. ATV use is allowed, but ATV riders are reminded to wear helmets. Volunteers will be treated to a stew lunch at the Corps of Engineers shop or Holiday Lodge at Teckville Landing. For more information, call Hayden Sullivant or Ramon Pierce at the Sardis Lake Field Office (662) 563-4531. (January 28, 2011)

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