The building where Derek Englert’s daughter Sylvie once played indoor soccer still stands.
Not much else in Mayfield, Kentucky, does anymore.
A Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputy was shot in the line of duty Thursday afternoon. CCSO responded to a 911 call on Highway 46 West
Travis Shope’s first spin on a pottery wheel didn’t go so well.
WEST POINT — North Mississippi Medical Center-West Point Wellness Center is sponsoring a 9.11 Memorial Stair Climb on Sept. 11 at West Point High School
In mid-August, Prairie Arts Festival organizers worried that the rise of COVID cases would make them cancel the event that has been held since 1978.
West Point Consolidated School District will move to virtual learning for the next two weeks due to a COVID-19 outbreak.
The annual Prairie Arts Festival, held in downtown West Point, is still going forward but with modifications, organizing committee members announced Monday.
Clay County Sheriff’s Office is searching for an suspect in an attempted murder and kidnapping.
Urgent Team Walk-In Urgent Care in West Point recently welcomed family nurse practitioner Dana Grant, MSN NP-C. Grant earned a Master of Science in Nursing
Amateur radio operators from across the Golden Triangle gathered over the weekend at the Community Counseling Services Administrative Campus, formerly Mary Holmes College in West Point.
West Point police are investigating a Sunday night shooting at an apartment complex off Highway 50.
On June 8, Rod Bobo became the first Black mayor in the city of West’s Point’s 163-year history.
On April 6, Rod Bobo stayed at the Clay County Civic Center until well after midnight, waiting for the results of the West Point Democratic Primary, a race he eventually won by 101 votes over Cole Bryan.
Candidates in the West Point mayor’s race are pouring thousands of their own money into their campaigns, according to finance reports filed last week with the city clerk’s office.
U.S. Army veteran Jeff Donald spent years in Europe, where every year, citizens held ceremonies and placed flowers on the graves at American cemeteries honoring those who died in the world wars.
Two years ago, when John Almond was first starting the nonprofit Dream Center Golden Triangle to meet the needs of Columbus’ most impoverished people, he found a young mother and her two children who were sleeping on the linoleum floor of their home.
In March and April 2020, when COVID-19 was shutting down cities, business and stifling in-person interaction, the Golden Triangle Development LINK was in the early stages of making a deal with Origis Energy to build a solar farm in Clay County.
Christi Dubois barely got to meet her husband.
Ushered aboard a train car at the Durant Central Illinois Railroad Depot, Dubois took a seat. Next to her was a man she’d never met. He, Dubois was informed, was her husband.