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Arrest made in Selmer counterfeiting case
Arrest made in Selmer counterfeiting case

A suspect is in custody following the discovery of several counterfeit bills passed at three Selmer businesses over a three-day period, according to reports from the Selmer Police Department.

Steven J. Kiestler was arrested by Sgt. Ted Roberts on state charges of criminal simulation, according to Lt. Roger Rickman.

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Bethel Rebels win first county title
Bethel Rebels win first county title

The Bethel Springs Rebels won their first county title ever last Monday night and
finished their season 16-2 after defeating the Selmer Lions 44-39 in the championship game of the 2012 McNairy County Junior High Basketball Tournament held at McNairy Central High School.

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Driver flees after splashing into pond: Officers investigate possible link between Selmer domestic disturbance, Guys crash
Driver flees after splashing into pond: Officers investigate possible link between Selmer domestic disturbance, Guys crash

A suspect is still at large following domestic dispute in Selmer last Monday night.

The sheriff’s department answered the call on a domestic dispute last Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Bendall Trailer Park on Ramer Selmer Road in Selmer. 

The suspect was a black male approximately 45, driving a 2001 4-door gray Oldsmobile with Alcorn County tags.

The suspect left the scene at the trailer park and headed south.  Authorities stated the suspect was armed and dangerous.

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Lady Blue Devils finish season as undefeated county champions
Lady Blue Devils finish season as undefeated county champions

The Michie Lady Blue Devils finished their season undefeated at 18-0 after a 38-15 victory over the Selmer Lady Lions in the championship game of the 2012 McNairy County Junior High Basketball Tournament held at McNairy Central High School last Monday night.

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Roaming in a covered wagon on a journey for Jesus
Roaming in a covered wagon on a journey for Jesus

Mark and Deb Harris are on a journey for Jesus. What makes their journey unique is their preferred mode of transportation.

They have been on their journey in a covered wagon from Michigan since September, 2011.

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