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Top Stories for October 8, 2014

IN BROAD DAYLIGHT

Butler store robbed Sunday

By Ashley B. Downing
Sun-Advocate Editor

BUTLER -- The Butler Police Department is investigating a robbery that occurred at Dollar General Store in broad daylight on Sunday, October 5, around 11:15 a.m.

Murder suspect remains in custody

  • Investigations ongoing

By Dee Ann Campbell
Sun-Advocate Publisher

SCOTT MOUNTAIN – A suspect remains in custody on murder charges in the August 22 slaying of 29-year-old Jeremy James, and authorities are still investigating circumstances surrounding the murder.

Commission to seek AG opinion on mileage reimbursements

By Dee Ann Campbell
Sun-Advocate Publisher

BUTLER – The Choctaw County Commission will seek an Attorney General’s opinion on the issue of reimbursements for mileage and travel expenses for members of the board.

Amid ongoing controversy over what appears to be conflicting state and local laws, county attorney Lee McPhearson asked the commission on Tuesday for a resolution asking for advice from the state on the matter.


CITY vs. COUNTY

Butler passes resolution about road transfer

Mayor opts not to sign resolution

By Ashley B. Downing
Sun-Advocate Editor

BUTLER-Resolution 313 was adopted during the Sept. 23rd Butler town council meeting, outlining an agreement by the Town of Butler and the county regarding five roads within town limits that were transferred between the two entities.

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