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Evan Hensley

Evan joined WTVA in 2018.

Title: Multi-Media Journalist

Evan is from Miamisburg, Ohio, and is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University.

Recent Posts by Evan Hensley

Amory prepares for next step to become a "wet" city

On Tuesday, voters in Amory passed two referendums involving the sale of beer and liquor within the city limits.

One month later, Alcorn County and Corinth still cleaning up Olga's mess

The cleanup is expected to take a while after the tropical storm left behind damage and debris in late October.

State of Okolona held to improve the town

The CREATE Foundation held a community forum on Thursday to discuss ways to improve the Town of Okolona.

Amory area business, church post anti-alcohol signs

A business and a church in the Amory area posted signs recently telling people to vote "no" on legalizing alcohol sales.

Oktibbeha County firefighters train for propane fires

Firefighters in Oktibbeha County are preparing to battle propane fires.

Lee County in "critical need" of O-negative blood donors

Vitalant, a blood donation location in Tupelo, has declared a critical situation due to the lack of O-negative blood stocked in its shelves.

Lee County circuit clerk explains computer issue during election night

This was the first election in which Lee County used new computer software.

Thompson defeats Holland for seat in the state House of Representatives

Longtime state Rep. Steve Holland lost his re-election bid to Rickey Thompson.

Aberdeen mayor arrested on embezzlement charges

Aberdeen Mayor Maurice Howard was arrested Wednesday by the state on embezzlement charges.

Alcorn County recovering from weekend wind

Alcorn County saw serious damage after Tropical Storm Olga came through northern Mississippi during the weekend.

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