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Among the volunteers are, back row, Steve Cheatham, Brenda Cheatham, Norman Moore, John Frazier and Kim Poe.      In front are Elsie Kirksey, Brenda Lillis, Michelle Frazier, Bo Swinney and Susan Simmons.
Among the volunteers are, back row, Steve Cheatham, Brenda Cheatham, Norman Moore, John Frazier and Kim Poe. In front are Elsie Kirksey, Brenda Lillis, Michelle Frazier, Bo Swinney and Susan Simmons.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016 6:00 PM
A group of volunteers is gearing up for Saturday’s “Next Level”  youth rally at the coliseum which will feature food, music and a message by an evangelist from Carthage.
  • Imagine how fantastic it would be to visit a beautiful tropical South Pacific paradise without leaving the United States during one of our coldest months!  The Allan and Andrew Windham families did just that recently when they went on a vacation to Disney World and Universal Studios.  They stayed at Disney's Polynesian Resort on the shores of Seven Seas Lagoon.
  • The names of honor roll students have been released for the fall semester at the University of Mississippi.
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Philip Nail of Tupelo announce the engagement of their daughter, Emily Kathryn Nail of Philadelphia, to Mark Douglas Fleming of Philadelphia.
  • Private applicators can attend training on Wednesday, February 10th beginning at 4 p.m. in the Neshoba County Coliseum multi-purpose room.  A private applicator is defined by law as one who uses an supervises the use of restricted-use pesticides  to produce an agricultural commodity on property owned or rented by him or his employer, or on the property of another person with whom he trades services.  
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  • There was little doubt that someone somewhere was praying for Private James Hoyt Bush, a twenty-one-year-old college student, and a member of the Second Marine Division. 
  • Private applicators can attend training on Wednesday, February 10th beginning at 4 p.m. in the Neshoba County Coliseum multi-purpose room.  A private applicator is defined by law as one who uses an supervises the use of restricted-use pesticides  to produce an agricultural commodity on property owned or rented by him or his employer, or on the property of another person with whom he trades services.
  • A group of volunteers is gearing up for Saturday’s “Next Level”  youth rally at the coliseum which will feature food, music and a message by an evangelist from Carthage.
  • Congratulations to Shana Ely of Philadelphia who was selected Surgical Technology Student of the Year at East Central Community College in Decatur.  The award was given in recognition of both her academic excellence in the classroom, and her performance in clinical settings.  The award was presented to Shana by the program director and instructor, LeAnn Shirley, and instructor Kristel Pilgrim during the Annual Pinning Ceremony on Thursday, Dec.19, 2015, in Vickers Fine Arts Center on campus.
  • When funny, mold-looking things start growing on landscape trees and shrubs, phones start ringing in Mississippi State University Extension Service offices across the state.
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