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Melinda Breazeale
Melinda Breazeale
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 6:00 PM
When it comes to Sunday afternoons after church services, Melinda and John Breazeale can usually be found in the kitchen preparing some type of Cajun dish, from gumbo to red beans and rice.

The couple makes their home on Wilson Street and are members of Linwood Baptist Church.
  • Miss Savell to wed Trent Rickles March 4
    Mr. and Mrs. Mike Savell of Philadelphia are proud to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Jade Elizabeth Savell, to Trent Rickles, son of Richard Rickles and Patti Rickles, both of Philadelphia.

    Miss Savell is the granddaughter of Jim and Martha Whittle of Philadelphia and the late Rothell and Nell Tolbert of Philadelphia.
  • The Vienna Boys Choir performed in Jackson at Belhaven University's Center for the Arts on Saturday evening, Feb.  4.  The boys' choirs have been singing at the Vienna Imperial Chapel since 1926 for the likes of Mozart, Haydn, Salderi, and Schubert. Auditions are held year round for new voices. Nearly 100 boys between the ages of 10-14 are divided into four touring choirs.  These choirs have given around 300 concerts a year which were attended by almost half a million spectators around the world.  The proceeds from this concert will benefit the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra which sponsored the Choir.
  • The January meeting of the Lydian Music Club was held in the home of Mrs. Joan Hight.  The meeting was  called to order by Cary Eldridge, President.  The Federation Collect and  Federation hymn was led by Libby Waddell.

    We were honored to have the Hight men to perform for us.  The group was composed of  Troy, Casey, and Jonathan Hight.  They were accompanied by Joan Hight.  Their selection was “I Think About His Love.”
  •  The Nimble Thimbles Quilt Guild had its first meeting of 2017 on Jan. 5 with 10 members present.

    They were Barbara Pou, Burnadyne Smith, Jimmie Pasnir, Brenda Greer, Romona Tucker, Helen Herrington, Linda Madison, Mary Ruth Thomas and Dianne Smith.

  • Philadelphia Elementary School

    PK – 12th

    Breakfast
  • MSU Riley Center presented "Daniel Tiger Live!" as part of its scheduled performances for the season.  It is based on the Public Broadcasting Station (PBS) kids' television show, "Daniel Tiger.”

     The show took the audience through a day in the life of Daniel Tiger.  The children got up close and personal with many of the props used in the show.  They had so much fun and so did the adults who went along!
  • With the victory on the horizon in Europe, vicious, bloody fighting lay ahead for many Neshoba County Marines. On February 19, 1945, over 70,000 men of the Fourth and Fifth Marine Divisions, with the Third Marine Division in reserve, put ashore on an eight-square-mile pile of rocks and ashes on an island named Iwo Jima in the Volcano Islands. Lieutenant General Holland M. “Howlin’ Mad” Smith, commander of the expeditionary force, made a gloomy prediction of 15,000 casualties after reconnaissance photographs showed a well-fortified, dug-in enemy, an  estimate which proved to be low. After 35 days of warfare, on March 26, 1945, the battle ended with 6,831 marines killed in action. For the Marine Corps, this World War II contest produced the highest casualty rate in its 168-year history.
  • Neshoba 4-H’ers compete in roundup
    The Neshoba County 4-H Horse Judging team recently returned from Denver, Colorado where they competed in the 2017 Western National Roundup with more than twenty teams from across the United States. The Mississippi teams earned a third place – High State Overall Award in the Horse Classic, with the Neshoba team placing sixth in Horse Judgin
  • Neshoba County Schools

    PK – 12th

    Breakfast
  •  Lynda Stribling received a special Christmas present from her son, Heath, and daughter, Regan Sonnabend.  The gift was tickets to the Wynton Marsalis Jazz Ensemble concert at the MSU Riley Center in Meridian.  She received another surprise when her daughter, Regan  Sonnabend, came from Illinois to attend the concert with her mother. 
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