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Come by the MSU Extension Service-Neshoba County office and pick up your entry forms, entry tags, and exhibitor number for the Neshoba County Fair Exhibit Hall.

Durant loves making shrimp jambalaya

Sam Durant learned to cook shrimp jambalaya, hamburgers, chicken alfredo, and fried chicken from his parents, David and Kay Durant. These family meals were a staple growing up and sparked his love for cooking.

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Erika Sledge of Philadelphia recently graduated from Jackson State University with a Social Work degree. She plans to continue working at East MS State Hospital as a licensed social worker.

Walton loves to cook with her daughter

Crystal Walton learned to cook at a young age, standing by her grandmother Jan's side as she filled the kitchen with the aroma of spaghetti, homemade macaroni and cheese, or a roast served with rice and gravy.

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Laurel Hill Baptist Church will be hosting their homecoming on June 9, starting at 10:30 a.m. Speaker will be Bro. John Sharp. Larry Winstead will be in charge of music.

Thames experiments on the grill

Thames believes his best dishes are seafood-based. One of his favorite recipes is a crawfish dip that he and his wife serve over catfish fillets.

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All are invited to revival services held at Ivy Street Church of Christ from June 2-4. Services will be Sunday, June 2, at 10 a.m., Fellowship Meal from 1 p.m. to 2:50 p.m., and afternoon services starting at 3 p.m.

Steele's specialty is chicken spaghetti

Kensley Steele grew up spending summers in the kitchen watching his grandmother cook and his father grill ribs. From his grandmother, he learned to make homemade biscuits, stews, and soups, as well as how to can jalapeños and tomatoes.

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The First Methodist Church welcomed May with a churchwide Picnic at the Park on May 1, at Northside Park and Imagination Fun Station. Everyone was invited to come and bring a friend, a finger food, and a lawn chair. Hamburgers and hot dogs were served.

White loves to cook for church friends

Cathy White is a talented Southern cook who adores her family and loves to share her passion for food, especially with her grandchildren.

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New Blackjack Baptist Church will be having their homecoming and revival beginning on Sunday, May 19 at 11:00 a.m. Revival services will continue from Monday-Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. with Pastor Steve Craft delivering the message.

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Congratulations to Leake Academy’s Taylor Allen, 5A North Half State Champion!!! Taylor will compete in the State Championship on April 25. Good luck to Taylor! She worked hard to reach this final step.

Jones loves to cook baked beans

Rodney Jones started cooking as a teenager, learning by watching his mother, Ola Jones, prepare foods like baked beans, banana pudding, and hamburger casserole. Over the years, he also picked up cooking tips from his sister, Dorothy.

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Henry's Chapel Community Church will observe Memorial Day Service Sunday, May 5, 2024 at 11:00 AM. Pastor Mack Alford will deliver the message. Lunch under the shade trees on the picnic tables will be served after the message.

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The Neshoba Central Junior High Baseball Team won the Central Mississippi Championship last Monday night in playoffs!

Howell learned from grandmothers

Makaila Howell learned to cook foods like spaghetti, eggs, hamburgers, homemade biscuits, cornbread salad, and fruitcake from her two grandmothers, the late Tressie Lee Vowell and Betty Lane Walker.

Of Local Interest

All hunters and wildlife managers, foresters and loggers, private landowners, wildlife enthusiasts, and industry representatives, join us on April 18th, 2024, at the Coastal Plains Branch Experiment Station located at 51 Costal Plains Road Newton, MS from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. for a Wildlife Management Field Day.

Jenkins loves to cook classic dishes

Skye Jenkins learned to cook classic Southern foods like fried chicken, squash casseroles, and sweet potato casseroles from her grandmother, Jo Apperson, and her late mother-in-law, Terry Jenkins.

Hunter’s cooking reflects upbringing

Darlene Hunter grew up in a lively household with eight siblings, where cooking was a family affair guided by her mother, Betty Moore. 

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If you are interested in joining the Neshoba County 4-H Horse Club, join us on April 11th at 5:30 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room located at the Neshoba County Coliseum. This will include information regarding riding events as well as horse art opportunities.

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