For Angel Weems, bringing people together is her favorite part of cooking tasty dishes.
The Citizens Bank recently presented Neshoba Central School District with a check for $$12,913.50 from the School Stash Debit Card program!
Trent Stribling credits his love for cooking unique and exciting dishes to the food he tried when traveling around the country with his father.
Two of Leake Academy's basketball team players have acquired 1,000 career points. Emeri Warren, #12, and Morgan Freeny, #11, who are both seniors, reached their career high points while members of the Rebelettes. Congratulations!
The Neshoba County Forestry Association is hosting a Spring Short Course on February 16, 2023, from 12 p.m. – 1
James Savage said the best aspect of cooking is bringing people together and hearing someone tell him his food is the best thing they’ve ever tasted is incredibly humbling for him.
The Neshoba Central High School Theatre Group received good news! The group submitted several audition videos to compete in the finals at the MTA Festival in Tupelo. There are several students who are finalists and will compete January 12-15 in Tupelo.
Tamara Haynes enjoys cooking because it brings everyone together.
After three years of intense study, Nohemi Gordon graduated from the Meridian campus of Mississippi State University during commencement on Dec. 9 with a Master of Arts Degree.
Mississippi State University released the names of those students who made the Dean's List for the fall semester.
Loretta Mooney quickly discovered the necessity to start cooking on her own when she had her three sons and saw how much they could eat.
While Justin Craft spends most of his time pastoring Trinity Baptist Church, he enjoys spending time with family and cooking.
The Ladies Secret Sister Reveal party was held at the Church of Christ on Saturday, December 3.
Mazell Skinner is going to be 98 this month, and she still enjoys cooking for every family occasion.
Neshoba Central Elementary School recently announced the 2022-20223 Mr. and Miss NCES. Jax Allan Lovern and Leilani Faulkner are fifth graders who were chosen for this honor by their peers for displaying positive behavior and characteristics that reflect what it means to be a ROCKET.
Sandy Johnson prefers cooking foods in a more old-fashioned style, like frying potatoes in an iron skillet and using a Betty Washington cast iron wood burning stove to prepare meals in the winter.
For the second year in a row, Isaiah Autry has received an invitation to attend the NBC Sports National Combine. He attended in 2022 and is looking forward to participating in the 2023 event which will be held on Thursday, January 5th to Saturday, January 7 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.
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