The Philadelphia Rotary Club recognized three seniors from area high schools as Students of the Month for September 2023 during its regular meeting last Monday.
Making food with her children and bonding with them in the kitchen is the best part of cooking for Candace Hays.
The Class of 1978 invites you to a Dine & Fellowship gathering on Veterans Day weekend, November 10 and 11. For more information, contact Carl Gary 662-386-9321,
The Class of 1978 invites you to a Dine & Fellowship gathering on Veterans Day weekend, November 10 and 11. For more information, contact Carl Gary 662-386-9321, Belinda Harris 404-516-6328, Faith (Bramela) Edwards 334-774-4999 after 3PM or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tyler Holland was recently elected the M1 Class Treasurer for the University of Mississippi School of Medicine Class of 2027 where he is pursuing his lifelong dream of becoming a physician.
Tam Proctor says that, unlike most people, going home and cooking is a great way for her to relax and unwind after a long day at work.
The Class of 1978 invites you to a Dine & Fellowship gathering on Veterans Day weekend, November 10 and 11.
Riley White left recently to start basic training in Fort Benning, Ga., for 10 weeks. After completing basic training, he will be assigned to duty for the next four years in the United States Army. His parents, Chad and Sheena White, and family, are so very proud of him.
If Denise Steele is ever having any problems or just wants to relieve some stress, cooking is her happy place.
The W (Mississippi University for Women) held its 2023 White Coat Ceremony for Nursing recently.
Peace and comfort are the biggest things Shundrell Clemons gets out of preparing food, and she always thinks of her grandmother whenever she cooks.
Ever since she learned to cook as a teenager, Sally Clark’s favorite part of cooking has been making food for her family, especially things like fresh vegetables from her garden along with deer meat and gravy.
The University of Mississippi Medical School held its White Coat and Pinning Ceremony for the 2027 Class on the Jackson campus.
Grilling ribs, chicken wings, and pork chops is Sam Thames’ favorite type of cooking.
The eleventh annual Indian Child Welfare Act Conference will be held Aug. 9 at the Silver Star Convention Center at Choctaw.
Students were invited to "Kick off to a Great School Year" on the Neshoba Central football field on July 29.
Choctaw Indian Princess Nalani LuzMaria Thompson recalls learning to make iconic dishes like hominy from her great-grandmother, grandmother, and her mother.
Neshoba Central’s Marlee Washington, an upcoming junior, has been selected to attend Spelman College's College Preparatory Institute in Atlanta. She was one of 60 students chosen from one thousand applicants.
Annette Watkins says she is blessed to see her grandchildren’s faces light up when they ask what’s on the menu for dinner.
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