Of Local Interest

The Monument Replacement Committee continues to sell bricks and pavers to be placed at our new Fallen Veterans Monument located in DeWeese Park adjacent to the Neshoba County Library

Cooking is a Copeland family affair

Kaitlin Copeland has always loved mac and cheese and her husband Jason knows how to make it just how she likes it.

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The Holland House was charmingly decorated for spring and Easter in soft pastel colors when the Fifth Wednesday Bridge Club arrived for a fun meeting. Hostesses for the event were Marianne Enochs, Ray Flemming, and Joyce Hardy.

Adams enjoys using family recipes

Meredith Adams is a pageant girl who has always had a sweet tooth and a values her family over everything.

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Happy Anniversary to Dwayne and Judy Sharp who celebrated their 50th Anniversary on March 22! It was a Golden Anniversary for this couple who together have worked at full-rime careers and made it to retirement. They reared 2 fantastic children, a daughter, Cindi Sharp Kennedy, and a son, Jody Sharp.

David and Jill Ray are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Holly Elise Ray to James Kyle Peebles, son of Mark and Stephaine Peebles of Philadelphia.

Of Local Interest

The Monument Replacement Committee continues to sell bricks and pavers to be placed at our new Fallen Veterans Monument located in DeWeese Park adjacent to the Neshoba County Library. Bricks are $125.00 and Pavers are $200.00 each. Every effort will be made to get any orders received by the 15th of April shipped in and installed before our Memorial Day ceremony scheduled for May 30

It is with great pride that Tommy and Barbara Bane of House, Ms and Jeff Fortune(Tyawanna) of Four Corners, Ms and Terri Lyn Williamson of Ethel, MS announce the upcoming wedding of their children, Raven JoAnn Bane and Andrew Noah Fortune. 

Watkins enjoys making soft cookies

Lisa Watkins is a family woman who loves to make meals and treats for her children and grandchildren.

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A beautiful baby girl made her debut into the world on March 11, 2022, where she was welcomed with great joy by her parents, Austin and Destiny Lofton. Vivian Grace Lofton weighed exactly 8 pounds of perfection. She has a perfect nursery which was prepared with much love for her arrival. Congratulations!

Priscilla Drury is a God-fearing woman who cherishes her family. 

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February Teachers of the Month from Neshoba Central High School are Angie Breland (English Dept.); Carla Deweese (Math Dept.); Kim Kilpatrick (Electives Dept.); Delores Stribling (Substitute Teacher Dept); Kip Herrington (Science Dept.); Joseph Pankey (History Dept); and Demarko Morse (Support Staff Dept.). Congratulations!

Deweese enjoys spending time in kitchen

Morgan Deweese is a pharmacist who has dedicated her life to raising her three fur babies, traveling, and indulging in a good meal when she can.

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What more could a girl want from a gymnastics meet? Twelve-year-old Kiera Boston felt she had it all when she placed number one overall in her division at a Judges' Gymnastics Meet in Hattiesburg recently.

Sevcik learned much from grandmother

Donna Sevcik has been a nursing assistant for over 20 years and she always makes time to have a good meal. Just like many she grew up watching her grandmother and her mother cook. 

Just Among Friends

Burgin McClellan was named to the Chancellor's Honor Roll at the University of Mississippi for the fall semester, 2021.  She is a member of the class of 2022 who is majoring in Legal Studies: Paralegal and minoring in Political Science.

Of Local Interest

Center Hill Baptist Church on Highway 486 in Philadelphia will hold their Spring Revival beginning Sunday night,

Just Among Friends

The Citizens Bank’s Service Awards were recently presented.  Philadelphia employees at the main bank receiving awards are Patsy Smith, 46 years; Greg McKee, 40 years; Polly Hall, 30 years;

Myers likes to keep cooking ‘simple’

Darlene Myers grew up in the Calico community and is a true Southern woman. 

Ford remembers cookies at Christmas

Tiffany Ford grows her own herbs so she can make her own spices to use when she cooks.

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