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Happy Anniversary to Jim and Martha Whittle who celebrated 57 years of marriage on July 15th! Seven years ago the couple's family and friends enjoyed a celebration of their Golden Anniversary of 50 years. more
Lola Barton Beckham, daughter of the late D.L. and Cara Barton, collects cookbooks and has been buying a cookbook on every roadtrip she has been on since 2010.  more
Since 1985, America has celebrated July as National Park and Recreation Month, celebrating unbridled outdoor recreation and encouraging everyone to explore their local recreational facilities and parks in honor of summer and the beauty of nature. more
Landry Payne, who served as Neshoba County’s Distinguished Young Woman in 2018, said her love of representing Neshoba County motivated her to compete in the Miss Hospitality contest in Hattiesburg this week.  more
Some people rescue wandering puppies or kittens; I rescue worms from sidewalks, and neglected plants. With permission. more
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.  Youth ages 8-18 can enter items in the categories of fresh fruits and vegetables, field crops, food preservation, food-nutrition, posters, an more
Johnny and Jackie McBeath of Philadelphia Mississippi announce the upcoming wedding of their daughter Luvetrius Cassandra McBeath to Micheal Olanda Hoye of Carthage Mississippi on Saturday July 17, 2021 at Westside Community Center at 4 p.m..  more
A Century of Love and Blessings. On June 28, 2021, Mildred Gardner of Union, Ms, reached the age of 100. more
Trinity Baptist Church recently concluded Vacation Bible School which was held at the church. The theme for this year was "Finding True Treasure". more
Bobbie Beckham loves living on a farm and being able to access fresh produce from the family's garden. more
Penny Saxton started baking birthday cakes for her sons, and baking eventually turned into one of her biggest passions. more
A new chapter began in the life of Blake Sanders when he departed on Tuesday, June 27 for San Antonio, Texas, where he will begin Basic Training in the Air National Guard. more
Stickball players representing teams from 28 different communities took to the roads around the Choctaw Indian Reservation last Saturday morning for a Unity Walk to raise awareness about diabetes and to promote living a healthy lifestyle. more
Called to be the hands and feet of Jesus, Mandy Cumberland said serving as a Love Out Loud ministry volunteer for the first time last week was meaningful and she wishes she could have done more.  more
Landry Payne will represent Neshoba County in the 72nd Mississippi Miss Hospitality Competition at the Historic Hattiesburg Saenger Theater in Downtown Hattiesburg July 15 - 17 at 8 p.m. each evening. more
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. more
The descendants of Ollie and Sadie Hardy held their family reunion on Memorial Day at Bobby and Joyce Hardy’s lake cabin. There were 50 family members who attended. more
After working as a dental assistant for 45 years, Linda Bryan is retiring July 1, and the moment feels bittersweet.  more
Hailey Donald, the winner of the recently revived Miss Black Neshoba County Pageant, said she formed a sisterhood with other competitors throughout the competition.  more
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. more
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