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These East Central Community College students took top honors during the 2021 State SkillsUSA Virtual Conference and those garnering first place awards will represent Mississippi at the virtual National SkillsUSA contest this summer. more
A recent graduate of Neshoba Central's Class of 2021, Emily Berry, was presented with a certificate from the United States Navy for achieving the highest ASVAB score and enlisting to be a part of the elite group of recruits for the Navy. more
Jade Savell Rickles and husband Trent Rickles bought the old Sandtown Store and made it a forever home in July 2019. more
Between 60 and 70 volunteers gathered Monday morning at the Neshoba County Baptist Center to kick off a week-long Love Out Loud celebration of giving back to the community and sharing the love of God. more
Keeping the memories of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner alive is important to Jewel McDonald, who as a senior in high school saw the Ku Klux Klan burn her church in the Longdale community and murder the three young men because they were registering blacks to vote here. more
Production of the popular A&E Network reality television program “Duck Dynasty” ended in 2017 but love for the show’s stars, the members of the Robertson family of Louisiana, lives on.  more
Is there a quirky gardener in your neighborhood who does things a bit on the wacky side?  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 Neshoba County Baptist Association will hold the second annual week-long worship and community service event known as Love Out Loud next week.  more
Congratulations to Kelsey Bounds who won the Neshoba County 2020-2021 Reward "A's" Scholarship contest sponsored by The Citizens Bank. She will receive a $1,000.00 scholarship and her school, Neshoba Central High School, will receive $500.00. more
Elaine Kirksey moved to Washington, D.C., in 1980 to work for the federal government. more
Live and learn, Eh? And sometimes relearn, which happened last week when I made a critical error when applying a natural insecticide.  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 Neshoba Central High School Class of 1972 awarded four scholarships in the amount of $500 to the Class of 2021. more
Welcome to the world, Eleanor Kathryn Johnson! She arrived on May 28 weighing 6 pounds and15 ounces of pure sweetness. Her parents are Brent and Mollie Claire McKay Johnson who were joyfully waiting to meet her. more
Belynda Adkins comes from a generation of women who love to cook.  more
Dorothy Fain, Glenda Vowell, Brian Vowell, Carlee Sharp, and Riaya Sharp made 5 generations! more
Lathan Johnson has been awarded a $4,000 Yates Companies, Inc. Scholarship for the first two years of college. He was selected by a scholarship committee at The Yates Companies, Inc. based upon academics, extra-curricular activities and two short essays. more
An outpouring of support from the community was on display recently at Philadelphia Elementary as sirens wailed and a parade of police and emergency vehicles gathered to kick off the beginning of testing. more
Hand grabbing for catfish has been around for centuries. more
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