Smith loves experimenting in kitchen

Casey Smith thinks of cooking as a way to experiment.

Potted plants are like fish in a bowl

Poor Big Jim, my oversized potted rubber tree. Now close to half a century old, the aging tropical giant wannabe keeps trying to do his whale of a thing, in a little bathtub of a pot. 

Of Local Interest

Linwood Volunteer Fire Department will be changing the day and time of our monthly board meetings to the third Tuesday of every month, beginning at 5:30 p.m. This is our regular board meeting that is open to the public. 

Keith May stands next to the Christmas Village he created and sets up in downtown Philadelphia each year.

Just Among Friends

Congratulations to Neshoba County High School Junior Ty Martin for being selected to attend the United States Senate Page School in Washington, D. C. He was one of 30 students who were selected nationwide and the only one from the state of Mississippi. He will return to NCHS in the fall of 2022.

Shoffner learned to cook from mother

Thomas Shoffner said he has always been intrigued by cooking.

Pilgrim loves to cook for her family

Her grandmother, Doris Bounds, used to own a restaurant called The Café in DeKalb.

Family members of the late Meridian Police Officer Mst. Sgt. Bridgette Rochelle Horn of Philadelphia adopted a stretch of Highway 19 recently.

Leake Academy students of all ages collected toy donations during the month of November to go towards the upcoming Motors 4 Toys Cruise In/Toy Drive that will be held in Philadelphia on Saturday, December 11, at 9:00 am.

Just Among Friends

The day after Thanksgiving, November 26, Karsten McClain Mars decided to make her debut into the world. She missed

Breazeale makes candy at Christmas

Making Christmas candy is a family tradition for Melinda Breazeale. 

Look for cool, new plants right under your noses

Live and learn, and in the process find cool new plants that have been hiding right under our noses for generations. 

Proper disposal of deer carcasses important

With the passing of each year, there appears to be an increas­ing number of deer carcasses appearing on roadsides and in streams or rivers. These dump­ing practices are not only illegal, but unsightly and unhealthy.

Of Local Interest

North Bend Fire Protection District will hold its annual meeting on December 11th at 2 pm at Fire Station #1 located on Highway 21 North.  Everyone is invited to attend. 

Working with a “rare and rich” digital archive of 19th-century Choctaw language court documents, Penn State history scholars and graduate students are partnering with linguists from the University of Florida on a multi-faceted initiative called the Choctaw Language and History Workshop.

Of Local Interest

North Bend Fire Protection District will hold its annual meeting on December 11th at 2 pm at Fire Station #1 located on Highway 21 North.  Everyone is invited to attend. 

The Carefree Red Hatters of Brandon, Canton and Philadelphia enjoyed great food and fellowship at the China Buffett in Canton earlier this month.

County Administrator Jeff Mayo, right, and Renea Wilson put up Christmas decorations around the Neshoba County Courthouse on Monday afternoon.

Mercedes Cotton and Andrew Donald, both of Philadelphia, were recently initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society. Cotton and Donald were initiated at Mississippi State University.

Just Among Friends

One of Philadelphia's favorite couples celebrated a milestone anniversary recently.  Mundy and Carole Dees Breazele have been married for 57 wonderful years on November 27.

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