February 26, 1943

Sgt. Andy L. Adkins, son of the late C. W. and Mrs. Adkins of Union. Sgt. Adkins is now stationed at Los Angeles, California. He entered service in U.S. Army in July, 1940.   


February 26, 1953

Patsy Sue Moore, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cumberland and pupil of Ms. Hugh Jones won Superior in the Music Festival here last Saturday.    


      February 28, 1963   

Glen Perry was named to the Philadelphia Municipal Separate School District Board of Trustees last week by Mayor Ab Davis Harbour and the City Council.                 

March 1, 1973

Lt. Gov. William Winter congratulates state Senator Ebb Horton of Louisville upon his recent selection as 1972 “Man of the Year” by the Louisville-Winston County Chamber of Commerce.  Horton, who has represented Neshoba and Winston Counties in the Mississippi Senate since 1968, is chairman of the senate’s Labor Committee.                      

March 3, 1983

The first graduates from the new Vocational Educational Program from the Choctaw Tribe are Sharon Gibson; Marilyn Steve; Vice Chief Frank Steve; Brenda Wilson; Barbara Ben; Vocational-Technical Director O. L. Newell; and East Central Junior College President, Dr. Charles V. Wright. The graduates were honored with a dinner banquet Thursday at the Colonial House.  .        


March 3, 1993 

Belinda Brown was honored recently as a Presidents Scholar for the 1992 Fall Semester at Mississippi State University.  She is a junior and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winford Brown. 


February 26, 2003

The Adam Byrd Literary Society recently donated $500 to the Neshoba County Nursing Home as part of its fund-raising campaign.  Jeremy Apperson, vice president; Daniel Puckett, sergeant at arms; Jason Blair, president; Lonnie Graeber, hospital administrator and Cade Parsons, critic, presented the donation.            


February 27, 2013

MSU Head Football Coach Dan Mullen shakes hands with Riley Winstead after autographing his program while his father, Brant, looks on.  Mullen spoke to a crowd of over 200 people, including several youngsters, during the “Champions of Youth” fundraiser for the Neshoba County Boys & Girls Club Thursday at the coliseum.  His message was: “Be the best you can be.” Board of Directors President Eric Prince said the fundraiser was a huge success for the club.  He hopes to make it an annual event. 

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