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Leah Stinson
Leah Stinson
Wednesday, May 4, 2016 6:00 PM
lmost 600 children in Neshoba County will soon see the arrival of their first book from the Dolly Parton Imagination Library and coordinator Leah Stinson couldn’t be more excited.

The program mails a free, brand-new, age-appropriate book to enrolled children every month from birth until five years of age, creating a home library of up to 60 books and instilling a love of books and reading from an early age.
  • God, faith and family Moore’s top priorities
    God, faith and family are the most important things in Olivia Moore’s life as she begins a new chapter. She is re-enrolling at East Central Community College this fall where she is beginning her Bachelor of Elementary Education degree. She describes herself as a full-time nanny, wife, mama and student.

    Moore went to college straight out of high school but decided to take a sabbatical leave to focus on her family. She and her husband Josh married in 2014 and have one son together, Sam, who was born in 2015.
  • A group of friends boarded an Amtrak train at Union Station in Jackson for a girls' trip to New Orleans the last weekend in July.  The unusual thing about this group of women was their long- time friendship.  They have shared a bond of friendship for over twenty years!  They went through school together in Philadelphia, and graduated from Philadelphia High School in 1993.  Although they went in many different directions, their friendship remained strong through the passing years. 
  • Anna Alexa Graham to wed Ferris O'Bannon McGuire
    Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Graham of Philadelphia announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Anna Alexa, to Mr. Ferris O'Bannon McGuire of Macon, Miss. Mr. McGuire is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip O. McGuire Sr of Macon.

    The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Graham of Conehatta and Mrs. Martha Graham of Decatur and the late Johnnie Graham of Decatur.
  • James Dylan Spears and Allison Brooke Johnson were united in marriage on July 11, 2016, at 11 in the morning at the Chapel in the Park in Gatlinburg, Tenn.

  • Irene Ingle and the late Leo Ingle of Forest announce the engagement of their daughter, Sheila Christine Jackson, to Sterling Stewart, son of late Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart Jr.
  • During the late afternoon of the second day of the Battle of Second Manassas, on August 30, 1862, Confederate General James Longstreet dispatched the Texas division under the command of Brigadier General John Bell Hood forward toward Chinn Ridge. That division was comprised of Hood’s Texas Brigade and the brigade of Colonel Evander McIvor Law which included the 11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment with Company D, the Neshoba Rifles. Colonels and majors huddled with captains and lieutenants, then scattered, yelling orders.
  • The Rocket into Scouting program is designed to take recruiting efforts to new heights. With a focus on fun, this program invites families in our community to experience the adventures that only scouting can offer. The program leverages an activity that kids love (building and launching rockets) while showing parents that Scouting will foster their child’s creativity, initiative, and sense of wonder.

    Sign up for Scouting by finding the pack/troop/unit nearest you! https://beascout.scouting.org
  • The MSU Extension Service - Neshoba County would like to thank all of the exhibitors who entered exhibits in the exhibit hall at the 2016 Neshoba County Fair.  Neshoba County has many talented exhibitors who take much pride in their handiwork, gardening, field crops and food preservation skills. They spend many hours each year preparing their exhibits for the Neshoba County Fair to be exhibited in the Exhibit Hall and we appreciate their participation. 
  • Neshoba County Schools

    PK – 12th grade

    Breakfast
  • The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) reports three new human cases of West Nile virus (WNV), bringing the 2016 state total to eight. The reported cases are in Hinds (2) and Lowndes counties.
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