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"Continue to be visionaries," were the words of wisdom that outgoing Horn Lake Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Varina Hopper shared with an overflow crowd gathered at the Horn Lake Chamber of Commerce luncheon. 

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DeSoto County authorities remain on the lookout for a DeSoto County teen who was reported missing on June 20. Chief Inspector Roger Hutchins with the DeSoto County Sheriff's Department said Abigail Foster, 16, was last seen in the Eudora area. Investigators said she has run away from home pr…

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The sea of red, white and blue flags fluttered in the warm summer breeze across the DeSoto County Courthouse lawn over the Independence Day holiday — more than 800 total.

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Hernando aldermen Tuesday adopted a "zero tolerance" drug policy on behalf of employees with the City of Hernando but not without stirring debate on one of the policy's main edicts — termination upon testing positive for drugs or alcohol.

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A technology glitch that occurred during Tuesday night's Democratic runoff election might have delayed results for a few hours but it also provided a valuable dress rehearsal for what DeSoto County Election Commission Chairman Danny Klein calls the "Super Bowl of Elections" that occurs next …

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Howard Sherman, an entrepreneur and venture capitalist and the husband of actress and Meridian native Sela Ward, will square off against David Baria, a trial lawyer from the Mississippi Gulf Coast and state lawmaker, in Tuesday's Democratic runoff primary election for U.S. Senate.

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A Memphis man has been arrested on aggravated assault charges after police said he attacked a woman in the Horn Lake Target store, then stripped down to a shirt only and walked out of the store before being captured by officers. 

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When the DeSoto County School District (DCS) Class of 2022 walks across the Landers Center arena stage and receives their high school diploma, they will be the first class of graduates who have worked under new requirements mandated by the state Department of Education and are being implemen…

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The City of Horn Lake has a signed contract with the City of Memphis to handle its wastewater through the year 2023 but after that time it's still up in the air as to what entity will treat the city's wastewater.

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Mississippi 1st District U.S. Rep. Trent Kelly and his congressional counterpart, U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot (R-Ohio), held a field hearing on small business concerns in Southaven Monday, specifically on the subject of over-regulation and taxes.

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"Godspell," currently playing at Landers Center Theater Stage, is an up-tempo high-energy musical which tells of the ministry of Jesus Christ, albeit in a fresh, vibrant presentation that resonates in 21st century America.

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DeSoto County Superintendent of Schools Cory Uselton touted the success of the DeSoto County School system and the fact the county's stellar educational system is an economic draw to Mississippi's fastest-growing county.

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Similar to planes that filled the skies over Normandy Beach on a blustery June day 74 years ago, a squadron of vintage fighter aircraft recently flew over another large body of water — the Mississippi River.

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It was a battle of north versus south as U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker, R-Tupelo, defeated business owner Richard Warren Boyanton of Diamondhead, a costal community in south Mississippi.

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The Gospel according to Jesus Christ which involves the life, death and resurrection of Jesus has never been put into words and pageantry quite like the DeSoto Family Theatre production of "GODSPELL" which premiered this Friday night on the Landers Center Stage and runs again next weekend. 

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The University of Mississippi-DeSoto honored BancorpSouth with the T.P. Vinson Award at its annual Graduation Celebration in May. The award, which honors individuals or organizations that support the campus, was presented to BancorpSouth for its 14 years of sponsoring the 2+2 Scholarship Gol…

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Perception might be 99 percent of reality and in the case of the Clarksdale Virtual Reality Academy, a high-tech, cutting-edge training facility, a father-son team from Colorado is changing the reality of many Delta teens and changing lives in the process.

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For more than two and a half years, regular meetings of the I-269 Corridor Study Committee were held — with most meetings lasting three hours or more as planning commissioners and the the public held sway on planning for the nation's newest super highway.

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