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U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith touched off a firestorm with comments made at a campaign stop in Tupelo two weeks ago which have just now surfaced that referenced a quote regarding that she would attend "a public hanging" if invited by a particular cattle rancher friend.

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The story of "Cinderella" who was abused by a wicked stepmother and cruel stepsisters — some might say Disney's version of domestic violence — had a happy ending.

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Polls are open across DeSoto County from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. today as voters trek to the polls to choose county court, circuit, state Court of Appeals and chancery judgeships along with choosing two U.S. Senators, including candidates vying in a special election to fill the seat of former U.…

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These bags contain some of the 216.5 pounds of old prescription drugs collected Saturday during a National DEA Prescription Drug Take Back Day event held in cooperation with the DeSoto County Sheriff’s Department. This program allows people to drop off old prescriptions without question or d…

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With a crowd of more than 700 gathered underneath a highway overpass on a chilly, blustery morning, the final completed segment of the nation's newest superhighway, I-269, was opened to the public amid fanfare and soaring speeches.

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The 2018 Ann Brown Ashcraft Memorial Project undertaken by the Horn Lake Mayor's Youth Council is aimed at helping open up whole new worlds and sparking the imaginations of critically ill children at LeBonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis.

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About 500 runners of all ages leave the starting line at the 10th annual HomeRun for Habitat 5K run held at Snowden Grove Park in Southaven on Sunday, Oct. 21. Over 10 years the event has been held, about $300,000 has been raised for the local Habitat for Humanity organization.

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During the next 10 editions of the newspaper, the DeSoto Times-Tribune will provide in-depth information regarding the upcoming Nov. 6 ballot, including a list of offices, duties and responsibilities, qualifications required and individuals seeking election to those respective offices.

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Nov. 6 is shaping up to be a busy election day in America and the Mid-South, especially in the Magnolia State in which two U.S. Senate seats are on the ballot, including a nonpartisan race involving candidates to fill the open seat of retired U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran.

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The long-awaited official opening of I-269 is at hand and Northern District Transportation Commissioner Mike Tagert said MDOT officials have set 10 a.m. Oct. 26 as the date when the ribbon will be cut on the recently completed nine-mile segment of the 30-mile I-69/269 loop through DeSoto Cou…

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Several citizens in northeast Mississippi reported receiving suspicious phone calls from individuals inaccurately purporting to represent TurboVote.org, a voter registration service provided by Democracy Works, which advocates for voter participation across the nation.

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