A North Mississippi writer has contributed to a new book showing that grief is not something to be held close to yourself, but rather expressed in a way that fits your needs and personality the best.
The veterans who turned out to commemorate Veterans Day on the 100th anniversary of the "Great War," or the ending of the First World War, "kept their powder dry" so to speak as they gathered inside the National Guard Armory in Hernando for a luncheon in their honor.
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.
The Mississippi Tourism Association (MTA) presented their annual awards for tourism achievement for the year 2017 during activities at the Governor’s Conference on Tourism held at the Oxford Conference Center in Oxford on Sept. 23-25, 2018.
School teachers among DeSoto County’s public, private and parochial schools have received a record amount of grant money from the local business community toward better educating young students.
Olive Branch Mayor Scott Phillips recognized the DC Dragons martial arts team and cheerleading team on recent national championship wins. Sensei Jeffery Baker also made a presentation to Mayor Phillips. Tanya Baker coaches the cheerleading team.
Circuit Court Judge Celeste Embrey Wilson will return to her position on the bench after defeating attorney Stan Little in one of the more contested races of Election Day 2018.
The message of the featured speaker for a mini-conference on autism in Southaven recently was that, even in the seemingly darkest times with a child that has autism, it’s important to find a smile through it all.
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.…
Election Day has arrived. Mississippians have undoubtedly prepared by researching the candidates, viewing a sample ballot, or determining in advance the location of their polling place.
Know where to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 6. The included image to the left links to the list of 41 polling places in DeSoto County for the mid-term election on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
DeSoto County Schools Supt. Cory Uselton has begun his one-year term leading the group that represents all of Mississippi's school administrators, in addition to his current duties leading the state's largest public school district.
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…
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.
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.
Marching bands from schools in DeSoto County showed up and showed well during last weekend’s Bandmasters Championships, which for DeSoto County Schools is a precursor to the state competition in the next couple of weeks.
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.
By the indications of the exciting vibe permeating the Landers Center arena floor by youngsters and exhibitors alike, the DeSoto County Career Expo held this week will become bigger and more anticipated in following years.
The annual Boots and BBQ event for the Arc Northwest Mississippi helped inject another round of significant support of its programs for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, along with their families.
The DeSoto County Household Hazardous Waste Day collection effort reached record levels on Saturday, Oct. 13. That was according to Environmental Services Director Ray Laughter in a report he presented to the Board of Supervisors.
Holland Watson, a senior at Center Hill High School, was crowned Homecoming Queen during halftime of the football game against Lewisburg Oct. 12. The Mustangs beat the Patriots 27-17.
Emergency crews from DeSoto County and across North Mississippi responded to the devastated coastal cities of the florida Panhandle hard hit by Hurricane Michael and their efforts have received recognition by federal disaster officials.
Residents living in the Bankston Road area who voiced opposition to a proposed dog kennel operation have been successful in convincing the applicant to withdraw her application.
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.
For more than 10 years, DeSoto County residents have had the opportunity to do some fall cleaning and get some items out of the house they no longer need and desire to have on their property.
Wearing his Green Bay Packers sweatshirt and with his hair pulled back in a ponytail, James Darby, Sr., sauntered up to the registrar's counter inside the DeSoto County Circuit Clerk's Office and produced his birth certificate, driver's license and other information in order to register to v…
A celebration will be held at some point in the near future, but a DeSoto County school has been pegged as a top school by the U.S. Department of Education (DOE).
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.
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…
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.