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Hazel, Dorothy, Van and Ivan Killen
Hazel, Dorothy, Van and Ivan Killen
Wednesday, March 14, 2018 6:00 PM
FLORA — Madison County’s celebrated Two Dog Farms here announced last week a major expansion of its popular Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. The CSA program is a farm-to-table consumer option.
    The Mississippi Metropolitan Ballet, under the artistic direction of Jennifer Beasley, will celebrate its 25th anniversary season with a look back at favorite scenes from their original story ballets.
  • Taylor Marie Thurman and John Neely Austi Henderson announces their engagement
    Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Thurman of Pearl announce the engagement of their daughter, Taylor Marie Thurman, to John Neely Austin Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Joe Henderson of Madison.
    Hal’s St. Paddy’s Parade is tipping its green top hat to the arts in 2018, but its donation to Batson Children’s Hospital is helping support pediatric care in Mississippi
  • Benjamin Malone tapped as sous chef of Flora Butcher
    FLORA — Chef David Raines has appointed Benjamin Malone as the new Sous Chef at the Flora Butcher. Malone will be involved in the preparation of the shop’s daily lunch menu and expanding catering business. He previously worked at N’awlins Grill in Clinton. Malone is also a co-owner of Cascade On Tap Coffee Company in Jackson, which he founded with brothers Tommy and Trey.
  • ACEC of Mississippi names Carter new  Executive Director
    Jackson, Miss. (March 1, 2018) - The American Council of Engineering Companies of Mississippi (ACEC- MS) has announced Craig Carter as its new Executive Director. During his 33-year career in marketing and public relations, Carter has specialized in building relationships, designing marketing strategies and navigating politics in Mississippi.
  • C Spire hosts next C3 coding challenge for high school students on March 28
    RIDGELAND — C Spire, a Mississippi-based telecommunications and technology company, is convening its third regional coding challenge in less than a year later this month to encourage and inspire high school students to pursue a degree and career in information technology and computer science. 
  • Holmes Ridgeland Campus hosts district MCTM Junior High Math Contest
    On Friday, March 2, the Holmes Community College Mathematics Department hosted the Annual Mississippi Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM) District Junior High Math Competition for area seventh and eighth grade students in the Joe A. Adams Student Center on the Ridgeland
  • Toler, Valentine united in holy matrimony
    Mary Grace Toler and Patrick Covington Valentine were united in holy matrimony July 29th, 2017, at the Chapel at Plein Air in Taylor, Mississippi.  The Reverend Curtis Presley of Oxford officiated at the double ring ceremony.  The pronouncement of marriage was made by the Reverend William Hewlett Compton.  Music was presented by an Oxford string quartet. 
    NASA Day is the Mississippi Children’s Museum’s out-of-this-world day for children and families! A team from NASA at the John C. Stennis Space Center will demonstrate how robots are used in space and other inter-galactic activities.
  • Holmes Ridgeland Campus announces 2018 Literary Contest winners
    English instructor Dr. Andrew Kelly recently announced the winners of the 2018 Literary Contest for the Holmes Community College Ridgeland Campus.
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