County Mourns The Loss Of County Coroner

Hernando,Ms DeSoto County Coroner Jeffrey Pounders 63, of Nesbit, Ms, was found in his home this afternoon dead from what the DeSoto County Sheriffs Department believe to be natural causes. Sheriff Bill Rasco was at the scene at Pounders’ home,

A Pastors Perspective, Jerusalem, The Capital Of Israel?

By: Mike Upchurch Jerusalem, the Capital of Israel? In the first week of December, President Trump made a decision that set the liberal world ablaze with angry columns, protests, clashes, and riots. He simply stated that the United States would

Good Points to Consider from the NWS in Ft. Worth, TX

Black Bag Bandit Caught In Hernando

HERNANDO,Ms Ronald Bargery better known as the “Black Bag Bandit” is in jail after Police say he broke into vending machines at hotels and motels in Mississippi and Tennessee. Earlier this week, security cameras Super Eight Motel in Hernando, Miss.

Guice Wins Horn Lake Special Election

Horn Lake,Ms Michael Guice won the special election for the Alderman Ward 1 post Tuesday. Guice outpolled LaWana Boone by a 78-35 margin. The 114 votes cast amounted to about five percent of the 2,132 registered voters in the Horn

Winter Storm Products from the NWS

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Signs of Hypothermia

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A Pastors Perspective,What If Christ Hadn’t Come ?

Southaven,Ms By: Mike Upchurch What if Christ hadn’t come? Well, it’s the Christmas Season, and all the wonder that comes with it is upon us! We as Christians are celebrating His birth throughout this month, and it’s that birth that

Tis The Season To Be Jolly

Hernando,Ms Commerce Street in Hernando was filled with several thousand people Monday night for the 60th Annual Hernando Christmas Parade. The two hour long parade had close to 100 participants that left the crowd with holiday cheer in their hearts

The 27th Physically Challenged Deer Hunt Arkabutla Lake

DeSoto County,Ms By: T.J Cates The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Arkabutla Lake is hosting its 27th annual Physically Challenged Deer Hunt December 7-8, 2017, and December 9-10, 2017. These two-day hunts are the largest hunts of this type in