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Sumner Jamieson points to a “space tree” he made as part of the week’s activities for Camp Invention, a camp teaching science, technology, English and mathematics, better known as STEM, to youngsters in kindergarten through sixth-grade.

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Olive Branch native and former pro baseball catcher Ed Easley, recently retired after 10 pro seasons, has started the Easley Baseball Club, geared to help develop young baseball players in DeSoto County and the Mid-South area. First tryouts for the organization will begin Monday.

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Brandon Hutchens

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Hunter Garrett

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Brown Baptist Church Pastor Bartholomew Orr is the senior pastor at one of the largest churches of any denomination in the Mid-South.

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Olive Branch native Jay Banks Jr. gathers in a catch during a game against Jones County Junior College last fall. Banks was awarded a preferred walk-on position at the University of Louisville to play as a sophomore for the ACC Cardinals this fall.

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DeSoto County Superintendent of Education Cory Uselton presents longtime Administrative Assistant Janet Robison with a plaque in her honor for her many years of service. Robison is retiring effective June 30.

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