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Itawamba Community College's Alexis Resendiz (22), a former Horn Lake soccer standout, battles Northwest Community College's Daniel Longmire during a match on Friday, Oct. 13. Resendiz scored a goal for the Indians in the 6-0 win over the Rangers that put the Indians into the MACJC playoffs.  

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Former Olive Branch soccer player Luis Garcia of Itawamba Community College sends the ball downfield during a recent match. Garcia scored a goal for the Indians in a 6-0 victory Friday and put them into the MACJC playoffs.  

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Hernando junior running back Laddarion Darden looks for room against the DeSoto Central defense Friday night. Darden and the Tigers broke a four-game losing streak with its 14-2 victory over the Jaguars at Southaven.  

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Kenneth Pearson is a new loan officer at Community Bank in Olive Branch. Pearson comes with experience in the financial industry and has been with Community Bank since May. The South Panola High School graduate earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Mississippi along with an assoc…

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Company officials with Chervon and Kenco were joined by local and state officials to cut the ribbon and officially open Chervon’s second American distribution center in Olive Branch. Chervon Chief Financial Officer Arun Roy is on the far left.

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Finley Updegraff, age 2, gets to ride in this little red wagon with pooches Stormy, Lucy and Ginger at the DeSoto Animal Rescue Society's annual Dog Walk Saturday at the Olive Branch City Park.  

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Vivian Jacobson and her toy chihuahua Lacee enjoyed the beautiful fall weather during the annual DARS Dog Walk at Olive Branch City Park on Saturday.

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The DeSoto County Board of Supervisors honored longtime DeSoto County Planning Commissioner Joe Forsythe for his tenure of service at the Board's Monday meeting. Forsythe stepped down from the Planning Commission in 2016.