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Founded in 1988 as The Car Phone Store, the Wireless Zone is the nation's largest wireless retail franchiser and was ranked the No. 1 franchise in its category. Wireless Zone just opened in its new stand-alone store in the Highland Shopping Plaza, Suite 130, 2631 McIngvale Road in Hernando. …

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A packed crowd turned out at the Gin at Nesbit to hear state and local leaders speak during the Ronald Reagan Republican Roundup Friday night.

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Mississippi U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith is joined by Mississippi Highway Patrol Lt. Col. Thomas Tuggle at the new Safe Medication Disposal box found at the Olive Branch Walgreens store at 6958 Goodman Road. It is now one of 11 locations in the state where people can discreetly deposit old, ou…

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The Lake Cormorant volleyball team held a fundraiser for the Side-Out Foundation during the Thursday, Sept. 20 match against Center Hill. More than $2,000 was raised for the non-profit breast cancer charity that raises awareness and funds through volleyball-related events.

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South Panola’s Janari Dean (4) struggles for yardage against a Horn Lake defense that includes Omar Pew (50) and Drew Leverson (3) in this tackle during Friday night’s contest. The Eagles remained undefeated with a 45-13 victory over the South Panola Tigers in the game at Batesville.

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Garry Welch, founder and master instructor of Kingdom Krav Maga on Highway 51 North in Horn Lake, believes the courage and confidence gained by those learning the self defense art that originated in Israel can help thwart bullies of all age levels.

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Bob Bakken, Sports Editor and Staff Writer for the DeSoto Times-Tribune, receives the certificate naming him as an Honorary Mississippian by Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann at the DeSoto County Courthouse in Hernando.