• +13
  • Updated
  • 0

The Red Door Market, presented by the DeSoto Arts Council, offered a daylong shopping extravaganza, which culminated with music and mingling during the cocktail hour at One Memphis Street in downtown Hernando.

  • +7
  • 0

Members of the Olive Branch Chamber of Commerce met for another in a series of monthly luncheons the Chamber holds during the course of the year. Attendees heard a presentation from Parkwood Behavioral Health System on retirement preparation.

  • +6
  • 0

Chief of Police Don Gammage and members of the Olive Branch Police Department treated deserving youngsters in that city to Christmas gifts for the holiday season at the Olive Branch Super Walmart. The tradition is an eagerly anticipated event.

  • +7
  • 0

The first-ever Walk for a Cop and 5K run, hosted by the Southaven Police Wives Auxiliary, was recently held at the Snowden Grove Baseball Complex, as a benefit for families of fallen law enforcement officers.  

  • +7
  • 0

Hundreds came out to celebrate Octoberfest in Olive Branch City Park and enjoy crafts, concessions, face painting and other festivities. The event was sponsored by the Olive Branch Parks and Recreation Department.

  • +6
  • 0

Business leaders met at Wednesday morning at First Choice Catering for the Horn Lake Chamber of Commerce annual Membership Appreciation Breakfast, sponsored by the DeSoto Times-Tribune and CLICK Magazine.

  • +6
  • 0

More than 200 people turned out for the Hernando Main Street/Chamber of Commerce's Third Quarterly Luncheon to hear Northern District Transportation Commissioner Mike Tagert.