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Hundreds of "mudbug" enthusiasts turned out for the 13 annual Mudbug Bash, held just off the historic Hernando Square, on Panola Street to raise money for the Palmer Home for Children.  

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The DeSoto Arts Council opened its new headquarters this past week to much fanfare as artists, patrons and visitors alike toured the renovated former city hall building which dates from the Art Deco period of the 1940s.

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The DeSoto Central High School Marching Band, the Pride of DeSoto Central, last week became the first Mississippi band to perform in the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in New York City. Photos courtesy: groupphotos.com.

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In the team’s third try in four year, Olive Branch High School claimed the school’s first state girls’ basketball championship Saturday night in a come-from-behind victory over Starkville.

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The Northpoint Christian School girls basketball team repeated as Tennessee Division II-A state champions last weekend with two convincing wins at Lipscomb University in Nashville.

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More than 400 people turned out to celebrate the winners and runners-up in the annual "DeSoto's Best" competition at the "DeSoto's Best Party" at the BankPlus Training Center in Southaven. Guests were treated to music, entertainment and prizes. The eagerly-anticipated event was sponsored and…

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"Night to Shine," sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation and recently held at Longview Point Baptist Church, was an unforgettable prom experience for people with special needs. Attendees were treated to a red-carpet entrance, professional hair and make-up stations, a formal dinner, and specia…

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The Southaven Chamber of Commerce held its Quarterly Luncheon at the Landers Center as business leaders heard about heart issues and their prevention from cardiologist Dr. Darrell Sneed with Stern Cardiovascular and Baptist Memorial Hospital-DeSoto.

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More than 1,000 people turned out for the 17th annual Crystal Ball at The Arena at Southaven this past Saturday night. The event is one of the largest social gatherings in the Mid-South and the main fundraiser for the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi.

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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.