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Aldermen Tuesday decided to take the next step to investigate matters involving the Hernando West project, including the possibility of entering into an agreement regarding a sewer trunk line which would serve approximately 1,000 of the project's residents.

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During the next 10 editions of the newspaper, the DeSoto Times-Tribune will provide in-depth information regarding the upcoming Nov. 6 ballot, including a list of offices, duties and responsibilities, qualifications required and individuals seeking election to those respective offices.

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On Oct. 13, running enthusiasts from the Mid-South and beyond are invited to “Mississippi’s Front Porch” to participate in Hernando’s ninth annual “Water Tower 10K” road race which will highlight the city’s historic districts as well as one of its most-beloved local landmarks.

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Nov. 6 is shaping up to be a busy election day in America and the Mid-South, especially in the Magnolia State in which two U.S. Senate seats are on the ballot, including a nonpartisan race involving candidates to fill the open seat of retired U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran.

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The long-awaited official opening of I-269 is at hand and Northern District Transportation Commissioner Mike Tagert said MDOT officials have set 10 a.m. Oct. 26 as the date when the ribbon will be cut on the recently completed nine-mile segment of the 30-mile I-69/269 loop through DeSoto Cou…

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Several citizens in northeast Mississippi reported receiving suspicious phone calls from individuals inaccurately purporting to represent TurboVote.org, a voter registration service provided by Democracy Works, which advocates for voter participation across the nation.

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GOP faithful gathered Friday in tribute to the "Gipper," the former Hollywood screen legend and 40th President of the United States, the late Ronald Wilson Reagan, during the Ronald Reagan Republican Roundup at the Gin at Nesbit.

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Senior citizens have many issues they have to deal with as they travel through the “golden” years of their lives. Questions abound, from financial planning and retirement to medical issues, Medicare and Medicaid, insurance, living choices from self-care in their residence to assisted living …

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Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann and his staff are hosting a special community meeting at the DeSoto County Courthouse in Hernando today in advance of the No. 6 general election and simultaneous special nonpartisan election for the open U.S. Senate seat.

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It used to be that little boys loved to play “cops and robbers” using toy guns, or perhaps “cowboys and Indians” with little bows and arrows, and even “pirates” with plastic swords. Some, especially in the rural South, learned to handle the real thing early in life.

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Three City of Hernando Parks and Recreation employees have been cleared of any wrongdoing following an internal probe into a situation involving a contract individual who formerly worked in conjunction with the city's parks and recreation youth league activities.

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Cami Beard, a fourth-grader at Oak Grove Central Elementary School, and Charlie Cross, a third-grader at Lewisburg Elementary School, led the DeSoto County Schools Board of Education meeting in the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of its Thursday, Sept. 6 meeting in Hernando.

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