Hardy returns home to be a part of the 2020 Neshoba County Fair along with Trace Adkins, Riley Green, and Jordan Davis. Michael Hardy was born in Philadelphia in 1990. He attended Middle Tennessee State University, where he got a degree in songwriting. Hardy co-wrote Florida Georgia Line's singles "Simple: and "Talk You Out Of It" and Blake Shelton's singles, "Gods Country" and Hell Right". He's also known for his hit single "Rednecker" that you can hear on Kicks96.
The Neshoba County Fair is very much aware of the Covid-19 virus. At this time the 2020 fair is planning to go on as scheduled July 24-31. Continue to monitor kicks96news.com for any changes.
JACKSON, Miss. – Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Andy Gipson provided a letter and additional guidance to members of the agriculture and commerce sectors regarding the operation of essential agribusinesses during the statewide “Shelter in Place,” which was established by Executive Order 1466 and signed by Governor Tate Reeves on April 1, 2020. “As a result of the many questions that the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce has received from those in... Read More.
Former Ole Miss basketball standout and Rebel assistant coach Rahim Lockhart is the new head men’s basketball coach at East Central Community College (ECCC) in Decatur. Lockhart served as interim head men’s basketball coach at ECCC during a portion of the 2019-20 season, compiling a 7-12 record after taking over the team in late November. The search for a permanent head coach began on Feb. 21, a day after the completion of the 2019-20 season. “ECCC continues to prepare for the future,... Read More.
The Philadelphia-Neshoba Choctaw COVID-19 Task Force, made up of the Chief Executives of the City, County, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians with the cooperation of officials from Neshoba General Hospital, Neshoba County Emergency Management, Public Safety and our state legislators strongly emphasize that: Everyone please exercise all necessary actions and be diligent in adherence to the guidelines and recommendations put forth by the Centers for Disease... Read More.