ECCC Collegians to Present Fall Campus Concert

The East Central Community College Collegians rock and roll band will present its fall campus concert at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18, in Huff Auditorium on the Decatur campus. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend.The popular group will be performing hits by Post Malone, Lady Gaga, Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band, Gabby Barrett, Camila Cabello, Dishwalla, KT Tunstall, and many more! Members include (front row, from left) technicians Audrey Pugh of Newton, Jerry Davidson of Union,... Read More.

Nominate a Family! The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

This Christmas, Boswell Media and Triple M Motors have partnered to bring unexpected holiday cheer to families in our communities. You can nominate families you know who may need some unexpected holiday cheer this Christmas. Applications are available online at kicks96news.com.  Lolly Clause will be delivering Christmas gifts to families in our listing area! Listen to kicks96, when you hear us live on location, stop by and get a card to help us fill the wish list of the families... Read More.
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Today: Benefit for Angela Burks Hearn this Saturday

A Benefit will be held for  Angela Burks Hearn on Saturday, November 16 at Mars Hill Pentecostal Church Family Life Building starting at 4 pm. All you can eat stew and soup will be served for $8 (Children under 10 $5), a live auction will be held and live entertainment. Music from Amy Higginbothom, Carla Deweese, The Pounders Family, and other local talent. Angela Burks Hearn is a member of Mars Hill Pentecostal Church and an English teacher at Neshoba... Read More.

Neshoba County 4H Meeting Set

Neshoba County 4H is having an Information and Registration Meeting on December 9th at 6:00 p.m. at the Depot! This meeting is intended for anyone who is interested in participating in the 2020 Season. The disciplines we offer include Shotgun, Archery, .22 Rifle, .22 Pistol, Air rifle, and Air pistol. We have amazing, knowledgeable, certified volunteers who keep practices and competitions extremely safe. Our goal is to teach safe firearms handling and marksmanship to Neshoba County's youth along with... Read More.
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The Junction has FREE Coats for those in Need

  The Junction is making a difference during this cold weather. Most stores, including the ones in Philadelphia and Carthage have a coat rack out front . If you are cold and need one then take one. If you have one to give please take it to the Junction and put it on the rack. This is a great idea to help right here in our communities. Luke 3:11 "He who has two tunics, give to him that have none."... Read More.

Neshoba County Library: November Library Gourmet

The Neshoba County Library is getting the Kitchen prepped for a new Library cooking demo. Library Gourmet will be featuring "Baking." Library Gourmet returns at 5:30PM on Tuesday, November 19th to feature baking recipes, just in time for any last second Thanksgiving Dinner planning. This program is open to anyone interested in seeing a few different dishes with tastings for each. As always, it’s a great opportunity to socialize and share ideas... Read More.
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Retailers prepare for Mississippi lottery debut

The Mississippi Lottery is expected to generate $40 million in the first year and then an estimated $80 million to $100 million a year thereafter. The first $80 million will be used for infrastructure; anything over that amount has been earmarked for education. Meridian businessman David Haggard owns three convenience stores. Haggard says the lottery will be a win-win for his business and for the state. "So that's a home run,” said Haggard. “Of course, we're hoping to make money for... Read More.

East Central Community College to Name New Band Hall in Memory of Tom Carson

The proposed new Band Hall at East Central Community College in Decatur will be named the Thomas W. Carson Band Hall when construction of the 13,000-square-foot facility is complete. The ECCC Board of Trustees unanimously approved the naming at its Nov. 12 meeting on campus. The late Carson was associated with East Central for more than half his life, including two years as a student and 30 years as Director of Bands and music instructor. The naming of a campus building or... Read More.