Ta’Niya Davis of Quitman walked away with the first place prize of $300 at Meridian Community College's premiere Talent Showcase. Held Wednesday at McClain Auditorium, the event showcased the talents of ballet dancers, rappers, singers and musicians. Ta'Niya performed a praise dance in the competition, which is slated to be annual event. The Quitman Upper Elementary School fourth grader is the daughter of Tiffany Cole.
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- ‘Dreamgirls,’ ‘Spelling Bee’ slated for MLT’s 82nd season
- Suqualena Community Development Club
Jimmie Rodgers, Meridian/Lauderdale County Hospitality winners crowned
Winners of the 2014 Jimmie Rodgers Pageant and Meridian/Lauderdale County Miss Hospitality Pageant have been announced.
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As winter begins its transition into spring, we look to the beautiful, yellow blooms of yellow bells (Forsythia sp) to remind us to apply pre-emergent weed killer to the lawn
Shamrocks are good landscape additions
With St. Patrick’s Day almost here, I’m reminded of the good old days trying to find lucky four-leaf clovers in my lawn as a kid.
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