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    Department Spotlight: Fairhaven Volunteer Fire Department

    Have you ever wondered what a volunteer fire department does? Ever considered joining a department in your community? Over the next two months, we will be featuring stories on the departments of DeSoto County and showing the tremendous work they do Read on...
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    Burn Ban Lifted In DeSoto County

    Due to the amount of precipitation received in the recent weeks, Governor Bryant has signed a proclamation lifting the burn ban in Mississippi and thereby lifting the ban in DeSoto County.
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    New Map Apps From DeSoto County GIS

    The DeSoto County GIS Office has just released 6 new apps to help locate items of interest in the County, including churches, parks and trails, trash collection sites, and polling places and elected officials districts. Click the link to go to the apps DeSoto County GIS
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    Used Flag Receptacles

    Beginning in November, receptacles will be installed at two DeSoto County locations (one at the Admin. Building in Hernando and one at a yet to be determined location) for individuals to dispose of tattered US Flags. Read the full press release here: Flag Receptacles
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    DeSoto County and NACo Prescription Discount Program

    DeSoto County's Prescription Discount Program is available for free to all DeSoto County residents and could help save you money on commonly prescribed medications. Click the link to read the press release and to see what the program can do for you: Prescription Discount Program
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    Find Jobs in Mississippi Through "Mississippi Works"

    Mississippi Works is a new initiative from the State of Mississippi that allows citizens to easily search for jobs in the state. Click the following link to explore their website, download the mobile app, and see the opportunities available in Mississippi Mississippi Works
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    DeSoto County Adopt-A-Road Program

    Civic organizations, churches and families are encouraged to participate in the Adopt-A-Road Program for litter control in the unincorporated areas of DeSoto County. For info, please contact the DeSoto County Department of Road Management at 662-469-8025
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    DeSoto County Wins 2015 Environmental Hero Award

    DeSoto County has been recognized as the winner of the 2015 Environmental Hero Award as the Local Government Recycler of the Year. The Mississippi Recycling Coalition will formally present the award to the Board of Supervisors at the May 2nd Board Meeting Full Press Release
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