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    Hernando DeSoto River Park Opens With Ribbon Cutting

    At a sunset ribbon cutting held on the banks of the Mississippi River, the DeSoto County Board of Supervisors and over fifty guests celebrated the completion of the most recent phase of construction at Hernando DeSoto River Park. Read on...
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    Take Time To Explore Our Website

    Sup. Mark Gardner, Misty Heffner, and DeSoto County Gov. staff attended a meeting of the Northwest MS Association of Realtors to show how to use the many features on the DeSoto County Gov. website. Don't miss out! Take time to explore our website today!
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    Chris Olson Appointed New Director of Fire and EMA

    At a press conference held on Monday, May 17th, the DeSoto County Board of Supervisors formally tapped Chris Olson to take over as Director of DeSoto County’s Fire and Emergency Management Agency. Read on...
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    National Military Appreciation Month

    The Board of Supervisors has proclaimed May 2018 as National Military Appreciation Month in DeSoto County. Thank you to all of the veterans who were in attendance and to the Olive Branch High School Marine Corps JROTC for their presentation of the colors. Proclamation
  5. National Day of Prayer

    May 3, 2018 has been proclaimed as a "National Day of Prayer" in DeSoto County. Click the link to read the full proclamation from the Board of Supervisors: Proclamation
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    Two DeSoto County Schools Receive MRC Grants

    Congratulations to Overpark Elementary and Walls Elementary! These schools were both awarded grants by the Mississippi Recycling Coalition (MRC). The MRC offers $10,000 in grants annually to schools across the state to assist recycling efforts. Read on...
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    Students to Learn About Electoral Process

    The Board of Supervisors, Election Commission, and DeSoto County Schools are furthering voting education by hiring 41 high school seniors to help at the polls for the June 5th election. Click for the full story from the DeSoto Times-Tribune: Read On
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    April Is Safe Digging Month in DeSoto County

    The Board of Supervisors has proclaimed April to be Safe Digging Month in DeSoto County and is asking residents to call Mississippi 811 before they dig. This will help protect infrastructure from avoidable damage. To see the proclamation, click this link: Proclamation
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    Free Curbside Recycling, Sign-Up Now

    Residents in the unincorporated county are eligible for FREE curbside recycling. By signing-up, you will receive a 96-gallon recycling cart and weekly collection of recyclables. Sign-up by calling 901-236-0660 or by clicking on the link below: Recycling Sign-Up
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    Board Approves FY18 Budget with No Tax Increase & Focus on Public Safety

    At the September 5th meeting of the DeSoto County Board of Supervisors, the Board approved the 14th straight budget that did not include a tax increase. The 2018 Budget is highlighted by its focus on public safety. Read on...
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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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