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The Way We Were: Tommye and Tom Henderson

Given their love of learning, it only makes sense that Tom and Tommye Henderson met while working in the campus library at the University of Southern Mississippi. 

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A Mission Mindset: Rev. Ricky James

As a United Methodist pastor, Rev. Ricky James knows the challenges involved with a life of ministry. But through changes and uncertainty, his mission remains steadfast. “Don’t get in the way of what God is doing,” he says.  

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Bringing a Vision to Life: Bridal House by Woo

Samantha Woo has designed wedding dresses since she was a little girl.

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Serving Up Fun & Fitness: Overkil Tennis

Nestled among the trees of Parham Bridges Park in Lefleur East is the Parham Bridges Tennis Center, run by Overkil Tennis. With 14 courts, a fully-stocked pro shop, lessons and tournaments throughout the year, Overkil makes it easy for players to stay fit and have fun.

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Offering a Listening Ear: Alicia Swann of Auditory Processing Center

About 43 percent of children with learning difficulties have auditory processing disorder (APD), but many go undiagnosed. Through her business, Auditory Processing Center in Clinton, audiologist Alicia Swann is helping bring awareness and treat this hidden disability so that students can better succeed in the classroom.

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The Way We Were: Diane & Bill Pleasant

The Pleasants celebrate 50 years together.

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The Gift of a Rose

Delta-native Jeanette Graham has always loved roses. Her mother, Mabel Hester, grew hybrid tea roses in Benoit, Miss., and her grandmother, Mary Wilson, grew red roses in Dixon, Miss. So it was only natural that Graham would be a gardener herself.

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One Letter at a Time

Paul Gore is known around Clinton for helping bring businesses to life with his company, A To B Signs. But before Paul was using modern technology to generate letters, he was painting them by hand.

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Tina Brooks

Tina Brooks, 43, says she enjoys working behind the scenes. Between her full-time job at Ross & Yerger Insurance and assisting her husband, Will Brooks, with his business, JellyDonut Studio, she has her hands full, but she says she finds purpose in helping others.

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Firmly Planted: Green Oak Nursery

Since 1960, Green Oak Nursery has helped Jacksonians decorate their spaces and grow their green thumbs. Almost six decades later, business is still blooming.

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Saving Family Memories: Scan South

originally published Spring 2019 Written by Abbie Walker “I’ve always been the keeper of the family history,” says Laurie McCarthy. After discovering her love of preserving family memories, McCarthy started Scan South in July 2018. By digitally converting photos, film, audio, documents, and more Scan South helps bring new life to forgotten family treasures and […]

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Helping the Ag Museum Grow: Aaron Rodgers

From teaching third graders about seed propagation to discussing agricultural aviation with Argentinian pilots, Rodgers gets to engage visitors in discussions about agriculture every day.

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A Voice of Hope

It can be hard to stay optimistic when facing the life-altering diagnosis of ALS. But for Hal Mardis and others who suffer from the terminal illness, technology continues to offer hope and help reclaim a voice for the voiceless.

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Getting to Know Mississippi College’s New President: Dr. Blake Thompson

The new school year brings Dr. Blake Thompson back to his home state to serve as Mississippi College’s 20th president, succeeding President Lee Royce. Thompson most recently served as vice-president and secretary to the board of trustees at Ohio State University.

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Rising to the Occasion: The Ladies of Campbell’s

Of the 17 employees at Campbell’s Bakery in Fondren, eleven are women. “They are Campbell’s,” says owner Mitchell Moore.

From Valentines and Halloween, to Easter and Thanksgiving, the ladies of Campbell’s Bakery are hard at work, baking favorites and icing delicious masterpieces.

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Eye for Detail: Custom Optical

With over 40 years of experience, Trish Hammons of Custom Optical in Fondren knows that a person’s glasses should be as unique as they are, and she loves helping find the best pair of frames to match their individual style.

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Volunteer Ya’ll: Volunteer Mississippi

Since 1994, the Mississippi Commission for Volunteer Service (MCVS), otherwise known as Volunteer Mississippi, has been about one mission: “To engage and support Mississippians of all ages and backgrounds in service to their communities.”

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Midtown Celebration

Since Midfest’s start in 2014, the street festival and block party has been focused on celebrating what the midtown area has to offer, showcasing local businesses and the creative talents of its residents.

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Sharpen Up with Brittany Wagner

Fans of the hit Netflix show, “Last Chance U,” know Brittany Wagner as the “mother” of the nationally-ranked EMCC football team. Now, the Clinton-native is using her gifts to encourage students beyond Mississippi through her consulting business, 10 Thousand Pencils, LLC.

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Posh Design Shoppe

Since 2015, Posh Design Shoppe in Clinton has been providing brides with custom paper products and wedding coordinating to make their special day even more memorable. But owner Rachel Curtis is not new to the wedding scene. With over 300 weddings under her belt, Curtis is celebrating 25 years as a professional wedding coordinator.

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Keeping it in the Family: Russell’s Refrigeration

For almost 35 years, Russell’s Refrigeration has been serving the people of Clinton. But for Randy Russell and his son, Reggie, it’s more than just a family business. It’s about leaving a legacy.

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Sharing a Smile

Classes from Clinton schools often visit Second Harvest, a ministry of Morrison Heights Baptist Church, to learn more about the organization that provides food, clothes, and other necessities to families in need. But when volunteer Wayne Wilkinson told a group of Clinton Park Elementary first-graders that the organization was in desperate need of toothpaste, the field trip soon turned into a school-wide service project.

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Clinton Career Women to become W.I.S.E Network

For over ten years, women of Clinton have gathered to discuss their work and lives through the organization, Clinton Career Women. This month, the group is changing its name to W.I.S.E. Network, as a way to reflect its mission of recognizing the many hats Clinton women wear.

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Clinton High School honors students in 30+ Club

Two years ago, Clinton High School established the 30+ Club as a way to honor students that scored a 30 or higher on the ACT. This year, over fifty students have qualified for the club, and CHS principle Brett Robinson says more are being added each week.

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Jordan Guerriero

When Jordan Guerriero is not working at Professional Eyecare Associates in Madison, she writes for her blog, “Lift Cats Not Weights.”

Guerriero, 26, says the name was inspired by her two cats, Mr. Vivian and Baby Princess Hathor, who she says will make their debut on the site soon. On the blog, she shares lifestyle tips such as vegan recipes and self-care tips. Her posts include everything from how to get out of a rut to a post on her trip to the Hindu temple in Brandon.

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Morrison Heights offers free English classes for language learners

Since 2011, Morrison Heights Baptist Church has offered free English classes as a way to help those from other countries acclimate to life in America.

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Hetrick named president of Hinds County Economic Development Authority Board

Bill Hetrick understands the value of living in a town like Clinton. He and the rest of the Hetrick team at RE/MAX Alliance specialize in helping families buy and sell homes in the Jackson area. But real estate isn’t the only way Hetrick is pouring into the community. This past October, he was promoted to president of the Hinds County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA) Board of Trustees.

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Mom Life group offers fellowship for mothers

Friday mornings are sacred for the women of the Mom Life small group. During the week, they are teachers, accountants, nurses, and, above all, mothers. But from 9:30-11 a.m. on Friday mornings at First United Methodist Church of Clinton, the women gather over coffee and snacks to simply be themselves.

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Clinton professors, students help educate inmates

“Everyone has a right to an education,” says Alexis Smith, an English grad assistant at Mississippi College. Smith, along with local professors, are giving incarcerated men and women a chance to learn and grow through the Prison to College Pipeline program.

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Clinton Rocks gets residents exploring

Many Clintonians are taking strolls through the Brick Streets, visiting Lions Club Park, walking the trails behind the Quisenberry Library and visiting the Clinton Community Nature Center for the purpose of stumbling on a rock. But they aren’t looking for an injury, nor do they want to stumble on just any rock—they are in search of a hand-painted, one-of-a kind Clinton Rock!

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Clinton Running group blends fitness with encouragement

Early in the morning they gather. Men and women. Various ages. Some are teachers, accountants, real estate agents, engineers, business owners. But they all have one thing in common—their love of running.

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Banners for sale to honor hometown veterans

This November, Clinton is putting its support for local veterans on full display. Forty-eight banners will be hung along the Clinton Parkway this Veterans Day as part of the “Honoring Our Heroes” project put on by the Clinton Visitor Center. This program is a chance for Clintonians to honor those who have served our country in the U.S. Armed Forces, Air Force, Navy, National Guard, or Reserve Units.

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Arrow Nation: A history of Clinton High School football

Last year’s state championship win marked the dawn of a new era for Clinton Arrow football, and, thanks to Arrow fan Delvan Irwin, there is now a book that celebrates the journey. From origin to championship, Arrow Nation: Clinton High School Football 1920 to 2016 is the ultimate history of Clinton football that showcases those that have helped build the Arrow legacy to what it is today.

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Officer Derek Spivey promoted to Master Chief

This May marked 18 years of service in the U.S. Coast Guard for Officer Derek Spivey, 38, and on June 5 of this year, he was promoted to Master Chief Petty Officer.

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April 7-8 garage sale will support missions of FUMC

Spring cleaning can make a world of difference. Each year, lines form, eager to wade through piles of donations and walk away with a good deal. But it’s about more than just getting a bargain; it’s about aiding a global ministry.

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“Always in Joy” allows resident to share craft, encouragement

JJ Benson Campbell of Clinton loves connecting with others through her work at Vertical Church. But she has another form of ministry as well—her crochet business “Always in Joy.” What started out as simply learning a new hobby has become a way for her to learn more about herself and encourage others.

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MC Archery Team: A Strong Start

MC is the first college in the state to start an archery team. Since the team began this year, it has gained a little over a dozen charter members and has competed in several state and national competitions.

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Paxton Peak: Clinton’s Outdoor Headquarters

Nate and Beth Shores have always been outdoor fanatics. But it wasn’t until this past December that they turned their love of exploring nature into a business. Now Clinton residents can embrace their own outdoor spirits by visiting Paxton Peak, Olde Towne’s newest addition.

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Lauren Compere wins “Ms. Wheelchair Mississippi”

It had always been a dream for Lauren Compere to compete in a wheelchair pageant; she just didn’t know her dream would come true as soon as it did.

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The Urban ‘Sip brews hope for Jackson

The Urban ‘Sip, the latest addition to We Will Go Ministries, is more than just a coffee shop—it’s a place for discipleship.

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Raymond’s Little Big Store keeps good music spinning

From Beatles to Beethoven, Elvis to The Eagles, vintage vinyl is stacked high as music of all forms fills up the spacious rooms of the old train depot. In fact, downtown Raymond’s Little Big Store has one of the largest musical collections in the metro-Jackson area.

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MC debate team develops skills for their future

Ready. Set. Debate. The Mississippi College debate team allows students the chance to effectively express their opinions and ideas in a competitive setting.

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The importance of getting enough sleep in college

I hate waking up. Sometimes, no matter how long I sleep, I feel like I could stay in bed forever. The snooze button is a close friend, and coffee is my survival beverage. With my schedule being even more full senior year, I find it harder than ever to get enough restful hours during the night.

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Red Bus Project comes to MC

The Red Bus Project, a campaign committed to raising awareness about the worldwide orphan crisis, parked at Mississippi College’s campus on Thursday, Oct. 2. The bright red double decker positioned in front of the Caf was a mobile thrift store that also educated customers about the state of the estimated 140 million orphaned children around the globe.

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Dr. Eric Pratt: Faith in a daily battle

For Eric Pratt, best known to Mississippi College students as “The Chapel Man,” every day is a struggle.

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Communication Department alum shares wisdom at Purser Hewitt Lecture

The chosen speaker for this year’s Purser Hewitt lecture is Kyle Martin, the marketing publications specialist for the Wounded Warrior Project.

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Clinton welcomes James & Leigh to Olde Town

Looking for a place to find a cute new outfit? Need a last minute gift for a friend? Olde Towne’s newest addition, James & Leigh boutique, offers a wide array of clothing and accessories for women of all ages.

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Write a Novel in November

November is National Novel Writing Month, commonly referred to as NaNoWriMo, during which people from all over the country set out to write at least 50,000 words for their own novel.

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MC’s Sweetest Rose

There is a constant smiling face that greets Mississippi College students who enter the Commons: a kind “How are you doing, baby?” that comes with the iced coffee. It is the lovable and energetic Rose Griffin that brightens up the days of those who come to study or hang out in the new student center.

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New Mayor’s Vision for Clinton

Newly-elected Clinton mayor Phil Fisher is ready to lead the city in a new direction. His past experience serving as a Hinds county supervisor and Clinton alderman led him to his success this past June at the polls. Taking on this office as the newest Clinton leader in 20 years, Fisher brings a fresh insight and changes for the future.

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Josh & Stephanie Gilmer’s The Pet Shop of Fondren

Since Josh and Stephanie Gilmer opened The Pet Shop of Fondren in July 2016, their store has welcomed all kinds of wagging tails through their door. And bull terrier, Moo, is often in the store, ready to greet customers.

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Educating Young Minds: St. Luke’s Preschool

Since 1985, St. Luke’s Early Childhood Learning Center has been educating children ages four months to four years. Those original students are now returning with children of their own, and though the name is new, St. Luke’s Preschool, the level of excellence remains the same.

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Crazy for Cool: Fondren Fro-Yo

Inspired by yogurt and candy shops, Fondren Fro-Yo, a frozen yogurt shop, opened its doors in February 2016, giving Jacksonians a place to cool off and hang out.

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Education of the Eye: St. Martin’s Gallery

Guion, who co-owns St. Martin’s Gallery with Bob and Lee Malouf, opened the Jackson store in 1997 because she says there wasn’t really a market for European antiques in the area. Twenty years later, St. Martin’s continues to provide Mississippians with European treasures for their home.

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Being a Good Samaritan: Kathy Clem

Located in Midtown on Millsaps Avenue, there is a place of hope for many. Here, the community can go, not only for food and clothes, but also for support and compassion. The Good Samaritan Center is a nonprofit whose mission is to offer resources for those in the tri-county area in emergency crisis situations. And for over 30 years, executive director Kathy Clem has been dedicated to the cause.

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Fresh Looks from Fondren: Creative Distillery

Creative Distillery’s handprint can be seen all around Fondren. From Rainbow Co-op and the Sweet & Sauer kombucha they carry to Orange Peel consignment boutique, the Creative Distillery team is helping Fondren businesses put their best face forward.

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Coffee and Caricatures: Justin Nowland

Sneaky Beans is an enclave for many of Jackson’s creative people and Justin Nowland knows plenty of them by name. But the thirty-year-old manager of the Fondren hotspot is an artist himself. When he’s not mixing up lattes and helping run the business, he’s sketching out his next creation.

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Making an Escape (Room)

Ever since Clint Sistrunk and wife Paulina Krakowska opened JXN Escape Room in February 2016, Jacksonians have been searching for lost treasure, escaping black holes and even solving murders.

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Bartender Turned World Traveler

Eli Juren, 23, spent more than two years serving up drinks as a bartender at Saltine Oyster Bar in Fondren. But over the last few months, the Austin, Texas, native has turned world explorer, doing everything from sandboarding in Huacachina, Peru, to visiting the Taj Mahal.

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Little Chickens, Big City

Nestled behind a Fondren house, little chicks, with their signature fluffy coats just starting to come in, scamper through the dust in their Silkie Motel. Then there’s Phyllis, with her distinct feather mop on top of her head, keeping the young ones in line.

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Getting Bk2Natur

Jordan says her soap brand, Bk2Natur, reflects her desire to help others cultivate healthier bodies and minds.

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About Those Catfish

Those who have been here for a while may recall seeing catfish climbing a pole while sporting a hard hat, or even impersonating Elvis a few years back. These colorful fish decorated the streets of downtown for a short time, but they remain a treasured part of Jackson’s artistic past.

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Dynamic Duos: P.J. and Brandi Lee

For P.J. and Brandi Lee, managing Hal & Mal’s is a family business. After the loss of Brandi’s father, Hal White, she knew she had to continue the legacy that he and his brother Malcolm started. So she and P.J. dived headfirst into running the restaurant.

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Bilal Qizilbash: Inventive Philanthropist

Bilal Qizilbash, 30, says he “can’t sit still.” When he is not helping to feed the underprivileged through the R U Hungry? initiative, he is working on his next invention. The scientist, philanthropist and innovator from Queens, N.Y., says he constantly looks for ways to improve the world around him.

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Cinnamon Roll Cravings

Michael Harris’ business, Your Cravings Gourmet Cinnamon Rolls, sprung from a family tradition. “My grandma taught me how to make them,” he says. “It’s something that everyone enjoyed, and she would try to make them for our family when we gathered at her house.”

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Sugar’s Legacy

Preparing meals for the masses isn’t anything new for Glenda Cage Barner and her son, Donovan Barner, who own Sugar’s Place. They have spent years cooking up food for their large family reunions.

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The War for Cupcakes

Every October, the National Alliance on Mental Illness Mississippi shines a light on Mental Illness Awareness Month with a fundraiser. This year, the organization’s Youth Advisory Council is hosting one to further their mission of mental-health communication while also bringing people together over something sweet: cupcakes.

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Steamy, Southern Summer Nights

With Mississippi celebrating its 200th birthday this year, New Stage Theatre is paying tribute to one of the state’s renowned authors, Tennessee Williams, with its production of “Baby Doll.”

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Andreas Moffett

Andreas Moffett, 29, says his goal is to improve the lives of those around him. As the material handling supervisor at Nissan in Canton, he oversees material management. “I make sure we are getting parts to the line in an effective manner,” he says. “And I look for better, more efficient ways to improve the process.”

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Roderick Red

Roderick Red believes that sparking change is the best use of art. The 28-year-old filmmaker and producer is using his multimedia business, Red Squared Productions, LLC, to help spread messages of activism to Jackson and beyond.

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Justin Bruce

Justin Bruce, 28, is passionate about helping the capital city succeed, and as director of innovation and performance for the City of Jackson, he gets to do just that.

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Timaal Bradford

Timaal Bradford, 26, says he appreciates the different ways hip-hop can be interpreted. “Like all art, it’s subjective,” Bradford says. “Some people may take a song to mean one thing; I may take away something else.”

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Crafting His Own Career: Graham Carraway

Brandon-native Graham Carraway says he “can’t sit still.” Between serving up signature dishes at Estelle in downtown Jackson and crafting one-of-a-kind lettering with his design business, the twenty-six-year-old has his hands full. But he’s proving that success can come from chasing your dreams.

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Meet the Brasher Family

It wasn’t long after Jordan and John Michael Brasher of Clinton found out they were going to be the parents of a baby girl, that they also learned some difficult news. Their unborn baby, Katherine, had a heart defect. But now, almost a year later, the Brasher family is celebrating a living miracle.

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Methodist Children’s Homes: Offering a Light in a Dark World

Since 1896, the mission of Methodist Children’s Homes of Mississippi has been to minister to children who have experienced various forms of neglect or abuse by providing a safe, loving place for them to heal and receive therapeutic counseling.

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Building a Legacy: Attache Alumni Dinner Theater

The Attaché Alumni Dinner Theater is the show choir’s biggest annual fundraiser. Each year, past members gather to reminisce of their days singing and dancing together. But this year’s event was extra special because it marked 25 years of Attaché under directors David and Mary Fehr.

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Raggio Custom Calls

Raggio has made over a thousand duck calls since he began in 2013. What started out as a hobby quickly became a business when Raggio Custom Calls was named a Garden & Gun Made in the South Finalist in 2014. Now his beautifully-crafted calls are being recognized far beyond Mississippi.

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Good Citizen

Anna Boyd Hawks says she always wanted to own a business. The ideas ranged from art gallery to coffee shop and everything in between, but the sense of community was a must.

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Cindy Hamil’s Commitment to Excellence

For over 10 years, Eastside Elementary has flourished under the leadership of principle Cindy Hamil, whose positive attitude and proactive mindset keeps Eastside on their A-game. By embracing new technology and pushing for excellence in every area of education, Hamil is working to better prepare her students, and teachers, for the ever-changing world.

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Marching to the Top: CHS Band

Whether it’s playing in the stands, marching during halftime, or performing in a concert hall, the members of the Clinton High School Band pour their hearts into their music. But they are also putting Clinton on the map as a strong competitor among bands nationwide.

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A Military Marriage

First Lieutenant Jacob Carpenter and his wife, Captain Becky Carpenter, are no strangers to the long-distance relationship. But they don’t let distance keep them from serving their country and each other to the fullest.

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LoDoner “L.D.” Hollis

Daytime kitchen manager LoDoner Hollis has been serving up southern favorites at Walker’s Drive-In in Fondren since the restaurant opened its doors in 1999. Hollis, also known as “L.D.,” says that co-workers call her “master of the plate lunch.”

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Mr. CHS

When senior Avery Webster was named Mr. CHS at the Clinton High School Beauty and Beau pageant this year, he couldn’t contain his astonishment. “When my name was called, I really was speechless,” says Avery. “The only thing I was able to do was to give Mr. Goins a big hug when he said it.”

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Field of Dreams

As an avid baseball fan, Joseph Voynik spends a lot of time watching his favorite sport on television. But when he saw a commercial for The Miracle League during a Pittsburgh Pirates game several years ago, he realized a need in his community and wanted to meet it.

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Lake Caroline Arts and Crafts Show

Every fall, families gather to peruse locally-made items, see artisans at work, and enjoy a lakeside picnic. It’s all a part of the Lake Caroline Arts and Crafts Show—an annual event put on by the Lake Caroline Home Owners Association where around 50 vendors offer a variety of handmade wares.

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The DOT Shop

Hallie Darphin knows the value of a good education. Since its start in 2014, her school supply company, Dot, has helped fund over 4,000 days of school for children in developing countries. Now the 25-year-old entrepreneur is opening the doors of The Dot Shop to better spread her education mission and encourage others to change the world.

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A WWII Love Story

This year marks the 69th anniversary of Richard and Nellie Paul Farr of Madison. It has also been 70 years since Richard returned home from WWII. The time that he served as a young man with the 99th Infantry Division of the United States Army is hard to forget, but years later he also recalls the love letters from a girl back home who gave him hope.

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The Lew Crew

This May, the class of 2016 will be commemorating the end of a journey. But there’s one family that will be celebrating a household full of 2016 graduates.

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Family window holds priceless history

Druanne Clack of Clinton has always treasured the stained glass window that belonged to her father, but it’s more than just a beautiful work of art. The history of the ancient glass also pieces together a family story that is just as priceless as the window itself.

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Christopher Lockhart of Capital City Kayaks

Christopher Lockhart, owner of Capital City Kayaks, says he has always enjoyed being out on the water. The 27-year-old Jackson native grew up kayaking during the summer and continued the hobby into adulthood. He started buying boats so friends could join him. Soon, he says, “I had a whole fleet.”

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A Mother’s Day

This Mother’s Day we are telling the stories of three Madison moms whose families may look different, but they share a common thread—their love for their children.

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Big City, Big Dreams

Before people started telling her she had “the look,” Mary Upton Shirley had never thought about modeling. But she finally decided to see if they were right and give it a chance. Now the 18-year-old senior at Madison Central High School is heading to New York to work as a contracted model. Mary Upton may be a Mississippi girl, but she’s got all the makings of a big city success.

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Veda’s Story

Morgan Rhea was 22 weeks pregnant when she received the news that her child had a congenital heart defect. It was the day that doctors told her her unborn daughter Veda was missing half her heart. Morgan’s entire life and motherhood changed instantly as she was plunged into the foreign world of CHD, not knowing if her child would live. The prayer requests were urgently sent out and within two weeks, Veda’s heart had grown. But this was just the first of many miracles in Veda’s life.

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Eye Candy Woodworks

Dr. Joshua Massey, 29, O.D., of Southern Eye Care of Clinton, makes a living helping people with their vision. But now he has turned his own vision into a reality through a project he’s cleverly-dubbed “Eye Candy Woodworks.”

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Other Work

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