DeSoto


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DeSoto

An automobile made by the Chrysler Motors Corporation (Detroit, MI) from 1928–1960.
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Monicah Delane Jacquot, 45, of DeSoto passed away at 5:57 p.
Sitting right across the border from Memphis, DeSoto County Tourism is hoping to capitalize on its growth with a new marketing campaign: "South of the Ordinary.
com)-- The Chocolate Milk Festival: Celebrating Black Breastfeeding Families is hosted by RootMama Maternal Care at the DeSoto Civic Center on Sunday, August 28, 2016 from 2 pm - 5 pm.
DESOTO COUNTY (Gordon Elliott) DESOTO County may be able to land a decent handicap after a fine third behind Henry Higgins in the competitive Coral.
These include high-solids DESOTHANE HS/CA 8100 abrasion-resistant topcoat, DESOTO high-temperature epoxy primer and topcoat, DeSoto high-solids integral fuel tank coating, and an antistatic coating.
Some time ago, a long time supporter in Illinois who had donated two classic cars to us previously, contacted us about donating his restored 1932 DeSoto SA.
Experian has said that the senior vice president of its business information services unit Laura DeSoto has been appointed to serve as 2015 chair of the Orange County Business Council (OCBC).
Gunfire was reported at night at a Dallas home and during a related incident minutes later at a residence in DeSoto.
The suspect in that shooting fled to nearby DeSoto, where he was involved in another shooting, Mitchell said.
Kenneth Santos, vice mayor of the community where Chad Ryan Desoto resides, said the 21-year-old suspect's mother had been crying and distraught when he met with her twice -- first the day after Tuesday's incident, and second on Friday.
Enrollment totals after the last day of late registration include 3,711 students at the Senatobia-based college's DeSoto County campus at DeSoto Center in Southaven, followed by 3,497 at the main Senatobia campus.
Caption: THE ENTIRE FIFTH GRADE OF DeSoto Trail Elementary School in Tallahassee visited the Supreme Court as part of the Justice Teaching project, thanks to volunteer Kimberly Gracia-Jones.