The latest news from DeSoto County
26 Apr / 2023
Catch up on all things DeSoto County
Each month, we highlight a variety of topics on our blog to help locals and visitors alike learn more about DeSoto County. From restaurant roundups and kid-friendly activities to history lessons and local events, we do our best to cover it all.
- Must-see murals in DeSoto County
- 3 new DeSoto County businesses to visit
- Going green for spring
- How to see the Mid-South on a budget
Have a topic you’d like us to consider covering? Let us know!
Small Business Spotlight: Custom Jewelry
Custom Jewelry in Southaven’s Silo Square is a must if you are on the hunt for unique and beautiful bling. Since 1986, this family owned and operated small business has been a one-stop-shop for gorgeous gems, engravings, custom-made sets and more. Check out their Instagram page to view the latest and greatest offerings and make plans to stop by soon. Fair warning, you’re likely to find a piece you just can’t live without!
DeSoto County in the news
There’s always something to talk about here in DeSoto County. Check out a few recent news articles below.
- BankPlus Amphitheater reopened on April 20 after an extensive renovation, as reported by DeSoto Times-Tribune.
- DeSoto County News reported Silo Square was named the Best Commercial Development in the state as part of the Home Builders Association of Mississippi’s Best in Mississippi Awards.
- Olive Branch native and Daytona 500 champ Ricky Stenhouse Jr. received a warm welcome home and a key to the city last month, as reported by The Commercial Appeal.
- Landers Center’s grand expansion is moving forward with additional funding, according to The Daily Memphian.
- Also by The Daily Memphian is a story highlighting the opening of a new superfood fruit shop – Bare Fruit Açaí Bar in Olive Branch.
Enjoy wings galore, corn hole, live music, kid-friendly activities and more at Wheels & Wings Fest on April 29 at Olive Branch City Park.
Dig into crawfish for a good cause at Blues for the Blue Crawfish & Blues Festival at Southaven’s Silo Square on April 29.
Watch the Memphis Americans face the Fayetteville Fury at Landers Center April 30 and May 1.
Magnolia Fest, including a carnival, kid-friendly rides, live music and more, is set for May 3-6 at Horn Lake’s Latimer Lakes Park.