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Hero’s parade honors Bob Dickerson Friday

What a glorious day for the Holly High Hawks Saturday! The outside of the auditorium was decked to the nines in colors of black and gold. The seniors of Holly High were honored with a graduation ceremony, each receiving diplomas and closure to what was a bizarre ending to their high school careers. Congratu lations, Holly High Class of 2020!

If you did not have a chance to pop into the Lost River/The Gypsy Cowgirl owned by Andrea Edgeworth prior to the current pandemic, it is a must stop. Her shop is located on the corner of Randolph and Falconer. The outside is fantastic with the most inviting porch. Once inside, you will find everything from delicious confections to candles to unique flasks and everything in between. You will also be overwhelmed with the warm hospitality she offers.

Although Andrea is not an “original” here, you would never know it. When she landed in Holly Springs, she hit with both boots on the ground and running. She has worked really hard to offer unique findings for her clientele from all over the country. Her unique style can be seen throughout her store and brings a twist of Southwestern decor to our little town. If you have some time on your hands and want to have a full shopping experience and meet someone I consider to be a free spirit, stop by her shop!

Get well wishes go out to Bob Dickerson, who was involved in a shootout a week and a half ago in Oxford. Bob is a member of the elite U.S. Marshals. Luckily, he was rushed immediately to the hospital in Oxford, where he underwent surgery to repair his wounds.

Bob was released to go home with a hero’s parade last week. Please pray for his wellbeing and a smooth road to recovery.

Holly Springs South Reporter

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Holly Springs, MS 38635
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