Homage to Covington
There’s no doubt that a visit to Covington’s award-winning Southern Hotel is an absolute feast for the eyes. Once voted a “Top Ten New Hotel in the South” by Southern Living Magazine, its striking collection of handpicked local art, photography and vintage postcards is worthy of an upscale gallery, but there’s much more to it than just sophisticated ambience.
Every May, college, high school, elementary and kindergarten students look forward to graduation. Graduation marks the celebration of their accomplishments and is a stepping stone to the next phase in their lives. With COVID-19, students were forced to vacate their schools, to finish up their school year online and to miss the traditional graduation ceremonies.
Tubing Down the
The Bogue Chitto River is a tributary of the Pearl, which serves as the dividing line between Mississippi’s southern tip and Louisiana’s Florida Parishes. The Choctaw named the Bogue Chitto “big creek” and traveled up and down the length of the Pearl and into the surrounding delta to trade with other Native Americans in the region.