Ad Spot

Watkins, Mooney

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garner Watkins III of Jackson announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Polly Nicholson Watkins, to Joshua Samuel Mooney, of Brookhaven.

He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Spencer Mooney of Brookhaven.

The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. McNeill Bartling III and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garner Watkins Jr., both of Madison.

The prospective groom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James Calvin Pierce of Huntsville, Alabama, the late Mr. Bruce Holmes Brady of Brookhaven, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Francis Mooney Jr. of Clarksdale.

Miss Nicholson is a 2018 graduate of Jackson Preparatory School and is a student at the University of Mississippi, pursuing a bachelor of arts degree in English. She is a member of Chi Omega  sorority.

Mr. Mooney is a 2014 graduate of home education and a 2018 graduate of the University of Mississippi, with a bachelor of science degree in integrated marketing communications.

He is self-employed as a songwriter and musician in Nashville, Tennessee.

The couple will exchange vows on Sunday, May 17, 2020, at The Chapel at Plein Air, in Taylor, Mississippi. A reception will follow on the lawn at Plein Air.

News

CDC reminds public to wear masks, keep 6 feet apart

Galleries

Junior Auxiliary says ‘Thank you’ as volunteer group celebrates National JA Week

News

Whistle Stop races to provide virtual challenge

News

No deaths in Lincoln County as yet from novel virus

News

Brookhaven mayor: Governor’s order is right course

News

COVID-19 update — KDMC urges: Shelter in place

News

City’s sales tax receipts show rise

News

Mental health is available — COVID-19 pandemic exacerbating preexisting anxieties, depression in some

News

Grab-and-Go Summer Food Program suspended

News

Governor issues stay-at-home order — Enforcement to begin Friday afternoon

Galleries

Gardening together, separately

News

COVID-19 Update: Keep your distance, wash your hands

News

Small business may keep employees paid, at home

News

Get ready for a ‘Girls Night In’ — Customers can still take part in online-only event

News

For Ole Brook singer-actor, ‘The Price is Right’ with appearance on popular game show

News

Emergency Management Director: ‘This is the only way to stop the spread’

News

Maynor named publisher of The Daily Leader

News

For federal funding, 2020 Census is a snapshot of the state

News

Know your neighbor: In difficult times, nurse works for happiness

News

Lincoln County emergency manager reminds all to ‘be vigilant’

News

The library can still safely serve the public

Galleries

We’re going on a bear hunt — Social distancing doesn’t have to mean staying indoors

News

Get screened for COVID-19 from your car at KDMC’s mobile screening site

News

Wesson teen killed in one-car crash