ⓘ Como, Mississippi

                                     

ⓘ Como, Mississippi

Como is a town in Panola County, Mississippi, which borders the Mississippi Delta and is in the northern part of the state, known as hill country. The population was 1.279 as of the 2010 census. It is in a relatively isolated rural area, which has struggled with the legacy of slavery, segregation and agricultural decline.

                                     
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  • historic church building at the junction of Main Craig Street in Como Mississippi The Carpenter Gothic building was constructed in 1873 and added to
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  • WRBO is an FM radio station licensed to Como Mississippi broadcasting on 103.5 MHz and serving the Memphis, Tennessee metropolitan area. Owned by Cumulus
  • and other products. In 1928, he moved to Mississippi to pick cotton. He finally settled in Como Mississippi about 40 miles south of Memphis, in 1940
  • Tony Vincent Johnson born February 5, 1972 in Como Mississippi is a former American football tight end who played for four seasons in the National
  • translator, and essayist. Stark Young was born on October 11, 1881 in Como Mississippi His father, Alfred Alexander Young, was a physician. His mother
  • Fredonia Church is a historic church in Como Mississippi The Greek Revival style building was constructed in 1848 and added to the National Register