Archie Batson, left, and Shep Batson worked together in their cattle business in Stone County. Archie Batson died earlier this year. He and Wiggins business owner Mary Price annually presented a live Nativity in downtown Wiggins. This year, Price and other members of the Batson family will present the Nativity in his memory.
Archie Batson, left, and Shep Batson worked together in their cattle business in Stone County. Archie Batson died earlier this year. He and Wiggins business owner Mary Price annually presented a live Nativity in downtown Wiggins. This year, Price and other members of the Batson family will present the Nativity in his memory. Courtesy Kim Batson Dukes
Archie Batson, left, and Shep Batson worked together in their cattle business in Stone County. Archie Batson died earlier this year. He and Wiggins business owner Mary Price annually presented a live Nativity in downtown Wiggins. This year, Price and other members of the Batson family will present the Nativity in his memory. Courtesy Kim Batson Dukes

Patriarch’s spirit lives on as Wiggins keeps Christmas tradition going

December 18, 2016 12:00 AM

UPDATED December 18, 2016 12:00 AM

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