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Area youths participated in a variety of activities, including the ring toss, at the Boys and Girl’s Club Spring Festival Wednesday at Philadelphia Elementary School. The festival was one of several events held last week to commemorate National Boys and Girls Club week.
Area youths participated in a variety of activities, including the ring toss, at the Boys and Girl’s Club Spring Festival Wednesday at Philadelphia Elementary School. The festival was one of several events held last week to commemorate National Boys and Girls Club week.
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 12:00 PM
The Philadelphia Boys and Girls Club is bigger and better than ever and part of that growth is attributable to Director Jermaine Harris’ process and love for the youth of Philadelphia.
  • Leadership grads showed passion
    Young leaders from area schools were recognized for their participation in the 2017-2018 class of Leadership Neshoba on Monday
  • Noxubee man dies in crash on Miss. 15
    A former Noxubee County high school coach and teacher died Sunday in a wreck north of Philadelphia on Mississippi 15.
  • Recipients of Hall of Fame and other honors were recognized during the annual Awards Day program held April 23, 2018, at East Central Community College in Decatur.
  • Neshoba Central students raise $2K for Make-A-Wish Foundation
    Members of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Neshoba Central High School learned a valuable lesson in giving back by way of a student led fundraising endeavor to provide money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
  • Two Uruguayan students were hosted by U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper recently on a cold, snowy day in Washington.
  • Mississippi and other states across the Nation are entering the first major phase of the 2020 Census: comparing local address information received from states, counties, and municipalities to address information housed at the U.S. Census Bureau.
  • • Patrick Barnett, 28, of 401 S. Lewis Avenue, failure to pay, simple assault by threat
  • ‘Thrill Hill’ claims lives of 2 men
    Two young men died when the car in which they were traveling struck a pickup truck pulling a horse trailer head-on  late last week on what is commonly known as “Thrill Hill” on a county road just east of town.
  • Arson alleged in fire
    Because he was tired of his girlfriend’s “crap,” a Neshoba County man set fire to his own mobile home Wednesday evening, he told the authorities
  • Bids for a sidewalk project along Byrd Avenue were let last week after the Mayor and Board of Aldermen gave their nod in a project that began nearly a year ago.
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