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Christian Collins
Christian Collins
Wednesday, April 12, 2017 6:00 PM
It’s been an exciting school year for eighth grader Christian Collins, who attended the Presidential Inauguration Leadership Summit earlier this year in Washington, D. C.

The five-day program took place amid the excitement of the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump where Collins and several other outstanding students gained a deeper understanding of the history behind the electoral process and the rich traditions surrounding the inauguration.
  • PRE-K REGISTRATION AT PHILADELPHIA

    Philadelphia Elementary School Pre-Kindergarten Registration is from April 17 to April 21.

    Philadelphia Elementary School Kindergarten registration is from April 24 to  April 28.
  • Team gearing up for Relay for Life
    Teams are gearing up for Relay for Life and no one is more excited than the folks at Sta-Home Home Health and Hospice/Accent Care.

    “Cancer is not a game” is the theme of this year’s relay, set for Friday, May 12 from 6 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. in the Neshoba County Coliseum.

    Teams will be assigned a position on a Monopoly board inside the coliseum, with the Sta-Home team representing the Railroad space.
  • Holy Cross Catholic Church was the setting for the Baptism of precious Micah Anthony Fieber at 2 in the afternoon on Palm Sunday, April 9.  Micah's parents are Timothy and Susanna Pace Fieber.  Father Augustine Palimattam, Pastor, performed the ceremony.  Grandparents are Tony and Janice Branning Fieber, and Mike and Teresa Pace of Philadelphia. 
  • Indianapolis, Ind., was the recent destination of Marcia Blount Moody and her mother, Billie Latting, to attend a birthday party.  It was a very important birthday party. Marcia's grandson who is also Billie Ruth's great grandson, Luke Moody, was celebrating his very first birthday!  He is the son of Chan and Jeri Moody.  His sister, Reagan also helped with the celebration.  The party was fun and everyone had a good time
  • Miss Bailey to wed Brant McNeece
    Dr. and Mrs. Chip Bailey of Philadelphia announce the engagement and upcoming wedding of their daughter, Laura Elizabeth Bailey, to Brant McNeece, son of Mr. Gregory Parker and Ms. Dana Parker of Carthage.  

    Miss Bailey is a 2008 graduate of Philadelphia High School.  She completed her Bachelor of Science Degree in Biological Sciences in 2013 and Master's Degree in Infectious Diseases in 2015 from Mississippi State University.  She is currently employed with Oktibbeha County Hospital in Starkville.

  • For week of April 17 - 21

    Philadelphia High School
  • In November 1941, at the Navy enlistment station at Meridian, Mississippi, Thomas Madison Lowry, a twenty-one year-old construction worker from Neshoba County, joined the United States Navy.

    The new sailor, standing five feet eleven and one-half inches tall, weighing 160 pounds, with black hair and hazel eyes, began his naval career at the Naval Training Center at Camp Bradford, Norfolk, Virginia, before an assignment to the U.S.S. Sangamon, an escort carrier. In September 1942 through May 1945, the Sangamon literally sailed the high seas in the European and Asiatic-Pacific Theatres of Operations.
  • St. Lucia, a slice of Paradise in the East Caribbean, was the spring vacation destination for Woody and Elisa Reed and their daughter, Amy Reed Eubanks, and her son, Reed Eubanks, and their son and daughter-in-law, Jason and Moe Reed. They stayed in a private villa with a porch overlooking their own private beach.  Reed asked his Pawpaw to buy the house for them!
  • Miss Mason to wed Scott Wylie on April 8
    Mr. and Mrs. Lane Mason of  Florence and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wylie of Preston would like to announce the upcoming wedding of their children. 

    Ms. Penne L. Mason and Mr. Adam S. Wylie will be married on April 8, 2017, at 2 p.m in the First Pentecostal Church located 5000 I-55 South, Jackson.
  • Some hunters complain about a lack of deer every year, but the concerns this season seem to be more widespread. Since early January, radio programs, newspapers and online forums have featured much discussion about hunters statewide seeing and harvesting fewer deer during the 2016-17 season.

    Hunters question whether seemingly low deer numbers are caused by disease, excessive harvests, coyote predation or wild hog competition. Many variables affect deer populations, and some of these can have more of an impact at local levels.
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