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Wednesday, March 29, 2017 5:35 PM
A woman was shot in the neck this afternoon while riding in a car on Robin Hood Circle. Two men are being questioned by Philadelphia police.
  • Woman dies in fire at Arlington house
    A fire destroyed a house in the Arlington community Friday night claiming one life.
  • Rush cheers for ‘her’ quarterback
    When the Philadelphia Tornadoes hit the football field on Friday nights, Ansen Rush can be found in the stands cheering them on. Her favorite player is #6 Ahyunte Crosby, the quarterback and her son!
  • Tornadoes grind out  victory over Newton Tigers
    The Philadelphia High School Tornadoes earned their first Region 4-2A victory when they battled past Newton High School 36-22 Friday night in prep football action.
  • Oak Street renamed for Dupree
    Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame recipient and former Philadelphia High School legendary running back Marcus Dupree was honored Friday night in Harpole Stadium, when a segment of nearby Oak Street was renamed in his honor.

    A segment of street, which runs parallel to the high school, is now “Marcus Dupree Drive.”
  • Group gearing up for color run
    There’s going to be an array of “color” inside Northside Park on Saturday as the Neshoba Central middle and high school’s Parent-Teacher Organizations host their second annual color run.
  • No. 1 Tornadoes open region play vs. Newton High
    The Philadelphia High School Tornadoes will turn their attention to Region 4-2A play Friday night when they host the Newton High School Tigers in prep football action.
  • Group plans bridge marathon
    Joyce Dansby, Wendy Haden and other members of the Philanthropic Educational Organization are planning a marathon, which doesn’t require any level of physical fitness!
  • Rockets rally to take region win over Holmes County
     The Neshoba Central Rockets rallied in the second half to take a 20-19 Region 2-5A victory over Holmes County Central Friday night in prep football action.
  • Crowd tours new high school
    School Board members joined administrators, faculty, students and parents to cut the ribbon on the new Neshoba Central High School last week officially opening the ultra-modern facility, which remained open afterwards for tours.
  • PES student's drive to aid Hurricane Harvey victims
    This year’s theme at Philadelphia Elementary School is “There is a Superhero Inside All of Us” and no one is living up to that challenge more than sixth grader Kyleigh Moore.

    At home with a case of strep throat when Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas, Moore found herself engulfed in the coverage on television, particularly with the people suffering in wake of the flooding.
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