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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.
  • Tribe signs MOU with  VA for housing loans
    A memorandum of understanding, which will make the process of applying for a Veterans Affairs home loan easier for eligible Native American veterans, active-duty military and their spouses on federal trust land, was signed last week by the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • Kirkland known for decorative cakes
    It’s a special time of the year for Pam and Ronnie Kirkland as their “patio” home on 101 Walker Lane will be featured on the Philadelphia Home Arts Club’s Christmas Tour of Homes.
  • ‘Big Nasty’ turned out to have quite a story in the Arlington community
    Stan Ethredge knew he had killed a special deer Oct. 20 on family property in the Arlington community.
  • Patrick’s cookies gaining popularity
    When it comes to decorated Christmas cookies, Shunda Horne Patrick likes to showcase her artistic ability. 
  • Area basketball teams return to action
    Some of the high school basketball teams in The Neshoba Democrat area played during the Thanksgiving holiday while all will return to action this week.
  • Marshall showcases vintage Bronco
    A vintage Ford Bronco sold at Marshall Ford in the 1970s has found its way back home, as people and things in small communities often do, and is proudly on display in their showroom off Mississippi 16 west.
  • New Orleans native loves to cook
    Growing up in New Orleans, Jodi Harrison never dreamed that she would one day be a resident of Neshoba County, Miss.,  until she met her husband, Mark.
  • Lady Warriors overcome Starkville in overtime
    The Choctaw Central Lady Warriors missed their first 10 shots on goal but held on to defeat Starkville 56-52 Saturday during the Neshoba Central prep basketball classic.
  • A ‘thank you’ best way to recognize veterans, says speaker at program
    There are many ways to recognize the service of veterans, but the easiest is to just say “Thank you,” Chief Master Sergeant Angela Duncan told those gathered for the annual Veterans Day program in DeWeese Park Saturday.
  • Life’s about family for Kilpatrick
    It’s all about family and career for Kay Kilpatrick, a Neshoba County native who grew up on a dairy farm in the Waldo community with six brothers and sisters.
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