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Marsha Bavetta with new Drug Court service dog.
Marsha Bavetta with new Drug Court service dog.
Wednesday, March 14, 2018 6:00 PM
A new service dog has taken the role of ensuring calm and emotional stability in the Eighth Judicial District Drug Court at only nine months of age.
  • The Neshoba County Board of Supervisors rejected bids for private solid waste services during their regularly scheduled meeting meaning that the county will continue to provide waste management services on behalf of county residents.
  • Neshoba band rates All Superior
    The 145-member Neshoba Central Big Blue Band was rated All Superior Saturday during the Mississippi High School Activities Association Region 3 Marching Evaluation, marking its 39th consecution year to achieve the top honors.
  • Philly students learning about the arts
    Philadelphia Elementary School’s work with the Mississippi Arts Commission Whole Schools Initiative has led to the district having its own teaching artist who is teaching third-grade students to perform their own musical this Thursday and Friday at the school.
  • Poll worker training
    Philadelphia Neshoba County Career Technical Center, a division of East Central Community College, hosted the Neshoba County poll worker training recently as depicted above.  
  • For the 13th year, Fall Fun Day will return to the Neshoba County Coliseum Thursday, Oct. 25 with a variety of fun activities for special needs children in the area.
  • NC football stadium approved
    A new near $1.4 million football stadium on the Neshoba Central High School campus moved closer to fruition Monday night when the School Board accepted a bid from a Meridian construction company.
  • Native Holland radiology head
    A few weeks ago Jason Holland got the call to return to his hometown in an opportunity that would allow him the chance to work for his hometown hospital.
  • MSU’s Schaeffer peps CDP banquet
    Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaeffer said the goal to winning in sports and in business revolves around a number of factors.
  • MBCI unveils Tribal Council Hall
    The new $3.5 million Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Tribal Council Hall & Program Offices officially opened Monday to great fanfare as several hundred Tribal members and distinguished guests came to be part of the festivities.
  • Man arrested for flight
    A Newton County man was arrested last Wednesday evening after he attempted to evade a Philadelphia Police Department safety checkpoint and took officers for a ride before crashing the car he was driving and fleeing by foot into a wooded area near Highway 15.
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