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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.
  • Gazebo renovation receives OK
    A $4,000 renovation to the gazebo in DeWitt DeWeese Memorial Park was approved by The Philadelphia Main Street Association at their meeting Monday night.
  • Philadelphia residents could see tax cut that would return about $130,000 to property owners.
  • Hall looking for improvement as Tornadoes open Thursday night
    The Philadelphia High Tornadoes will open their 2018 football season Thursday night when they play host to Ruleville Central.
  • Warriors, Yellowjackets faceoff in season opener
    Two teams with something to prove will kick off their 2018 football seasons Friday night when the Union Yellowjackets visit Choctaw Central.
  • Man’s leg broken in Fair fight
    Two men were arrested early Thursday morning at the Neshoba County Fair after they broke a man’s leg and ruptured one of his eardrums during an alleged assault on Founders Square.
  • Money stolen from Gum St. store
    Officers are looking for two suspects in a business burglary that occurred Friday off of Gum Street.
  • Mayos go from high tea to sweet tea
    Dr. Bill and Cherri Mayo traveled halfway around the globe and then sprinted back across the pond to make the Fair.
  • Tate: Dems want to hoodwink us
    Attorney General Jim Hood stopped short of announcing a run for governor during political speaking at The Neshoba County Fair last Wednesday as four silent demonstrators to his left side mockingly imitated prominent Democrats in an attempt to link him to liberals.
  • Choctaw Central announces 3 new head coaches
    The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians announced the hiring of three varsity coaches for Choctaw Central High School during a press conference Monday
  • Shepard  joins MISA Hall of Fame
    Longtime Leake Academy basketball coach Phil Shepard was inducted into the Mississippi Independent Schools Association’s Hall of Fame Saturday, during a dinner at the Hinds Community College campus in Pearl.
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