June 6, 1934

Nearly 300 delegates assembled Wednesday morning in Philadelphia for the 1934 Convention of the 5th District Rural Mail Carriers, with a splendid program and much enthusiasm.

June 7, 1944

Far-sighted business men of Philadelphia, looking toward establishing industrial plants here that will benefit citizens of Neshoba County, are going forward with plans to bring before the people of the county, their findings pertinent to the establishment of a glove factory in Philadelphia.

June 2, 1954

Boys State got under way in Jackson last Saturday, when several hundred youngsters from over the state attended the annual affair that is sponsored by the American Legion.

June 3, 1964

Congressman Arthur Winstead of Philadelphia easily defeated two candidates in his bid for his 12th term in Congress from the Fourth Congressional District.

June 5, 1974

Edward Prisock of Louisville and John Clark Love, Jr. of Kosciusko won the Democratic nominations Tuesday for chancery court judges of the Sixth Chancery Court District, which includes Neshoba County.

June 6, 1984

Leading economic indicators show that the economy in Philadelphia and Neshoba County is on the upswing.

June 1, 1994

Transportation Commissioner Wayne Burkes announced today that a contract has been awarded for improvements to Highway 19 in Neshoba County.


Registered voters will have the opportunity to select their choices for a variety of legislative and judicial officials during the First Democratic and First Republicn primary elections on Tuesday, June 7.

June 2, 2004

A three-month planning process to produce a master plan for expansion to the county's hospital was approved Thursday.


Jack Peebles only lasted four dayson the front lines during World War II, receiving injuries to his arm and face soon after being stationed in Italy as a machine gunner.