JULY 13, 1934

A number of people from Neshoba County are going on the "Know Mississippi Better Train" which leaves Jackson, July 17.



JULY 7, 1944

Pvt. Earl W. Gray Jr. has landed safely in England and is with the hospital unit there. He writes home that he is receiving the Neshoba Democrat regularly and is enjoying every word of it.



JULY 8, 1954

Bob Williams, secretary of Mississippi State Alumni Association, who is well known in the city and county, was a member of the caravan who also added words to the invitation, and more especially to former students of the college.



JULY 9, 1964

Low bidder for blacktopping 5.695 miles of the Deemer and Beat Line roads in Neshoba County was W. E. Blaine and Son of Mt. Olive for $116,849.



JULY 11, 1974

Philadelphia's Miss Hospitality Jenny Lynn Ethridge departed Tuesday afternoon for Biloxi where she will represent the town and county in the state pageant.



JULY 11, 1984

AN EDITORIAL: The unexpected and untimely death Tuesday of Alderman A. L. "Buddy" Wilkerson is a occasion of sadness for the City of Philadelphia and its citizens. He will be missed.



JULY 13, 1994

A quality hospital is important to Neshoba County residents. That was the message delivered to the Board of Supervisors by a group of six citizens Monday morning at the board's regular meeting.



JULY 14, 2004

Frank Savell was pictured sorting through a large batch of bright red tomatoes at Bill Traywick's produce stand along Mississippi 16.