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Mississippi Art’s Council teacher Mary Francis Massey, left, teaches third grade students at Philadelphia Elementary School to sing The Troggs’ hit “Wild Thing” as part of a scheduled performance of the students set for Thursday at 6 p.m. at the school.
Mississippi Art’s Council teacher Mary Francis Massey, left, teaches third grade students at Philadelphia Elementary School to sing The Troggs’ hit “Wild Thing” as part of a scheduled performance of the students set for Thursday at 6 p.m. at the school.
Wednesday, October 17, 2018 12:00 PM
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.
  • 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.
  • Suspect stopped with cart
    A shirtless man pushing a shopping cart down Kosciusko Road containing suspected stolen goods was arrested early Monday morning and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • 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.
  • Hospital Auxiliary members honored at October ceremony
    Neshoba County General Hospital and Nursing Home recently honored its auxiliary with a dinner and awards ceremony on Oct. 4  in the Pear View Café.
  • • Christian Barfoot, 17, of 217 Robinhood Circle, hold for investigations
  • 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.  
  • Neshoba band wins ‘Grand Champion’ title
    The “Grand Champion” trophy from the Northeast Regional Marching Championship came home with the 145-member Neshoba Central Big Blue Band Saturday night.
  • 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.
  • Residents near Westside Park are seeking the community's help to raise $50,000 for improvements to the park and the swimming pool located in the park.
  • 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.
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