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Robert Turnage spent more than 40 years in public education, leading the Philadelphia Public Schools from 1995 to 2002 as superintendent. They’re moving to Water Valley.
Robert Turnage spent more than 40 years in public education, leading the Philadelphia Public Schools from 1995 to 2002 as superintendent. They’re moving to Water Valley.
Wednesday, October 9, 2019 12:00 PM
Longtime educator Robert Turnage and his wife Mary John will be moving to Water Valley later this month to be closer to their family.
  • Chunn celebrates new b’day after liver transplant
    October 9 is a special day for Scottie Chunn and his wife Kelli.
  • Feds indict former vice chief
    A former vice chief of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and his wife have been indicted on federal charges ranging from embezzlement to conspiracy in separate schemes to defraud the Tribe, U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst announced on Monday.
  • The Neshoba County Board of Supervisors approved hiring requests from several departments during the first meeting of  the Fiscal Year 2020 on Monda
  • The new stands at the Neshoba Central football stadium will be full Saturday as the Big Blue band again hosts the Mississippi High School Activities Association’s Region III Marching Band competition.
  • Leake Academy Homecoming Court
    Leake Academy will celebrate homecoming this week against Wayne Academy.
  • Highway dedicated to veteran
    More than 75 years after his death as the first casualty of World War II from here, Lt. Carson W. Bounds was memorialized with a highway dedication last week.
  • Celebrating Marty’s 61st birthday
    Neshoba County native Voncile Breazeale was in Philadelphia last Monday for a special 61st birthday celebration for Marty Stuart at the Porter House.
  • The robbery and assault of a man leaving a convince store on Beacon Street late Saturday evening is being investigated by Philadelphia Police.
  • NCHS Homecoming
    Neshoba Central senior McKenzie Street was crowned Homecoming Queen on Friday at Neshoba Centra
  • County jail docket
    • Maurice Boler, 26, of 600 Walnut Street, hold for investigations, domestic violence simple assault- 1st
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