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A crowd gathers for the annual Veterans Day program in DeWitt DeWeese Park Saturday morning. Chief Master Sergeant Angela Duncan was the guest speaker.
A crowd gathers for the annual Veterans Day program in DeWitt DeWeese Park Saturday morning. Chief Master Sergeant Angela Duncan was the guest speaker.
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 6:00 PM
There are many ways to recognize the service of veterans, but the easiest is to just say “Thank you,” Chief Master Sergeant Angela Duncan told those gathered for the annual Veterans Day program in DeWeese Park Saturday.
  • Man convicted of murder of cellmate
    A Neshoba County man found him guilty of second-degree murder in the death of his cellmate nearly two years ago will be sentenced later this month.
  • Philly vying for state title
    Winning a state championship in any sport is a special thing and it doesn’t come easy. When it comes to football, Philadelphia High School can testify to that.
  • Man points gun at firefighter, police, shot dead at house fire
    A Neshoba County man who was shot and killed by law enforcement Thursday morning after he apparently set his house in the Burnside community on fire had just returned from a tour in Afghanistan and suffered from post traumatic stress disorder, a family member said.
  • Fulton changes vote  on office for Henson
    An alderman changed his vote to deny Ward 4 Alderman Cassie Henson’s request to have her own private office at the Westside Community Center
  • Tribe to vote on proposed Red Water Casino Thursday
    Members of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians will decide the fate of the proposed casino in the Red Water community in Leake County in a referendum on Thursday.
  • Woman faces  two counts  of burglary
    A Philadelphia woman faces two counts of burglary in connection with the theft of hunting guns, equipment and several miscellaneous items from a vehicle and an outdoor storage shed at separate locations in the Fairview community.
  • A town hall meeting is set for Dec. 5 in Philadelphia to address the growing impact of opioids in communities across the state.
  • Media given early peak at Civil Rights Museum
    Members of the media were given an early peak inside the ongoing progress of the future Mississippi Civil Rights Museum set to open in Jackson in December.
  • Utility vehicle reported stolen from county school
    A Toro side-by-side utility vehicle was reported stolen from the Neshoba Central High School baseball field Tuesday morning.
  • Harley Briscoe, 31, of 116 Rockspring Trail, public drunk and disorderly conduct.
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