An early morning traffic stop on July 25 near the intersection of Highway 21S and County Road 365, led to the arrest of a Philadelphia man on drug charges, Sheriff Eric Clark said.
A group of Neshoba countians has formed an organization to research and publish their West African heritage and discover what was behind the decision of their ancestors to settle here.
Neshoba General has established a new call line for drive-thru COVID-19 testing appointments as requests nearly doubled early this week.
Head football coaches from Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Southern Mississippi took time to update fans about their teams’ upcoming seasons last week at The Neshoba County Fair.
The liberals will claim there are no concerted efforts to make Critical Race Theory part of the K-12 curriculum calling such talk a predictable topic at the Neshoba County Fair last week, so that must mean there is or at least could be soon.
A Mississippi abortion case set to be heard before the U.S. Supreme Court this fall stands a real chance of ending or at least curbing the scourge of abortion on demand in America.
Just seven weeks into his presidency, Joe Biden signed a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill. Among the largest spending bills in history, it was passed without the vote of a single Republican.
Shandra Wilson grew up watching her mother bake in the kitchen.
It was a great morning on July 29 for Annika Jones who received the news that she had passed the exam for Certified Occupational Therapists. She is so excited to be officially finished with the stress of studying!
Watching my native evening primrose unfurl at dusk should have been soothing to my romantic right brain. But the interwoven dance of flowers, fragrance, and a large, hovering sphinx moth kicked my scientific left brain into overdrive.
Mrs. Enily Donald of the Plattsburg community states that most of her income is come dairying. The Donald’s are building a new barn, digging a silo, and making every improvement possible for their cows. They are growing the feed in order to eliminate expenses in their dairying enterprise.
There is a disturbing upward trend in illegal drug use in our community in general and specifically in the use of methamphetamines.
Miss Billie Gylnn Fox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Fox of Coldwater Community, placed second in the Home Improvement contest held at State College last week. Misses Frances Warwick and Aldean Spivey,