Veto of clerk firing goes to AG
The employment status of a municipal court clerk is awaiting a ruling by the state Attorney General after last Tuesday’s meeting of the Philadelphia Mayor and Board of Aldermen.
Tribe encourages entrepreneurship during current economy
CHOCTAW — Although the United States has seen a stagnant economy during much of 2020, the Director of Economic Development for the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians says this is actually an advantageous climate for starting a new business.
Hardy's new album 'A Rock' drops tomorrow
A rowdy bunch of young men surfing a mattress in a muddy field on a farm in Tennessee pulled by a jacked-up 4x4, one of the boys sporting a red flannel union suit. Now that’s redneck!
Grant brings extra science learning to Tucker class
Students at Tucker Elementary School who are on a hybrid schedule since starting back to school Monday will get some extra help in their science studies, thanks to a grant their teacher, Ashland “Coby” Willis, has received.
COVID impacts schools
There have been 22 positive cases of COVID-19 among students throughout Neshoba County and another four faculty and staff impacted, according to data from the Mississippi State Department of Health
Lowe’s helps evacuees from Louisiana
A Lake Charles, La., family who evacuated to Kemper County was in the Philadelphia Lowe's last week stocking up on supplies to donate to their storm-ravaged community after a direct hit by Hurricane Laura when they got the surprise of their lives.
County Jail Docket
Joseph N. Barnett, 28, of 14573 Highway 21 South, contempt of court, possession of paraphernalia, possession of marijuana- 1st offense