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Man allegedly shoots cousin on bush hog

A Neshoba County man remains in custody on a $75,000 bond after allegedly shooting his first cousin neighbor who was bush hogging Saturday northwest of Union in rural Neshoba County.

Barnard hired as museum director

Daniel R. Barnard, the new executive director of Marty Stuart’s Congress of Country Music, says he is ready to get the show started,

Choctaw Central hosts LEGO tournament

Students and adults alike joined together in the Choctaw Central High School gymnasium for the 19th Annual Choctaw Tribal Schools First LEGO League Tournament.

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Lady Rockets going after ninth straight championship

The Neshoba Central Lady Rockets will be playing for their ninth straight Class 5A Fast-pitch state championship and the 11th in school history this week when they take on East Central at the University of Southern Mississippi softball field in Hattiesburg.

Rockets earn first trip to baseball championship series With the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh, sophomore pinch hitter Rhett Stovall bunted in the winning run to lift Neshoba Central past
ECCC tennis team competing in NJCAA Nationals Tourney For the third season in a row, the East Central Community College Warrior tennis team has earned an at-large bid to the NJCAA DI Men's National Tournament.
Obituaries
Nan McDaniel Cavin Services for Nan McDaniel Cavin will be held Thursday, May 19th, 2022 at 1:00 pm from McClain-Hays Chapel.
Lydia Earl Davis Graveside services were held for Mrs. Lydia Earl Davis at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at Cedarlawn Cemetery with Rev. Lawrence Pool officiating.
Ronnie Wayne Thomas Funeral service for Mr. Ronnie Wayne Thomas will be held at 10 AM Thursday, May 12, 2022 at Macedonia Baptist Church with Rev. Mark Patrick officiating.
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Deputies arrest alleged 77-year-old drug dealer A 77-year-old alleged drug dealer with a felony conviction was arrested after a traffic stop Tuesday by Neshoba County Sheriff’s Deputies.
County jail docket • Tesheena S. Bell, 30, of 125 Indian Hills Circle, alcoholic beverages- unlawful possession, DUI- 2nd offense, license, driving while revoked or suspended, MV- no insurance
Authorities hunt for stolen tools Authorities are asking for assistance in solving a burglary of a home under renovation on Highway 19 south of Philadelphia at the end of last month in which about $1,200 in tools were taken.
Deputies arrest alleged 77-year-old drug dealer A 77-year-old alleged drug dealer with a felony conviction was arrested after a traffic stop Tuesday by Neshoba County Sheriff’s Deputies.
Authorities hunt for stolen tools Authorities are asking for assistance in solving a burglary of a home under renovation on Highway 19 south of Philadelphia at the end of last month in which about $1,200 in tools were taken.
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Editorials

BUCHANAN/Are all created rights in peril?

In the storm that erupted over the leaked draft opinion of Justice Samuel Alito, which would overturn Roe v. Wade, a secondary alarm has arisen among our elites.

LOWRY/The shameful high court protests

There was something ridiculous about the half-a-dozen protestors in “Handmaid’s Tale” costumes showing up at Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett's house, with one of them explaining to a reporter that Barrett, as an adoptive mother, doesn’t know what it’s like to carry a child to term.

FLASHBACKS

France is ready to renew her pledge that no French warship will be used by the Axis against the Allies, and to immobilize the three warships at Martinique, but she refuses to hand over the tankers and merchant ships there to the United States, the Vichy Government informed Washington in a formal note Wednesday.

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Bozeman gifted at baking cookies

Mary Lou Bozeman is a mental health therapist who loves her dogs, her husband, and anything sweet! She grew up in Palmer Home for Children along with 4 other siblings

Just Among Friends

Congratulations to the Neshoba Central Middle School Stock Market Game Team that competed in the Spring 2022 Region 4 Middle School Division.

Martin named outstanding graduate at MSU

MERIDIAN - Many people say they want to change the world. One Mississippi State-Meridian undergraduate student wants to help individuals change their own world.

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BIBLE SELECTION/Acts 20:35

In all things I have shown you that by working hard in this way we must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, how he himself said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Salvation in Christ is secure We will pause from the study in Acts this week and look at Psalm 112. This psalm shows us the walk or life of a godly man (verses 1-9) and then the reaction of the ungodly man (verse 10).
Cheatham ready for Neshoba County Fair Kevin Cheatham has been busy since he started as the Neshoba County Fair Manager in January.
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EMCC celebrates Class of 2022 East Mississippi Community College held spring 2022 commencement ceremonies Friday, May 6, and Saturday, May 7, at the college’s Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses.
County jail docket • Tesheena S. Bell, 30, of 125 Indian Hills Circle, alcoholic beverages- unlawful possession, DUI- 2nd offense, license, driving while revoked or suspended, MV- no insurance
Supervisors approve 2 vehicles for Sheriff The Board of Supervisors gave Sheriff Eric Clark the go-ahead to purchase two new vehicles during Monday’s meeting.
State sues Favre, Dupree for welfare funds JACKSON — The state of Mississippi Department of Human Resources has sued several high-profile former athletes including former football stars Brett Favre and Marcus Dupree and ex-wrestler Ted DiBiase Sr., accusing them of welfare fraud.
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Students receive scholarships from Class of 1972 Neshoba Central seniors awarded $1,000 scholarships by the NCHS Class of 1972.
McClain-Hays will partner with Georgia family in funeral service After nearly 100 years, Philadelphia’s McClain-Hays Funeral Service will partner with an Atlanta family-owned funeral service, it has been announced.
Man shot bush hogging Saturday A Neshoba County man has been arrested for shooting a neighbor who was bush hogging Saturday west of Union in rural Neshoba County.
Deputies arrest man for drugs, gun Neshoba County Sheriff’s deputies have charged a Philadelphia man with multiple felonies after a traffic stop Tuesday on MS Highway 15. David Monroe Price, 77, of   10141 RD 373, was …
Neshoba Central’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ John Harvey and his friends wished for a drama department at Neshoba Central High School for years. Now a senior, Harvey and about 100 other students were ecstatic to be part of the school’s first full length Broadway-like production.
Police hunt for shooting suspect Police are looking for a suspect in a shooting reported Sunday evening on St. Francis Drive which sent two victims with non-life-threatening injuries to a Jackson hospital.
Waltman declared winner by judge James Waltman has been declared the winner in the June 8 alderman-at-large election that incumbent Leroy Clemons challenged.
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The work of the Holy Spirit

Word of what happened with Peter and Cornelius at Caesarea (Acts 10) spread to the Christians in Judea. Peter returned to Jerusalem to give a first-hand report. Peter was Jewish, as was the church in Jerusalem, so he knew an explanation would be necessary. Gentiles were outside the covenants of promise (Ephesians 2) and were unclean. 

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BUCHANAN/Is Ukraine’s war America’s ?

Last week, sources leaked to The New York Times that, in Ukraine’s targeting and killing of Russian generals and the sinking of Russia’s Black Sea flagship, the Moskva, U.S. intelligence played an indispensable role.

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