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Philadelphia police are investigating lewd graffiti painted one of the concession stands at Northside Park. more
Mask orders related to the COVID-19 pandemic were lifted by Gov. Tate Reeves on Tuesday but encouraged leaving them in effect for K-12 schools. more
Three area teams are contending in the MHSAA semifinals at the Mississippi Coliseum continuing today. more
State officials will be offering 500 first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday, March 2, at the Neshoba County Coliseum, officials said. more
Philadelphia Police have a local man and a juvenile from Meridian in custody in connection with a pair of break-ins reported over the weekend. more
A woman and two children who were Tribal members from Leake County died Wednesday night when a man suspected of being drunk was going the wrong way on Mississippi 25 near Flowood. more
A groundbreaking ceremony was held for a new Choctaw Health Center drive-through on Wednesday. more
Central Electric was working to restore power to the last 215 customers on Thursday after two winter storms left most of the county dark last week. more
As the lights flicker back on following winter storms that left 70% of the county without power last week, Neshoba countians are beginning to feel some return to normalcy.  more
A Neshoba County man was arrested late Tuesday afternoon after a high-speed chase with six Sheriff’s deputies in which gunshots were fired. more
• John W Bell, 30, of 2577 Albo Stamper Rd, Conehatta; failure to appear X2, contempt of court more
Pearl River Teen Center is proud to announce Hannah Charlie as this year’s Youth of the Year candidate for the Boys and Girls Club of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians organization. more
My name is James (Carson) Waltman and I am announcing my candidacy for the position of Alderman-at-Large for the City of Philadelphia as a conservative Republican.  more
To the citizens of Philadelphia, thanks for your support over the past 12 years.  more
Neshoba County reported 34 confirmed COVID-19 cases and one death last week, according to statistics release Tuesday by the Mississippi State Department of Heath. more
A former vice chief of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and his wife pleaded guilty on Feb. 12 in federal court to federal conspiracy and money laundering charges. more
Countless stories of first responders and volunteers jumping into action have arisen from last week’s winter storm that left most of the county without power and roadways either blocked or iced over. more
Anyone with outstanding fees with the Philadelphia Municipal Court has until the end of March to take advantage of the city’s amnesty program. more
A bill that would allow members of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians to use Tribal identification cards like a state-issued ID card is working its way through the Mississippi Legislature. more
Things are getting back to normal at the Neshoba County Emergency Operations Center after last week’s ice storms that at one point left most of Neshoba County without power. more
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