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A Kilmichael man was arrested and charged with about a half pound of weed and dealing at a safety checkpoint Sunday evening, the authorities said. more
A Union man is back in custody on meth charges after his release a few weeks ago in connection with stolen property last year, the authorities said. more
Sheriff’s deputies netted two arrests following a high-speed chase that started on Mississippi 16 west, wound through the Choctaw Indian Reservation and ended in the Tractor Supply Parking lot, the authorities said. more
A man is in custody after he was caught with drugs, cash, a firearm and other drug paraphernalia in a traffic stop Monday on Highway 482. more
James Carson Waltman’s win narrowed to one vote over Leroy Clemons in the alderman-at-large race, election results certified Friday afternoon show more
Two Union men were arrested with forged checks at one of the casino parking lots on Mississippi 16 Tuesday after deputies received reports of suspicious activity. more
A disturbance call on Road 298 led to the arrest of two out-of-towners on felony drug charges on Tuesday. more
MERIDIAN – Today, Rush Health Systems (Rush) and Ochsner Health (Ochsner) announced the signing of a shared mission agreement for Rush to merge with Ochsner, expected to be finalized in mid-2022. more
A local man was caught with drugs and paraphernalia when he was pulled over for reckless driving last Saturday evening. more
Incumbent Ward 2 Republican Alderman Jim Fulton won re-election to a third term with 299 votes, or 83%, defeating a challenge from Democrat Mangold Washington III with 57 votes, or 16% last Tuesday night. more
• Jessie Battle, 32, of 10840 Road 454, failure to appear more
Neshoba County recorded zero cases of COVID-19 and no deaths this past week, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Tuesday COVID-19 report.  more
A retired United Methodist minister and civil rights leader will headline the annual Mt. Zion memorial service for three young men murdered here by the Ku Klux Klan 57 years ago registering blacks to vote. more
Incumbent Democrat Alderman-at-Large Leroy Clemons will challenge his two-vote loss to Republican James Carson Waltman, he reaffirmed this week. more
Steve Ponds presents a check in the amount of $2,700 from Pearl River Outdoors to support the Fallen Veterans Monument in Dewitt DeWeese Park. more
Mayor James A. Young says he’s energized and ready to roll up his sleeves and get more things done as he enters a fourth term. more
County deputies and city police seized firearms, a felony amount of marijuana and more than $3,000 in cash in a drug raid that netted two arrests on the evening of June 8. more
If you could go back in time and provide crucial information to your past self, what would it be? more
Nicholas Alexander Walker was homeless more than a decade ago, no car, no job and eating out of dumpsters around the Wendy’s in Carthage when he found a discarded Bible. more
A Maben man is being held in connection with the investigation of a car burglary reported at one of the casinos Friday afternoon. more
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