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If the city of Philadelphia’s financial house is in order, they could be caught up on their financial audits sometime in the first half of 2022. more
JACKSON — Pat Thomasson, CEO of the Thomasson Company in Philadelphia, was named the Mississippi Manufacturers Association's chair of the board on Tuesday, making her the first woman to serve in the position. more
Members of the 2021 Homecoming Court at East Central Community College included (front row, from left) freshman maid Zoey Bell of Philadelphia and escort Dylan Farve of Richton, fr more
• Edgar Poe Barfield, 54, of ½ PO Box 211, Shuqulak; possession of controlled substance more
Choctaw firefighter Bracey Bell was one of 24 members of Firefighter Class 193 of the Mississippi State Fire Academy. more
Marty Stuart will be the recipient of the GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi’s Crossroads of American Music Award at their 2021 a gala in December, it was announced.  more
Trick-or-treating will be held on Saturday, Oct. 30 this year.  more
Neshoba General CEO Lee McCall, Ron Dipalma and Neshoba Central Superintendent Lundy Brantley man the griddles Monday for the Rotary Club’s annual Pancake Supper fundraiser. more
Neshoba County has recorded 32 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Oct. 19 report. more
A man has been arrested in connection with shots fired that left a residence and multiple vehicles riddled with bullets last week. more
T’Kenzley Moore was crowned Philadelphia High School’s Homecoming Queen during halftime ceremonies last Friday night. more
The city of Philadelphia’s debt increased nearly $1 million in Fiscal  2017, according to the last annual audit made available as officials were to have discussed cost-cutting measures Tuesday evening in the wake of a recently exposed backlog of audits.  more
A 2-year-old girl who spent more than 10 hours lost in the woods near her home on Sept. 13 is now in foster care, Sheriff Eric Clark said. more
Whether you are a baseball fan or not, it would be hard not to be a fan of the players in the Diamond Dreams Baseball League. more
Taking the PD’s new K-9 officer to a preschool this week reminded Police Chief Eric Lyons how excited he was about being a policeman at that age. more
Marty Stuart will receive the third annual Crossroads of American Music Award at the GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi’s 2021 Gala in Cleveland at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 1, the museum announced. more
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians will formally unveil a new Choctaw Indian Fair Country Music Trail Marker on Oct. 20. more
Part of the Neshoba County Nursing home will be renovated as officials move forward with a $3 million project that has been in the works for nearly four years. more
A crew was removing a large tree at a residence on Holland Avenue last week. more
The former Booker T. Washington High School building is now on the National Register of Historic Places as of Sept. 2. more
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