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A 2-year-old girl is safe at home after spending more than 10 hours lost in the woods Monday. more
Neshoba County recorded 152 new COVID-19 cases and seven new deaths in the past week, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Sept. 14 report. more
Consolidating voting precincts was brought before the Board of Supervisors last week. more
The Board of Supervisors adopted a $19 million 2022 budget during their regular meeting last week. more
Government benefits individuals have been receiving to stay at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, among other things, are being blamed for erratic garbage pickup in Philadelphia. more
Students at the Philadelphia/Neshoba County Career Technical Center spent last week learning Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation from members of the Philadelphia Fire Department and now all 120 of the students who took the class are certified in CPR. more
A proposed 1-mill city tax increase to fund an $11 million 2022 budget including pay raises was proposed at a public hearing Wednesday no one attended. more
Philadelphia native Tyler Burkes Threadgill, a former Mississippi State University and Philadelphia High School football standout, died Sunday morning in a Birmingham hospital after battling COVID-19. He was 36. more
As the nation paused last week for the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, students at the Philadelphia/Neshoba County Career Technical Center put up a banner proclaiming “We Remember Sept. 11, 2001.” more
Brady J. Stewart is being remembered as a loving father and husband after a fatal early-morning crash Tuesday on Highway 19 between Philadelphia and Tucker. more
Authorities are investigating the death of Neshoba County Detention Center inmate Piotr James Gullett, 27, of Starkville who was found unresponsive in his cell and later pronounced dead Saturday evening, Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark said. more
Delana Waddell's class at the Vo-Tech center hung a 20th anniversary 9/11 remembrance sign to honor those who died during the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. more
Here is how Neshoba County area prep football teams fared Friday night: more
A nearly $3 million bid was accepted by the Neshoba County School Board for additional new heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, new windows and exterior doors and additional restroom upgrades as the second of a three-phrase major renovation project, which spans campus-wide. more
• Johnny Abel, 61, of 14951 Hwy 19 S; indictment more
Pearl River Elementary School is getting a new parking lot. more
City and county authorities said a storm last Wednesday evening that rolled through Neshoba County knocked down tree limbs and caused power outages. more
A high-speed pursuit from Kemper County ended in the arrest of a Philadelphia man at the city limits last week when deputies deployed spikes, a testament to “well-trained deputies that work hard to protect our communities,” Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark said. more
Neshoba County recorded 181 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths in the past week, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Sep. 7 report. more
Neshoba Central Elementary School was filled with patriotism last week when U.S. Marine Austin Anderson surprised his little sister, third-grader Hallie Anderson, after he returned from finishing boot camp at the end of August. more
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