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Children bounced on space jumps, enjoyed free food and face paintings, played basketball with police officers, and got school supplies for the upcoming school year Saturday in a bash put on by the Philadelphia Police Department at Northside Park. more
A long-awaited streets paving project is underway in Philadelphia. more
Horse racing was canceled Monday for the first time in at least two decades due to heavy rains leaving dangerous and muddy conditions on the race track, a Neshoba County Fair racing official said, as Mississippi’s Giant Houseparty continues through Friday. more
All guests and employees of Pearl River Resort and Bok Homa Casino are temporarily required to wear face coverings, Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians officials said. more
An early-morning traffic stop near Williamsville last Thursday led to the arrest of a man on marijuana,  firearm and traffic charges. more
A Madison County man has been arrested and charged in connection with the theft of a vehicle from one of the casinos on Friday, Neshoba County Sheriff’s officials said. more
• Joseph Beard, 26, of 245 Cora St; carry concealed weapon-gun more
A Union man wanted on burglary charges was in the process of allegedly using fentanyl at a convenient store here when he was arrested on Friday. more
Philadelphia’s Landry Payne took the stage representing Neshoba County in the 2021 Miss Hospitality competition last week and placed fourth alternate overall.  more
East Central Community College invites all alumni, students and friends to attend EC Day at the Fair Monday, July 26 during the annual Neshoba County Fair. more
Faith Shumaker, Distinguished Young Woman of Neshoba County, will be one of 29 Mississippi high school seniors competing for more than $28,900 in college scholarships when the 2022 Distinguished Young Women of Mississippi Program gets underway Thursday in Meridian. more
A man found unconscious in a vehicle in a ditch in west Philadelphia early Monday morning had been shot, the authorities said.  more
An early-morning traffic stop at Williamsville led to the arrest of two women and a man on meth and other charges last week, officials said. more
A woman accused of stealing a pickup truck being unloaded at a cabin on the Neshoba County Fairgrounds last Tuesday is out on Bond. more
Due to anticipated traffic congestion in the Neshoba County Fairgrounds from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. on Thursday, July 22, a valid, properly-placed parking permit will be required to enter, it was announced by the Fair Board. more
When Shemah Ladania Crosby was announced as the new Choctaw Indian Princess last week, she didn’t understand her name had been called. more
Philadelphia’s own Country Music Award-nominated singer-songwriter Hardy is headed home to headline this year’s Neshoba County Fair and just about everyone expects his performance to be a highlight of this year’s gathering. more
The Philadelphia Police Department will host a Back to School Bash and distribute school supplies on Saturday at Northside Park. more
Discussing the positive and negative effects of digital communication in schools landed Neshoba Central rising junior Spencer Rea second place in a state competition.  more
Thirteen contestants will compete for the title of Miss Neshoba County Fair on Monday night at the Neshoba County Fair. more
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