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Choctaw Indian Princess Elisah Monique Jimmie has stayed busy the last couple of weeks promoting the 71st Choctaw Indian Fair, but as her reign comes to an end, she says it has been a dream come true. more
Two Neshoba County residents face arson charges in connection to a June 26 house fire near Bond, officials said. more
Entry forms, entry tags and exhibitor numbers for the Neshoba County Fair Exhibit Hall are available at the Mississippi State University Extension Service’s Neshoba County office in the Neshoba County Coliseum. more
The World Series Stickball Championship Opening Ceremonies and exhibition matches will be held tonight at Pearl River Resort. more
The 71st Choctaw Indian Fair is set to open with the Choctaw Indian Princess Pageant on Wednesday, July 14 at 7:00 p.m. at the Main Stage. Thirteen beautiful young Chahta Ohoyos (Choctaw women) compete for the honor of becoming the 66th Choctaw Indian Princess. The pageant is scheduled to begin after the opening ceremonies hosted by Tribal Chief Cyrus Ben at 6:00 p.m. more
We are going to leave our study in the book of Acts this week to look at this psalm. This is a psalm of ascents, which means it was likely sung by Israelites as they neared Jerusalem on their way up to worship the Lord at an annual feast, such as Passover. more
East Central Community College in Decatur will return to normal operations beginning with the Fall 2021 Semester. This include the return to a full schedule of traditional in-person classes, open … more
COVID-19 cases increased slightly over the past week in Neshoba County as 22 new cases and no new deaths were recorded, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Tuesday report.  more
The Heart O’ Dixie Triathlon is set for July 24 during the Neshoba County Fair. more
JULY 11, 1941 Arwilma Thrash, 19 year old 4-H Club member from the Bloomo Community, was elected Governor of the annual 4-H Club Camp held at Choctaw Lake. A total of 101 boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 21 attended the camp. more
Before being sworn in for his fourth term last Wednesday, Mayor James A. Young reflected on how work in city government touches the lives of the people of Philadelphia every day. more
Radio communication issues are a thing of the past, Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark declared after new radios providing more robust and dependable service were installed last week. more
Greg Eiland is back in Philadelphia for most of July after spending the past couple of months working out with the Seattle Seahawks of the NFL. more
A traffic stop one night last week on County Road 2426 netted three drug arrests and what authorities referred to as “a considerable amount” of crystal methamphetamine. more
OMAHA, Nebraska – Plenty of Neshoba countians were on hand to see Mississippi State baseball win the team’s first-ever national title after dominating Vanderbilt in the … more
A Philadelphia man has been charged in connection with a pair of break-ins reported at a Beacon Street beauty salon in June. more
Mississippi State’s historic College World Series baseball championship will be a high watermark in Bulldog lore from now on and Philadelphia's own Brooks Bryan was there. more
A break-in at a Beacon Street salon last weekend is being investigated by Philadelphia Police. more
Leroy Clemons has filed a formal appeal in the alderman-at-large race he lost by one vote as municipal officials were sworn in today. more
Policies and procedures regarding the transporting of prisoners will be tightened up by Philadelphia Police after a man escaped custody on the way into jail last week. more
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