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The city will proceed with a $1.5 million bond issue aimed at addressing infrastructure projects minus the Marty Stuart center. more
CHOCTAW — An Indian Health Service critical response team is on hand to work with local medical staff at Choctaw Health Center in the continued battle against COVID-19 on the Reservation. more
Recognizing the struggle with racism is not dead and must be continually fought, United Methodist Bishop James E. Swanson, Sr., told those gathered to memorialize three young men who were murdered here 56 years ago this past Sunday registering blacks vote that “the upheaval we are experiencing today is telling us something.” more
A complaint about how Philadelphia High School selected its valedictorian this year was brought to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen last week by organizers of the Black Lives Matter protests. more
The Philadelphia man accused of robbing the Pow Wow at gunpoint early last Wednesday morning was out on bond awaiting grand jury in a 2019 house burglary while the owners were at the Neshoba County Fair. more
The Philadelphia man accused of robbing the Pow Wow at gunpoint early Wednesday morning has a history of house burglaries. Lakez Deon Greer, 21, of 251 Kelly Street, turned himself in to … more
The annual service memorializing three young men murdered here registering blacks to vote 56 years ago Sunday will be led by the Bishop of the United Methodist Church of Mississippi outside of the … more
A Philadelphia man whose teenage son was murdered in March is in custody following a police chase early Sunday morning. Jeremiah Hathorn, 43, of Philadelphia was charged with felony fleeing and … more
A log truck overturned in the middle of the Beacon Street near Old Mexico early Monday morning rerouting traffic for almost seven hours. Detective Bobby Pattillo was not on the scene but said that … more
• Kyler Coleman, 21, of 601 Windstar Avenue, hold for investigations • Bryant Grays, 35, of Road 428, hold for investigations, attempted murder, possession of controlled substance, … more
A Neshoba County man has been charged with attempted murder after allegedly shooting his brother with a modified shotgun last week following a family dispute in the Good Hope community. Bryant … more
While the number of new coronavirus cases has fallen over the last two weeks in Neshoba County, per capita the county leads in the number of cases and deaths. Statewide, while the number of cases … more
A community discussion on "leadership, issues, and progressive measures for the future" will be led by The Black Empowerment Organization of Philadelphia-Neshoba County — which had previously … more
Lena John Denson, a former First Lady of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, died as a result of the COVID-19 virus, the Tribe announced last week. She was 70. Denson, the wife of former Miko … more
Graduation for Choctaw Central High School's Class of 2020 was held in a different setting from years past because of the coronavirus pandemic. But the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians under … more
Cows grazed in the distance as the sun set behind the big, portable drive-in movie screen set up in a pasture at the Beason Family Farm Friday night. Neshoba Central JROTC presented the colors, … more
Tribal Chief Phillip Martin will likely face challenger Beasley Denson in a run-off election, unofficial returns from Tuesday's Tribal elections showed. With eight of eight tribal communities … more
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