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Ham Jam 2021 has been canceled, it was announced late Tuesday. more
A shortage of medical personnel, not hospital beds, is causing Mississippi’s current COVID-19 crisis, Gov. Tate Reeve said today in urging Mississippians not to panic as he enumerated steps the state is taking to maintain public health, including asking other states and even the federal government for doctors and nurses. more
• Dustin Alexander, 37, of 13986 Chunky Duffee Rd, Union; probation violation more
Gabriel “Butch” Billie has been named the Tribe's new Director of Public Safety, Choctaw Indian Tribal Chief Cyrus Ben announced. more
Traffic is flowing more smoothly for people using Highway 19 south to enter or exit Philadelphia after the Mississippi Department of Transportation completed work to replace a bridge there late last week. more
Philadelphia police said they expect more arrests to be made in connection to the Aug. 2 arrest of an ex-Yazoo City police officer here on rape-assault and kidnapping charges. more
The Philadelphia Mayor and Board of Aldermen will begin working on the Fiscal Year 2021-2022 budget with the board’s first budget meeting at 5 p.m. Monday, Aug. 16. more
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians will celebrate Nanih Waiya Day in honor of one of the Tribe’s most important landmarks with a Thursday morning prayer ceremony and a Friday holiday for Tribal employees and offices. more
Peyton Manning, left, one of the NFL’s most decorated players, was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Sunday evening. more
The three former Neshoba County employees who pleaded guilty to embezzling taxpayer monies in 2016 paid approximately $25,800 in restitution last fiscal year, according to the annual exemptions report issued by State Auditor Shad White. more
A horse set a new mile record during the races at the 2021 Neshoba County Fair. more
Viking Metals is a solution to a problem Barry Clark was having with his construction business. more
The city and county schools have imposed mask mandates as COVID-19 cases countywide have risen nearly 10 percent this week, the latest figures released today show. more
Due to the "overwhelming response" with their COVID-19 drive-thru testing site, Neshoba General is asking individuals not to call for results that can take up to four hours. more
Austin Davis, 22, of 1439 Myrieville Road, Yazoo City, was arrested by Philadelphia police and charged with kidnapping and rape-assault with intent to ravish. more
A mask mandate was issued late Sunday by the Neshoba County School District. more
Traffic is flowing more smoothly Saturday morning for people using Highway 19 south to enter or exit Philadelphia. more
A traffic stop on Posey Avenue on Sunday led to the arrest of a Meridian man with a felony amount of prescription medication, illegal drugs and a stolen firearm, officials said. more
Police are investigating a wreck that occurred on Ivy Street involving a passenger vehicle and a train that sent one juvenile passenger to the hospital earlier this week. more
An early morning traffic stop on July 25 near the intersection of Highway 21S and County Road 365, led to the arrest of a Philadelphia man on drug charges, Sheriff Eric Clark said. more
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