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As Robert Beck II watched the coronavirus invade state after state in the early months of 2020, the manager of two locations of the family-owned Beck Funeral Homes in Mississippi, wondered if the virus would make its way to his home state. more
Sunday night promises to be “An evening of laughter” as the Neshoba County Baptist Association hosts Dr. Dennis Swanberg known as “America’s Minister of Encouragement.” more
Choctaw Tribal Chief Cyrus Ben had the distinct honor of praying for the State of Mississippi last Thursday at the state’s National Day of Prayer event at the Mississippi Coliseum. more
Even though state band competitions and contests were canceled over the past year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the Neshoba Central Big Blue Band still brought their instruments to school and practiced away as if they were preparing for competitions anyway.  more
Funding to add handicapped-assessable restrooms to the Booker T. Washington gym renovation project is being sought by the Philadelphia Mayor and Board of Alderman. more
COVID-19 cases continue to drop in Neshoba County, with only two new cases and no new deaths reported by the Mississippi State Department of Health as of Tuesday. more
A $2.5 million bid was accepted recently by the Neshoba County School Board to totally renovate restrooms in three buildings at Neshoba Central Elementary School. more
Philadelphia High School graduate Greg Eiland has signed as a free agent with the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League. more
Tribal Chief Cyrus Ben traveled to Jackson last Thursday to Gov. Tate Reeves’ Capitol office to witness the ceremonial signing of House Bill 277, which allows for the state to recognize Tribal more
With less than 30% of Mississippi’s fuel supply coming from the Colonial Pipeline, Gov. Tate Reeves on Tuesday urged citizens not to panic and rush to buy gasoline. more
A passenger vehicle rear-ended a chicken truck in front of Deals on east Main Street Tuesday afternoon. more
Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark has warned residents to be vigilant as several catalytic converters have been reported stolen in the area in the past few weeks. more
Jones College freshman Nia Luckett of Philadelphia was named the NJCAA Division II National Pitcher of the Week for May 2-8. more
Increased patrols are being credited for two arrests almost simultaneously, one for possession of meth, in the Fairview community on the C.C. Camp Road early last week. more
The Neshoba Central High School Chapter of the Mississippi Technology Student Association captured 58 awards in the state TSA competition. They will compete nationally in June. All competitions this year are virtual. more
Law enforcement authorities are trying to locate the owners of two pieces of stolen property recovered from residents who said they bought them online. more
First I would like to thank God for what he did for me on April 27, with the victory in the primaryRuthie Nash seeks election as alderman for Ward 4 more
• James Harold Barnett III, 29, of 4527 Hwy 39 N C11, Meridian; no drivers license, no insurance, simple possession more
Police have charged a teen in connection with a motor vehicle accident that damaged a transformer box at the Northside Park soccer fields last Thursday afternoon. more
Jason Holland of Philadelphia is Mississippi State University-Meridian’s Outstanding Undergraduate Student for the Division of Business for the Spring 2021 semester. more
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