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The Choctaw Indian Fair is back with its 71st edition July 14-17 with the theme “The Choctaw Spirit Lives On.” more
Neshoba County’s unemployment rate went up three-tenths of a point during March, according to numbers from the Mississippi Employment Security Commission. more
Neshoba County recorded only 15 new cases of COVID-19 and no new deaths over the past week. more
An Entertainment District approved a decade ago offers new or existing businesses tax incentives if they expanded or build, but so far no one has used the program, according to the Mississippi Tax Commission.  more
Faith Shumaker was named 2022 Distinguished Young Woman of Neshoba County on Saturday during the annual program which was held at the Neshoba Central Elementary Auditorium. more
Philadelphia’s Talease Griffin was officially accepted into the United States Naval Academy on April 16 after receiving a nomination from U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith and U.S. Rep. Michael Guest in January. more
City officials are continuing to fine the owner of a tire business after they visited the property last week and determined more work needs to be done. more
Ruthie Nash defeated Ajatha Nichols by eight votes in the runoff election for the Democrat nomination for the Ward 4 alderman post, according to unofficial returns. more
Philadelphia voters in Ward 4 will go to the polls Tuesday, April 27 to decide a runoff election for who will represent the Democrat Party for the seat in the June 8 general election. more
A two-vehicle wreck backed up traffic on Highway 16 just before the Pearl River Resort on the way out of town for about an hour on Thursday evening. more
Emma Taylor was called to the principal’s office last week. more
May 2. Homecoming  Salem Baptist Church, Kemper County. Services begin at 10:45 with pot-luck lunch to follow. Pastor: Rev Alan Hawkins  more
Following the completion of Joint Preliminary Damage Assessments, the State of Mississippi has requested a Major Disaster Declaration for Public Assistance following the February 11-19, 2021 more
• Scottie Bell, 40, of 117 Indian Hills Cir; hold for other agency more
East Central Community College will hold two on-campus Commencement ceremonies Friday, May 7. more
4-H and FFA students from across Mississippi recently participated in the Dixie National Junior Round-Up Livestock Shows at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds competing for the opportunity to more
An event where men and women who have been set free by the Gospel of Christ through recovery will share their experience on May 22. more
Total vaccinations given in Neshoba County are nearing 10,000 as COVID-19 cases continue to decline.  more
Transitioning to a statewide wireless network for communications will be a “game-changer” for deputies, Sheriff Eric Clark said, after the Board of Supervisors on Monday approved his request during a regular meeting. more
Distributing groceries to the needy one afternoon last week through a local food ministry was a way for Philadelphia Police officers and personnel to give back to the community, Police Chief Eric Lyons said. more
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