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A Neshoba County man has been booked in Picayune on charges of making terroristic threats. more
Voters from six communities of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians (MBC) went to the polls Tuesday to decide who will represent them on the Tribal Council. more
Lisa Clark, choral director at Madison Central High, was recently presented the Ernestine Ferrell Award for Excellence in Choral Music by the Mississippi Chapter of American Choral Directors Association. more
Neshoba County recorded its first COVID-19 death since May 19 last week as overall COVID-19 cases have decreased in the county with eight new cases reported over the past week, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Tuesday COVID-19 report.  more
• Michael Bryant, 29, of 11633 Rd 383; rape-assault with intent to ravish more
The Board of Supervisors during their regular meeting on Monday approved a six-month service subscription with Covert Cameras for the sheriff’s department at a cost of $264.  more
Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark is reminding people who are traveling in the southwest part of Neshoba County that the Road 210 bridge may be reopened but it has a 3-ton weight limit. more
A Sunday night traffic stop on Highway 16 west netted three meth arrests. more
If you are using Highway 19 south to enter or exit Philadelphia, you might add 10 minutes or so to your trip. more
Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever you had formed the earth and the world, from everlasting to everlasting you are God. more
PHILADELPHIA — Melisha Hancock will not have any trouble finding her way around as she takes over as principal at Philadelphia Elementary School. more
A Union woman was caught with a felony amount of methamphetamine while going through a roadblock over the weekend, the authorities said. more
Philadelphia High School Class of 1953 held its 68th class reunion at Lake Tiak-O’Khata May 14-16. more
An undisclosed developer considering a hotel project in downtown Philadelphia asked for and received the city’s support last week. more
A Louisville man was arrested with felony amounts of methamphetamine, marijuana, cocaine and hydrocodone following a traffic stop Friday morning, officials said. more
Demolition of the old Neshoba Central High School began last week and is scheduled to be completed by the end of July. more
After working all day as an X-ray tech at Laird Hospital in Union, Kathy Rickles retreats to her 92.5 acre High Hill Ranch in Neshoba County to tend her 25 goats producing milk for the hand-made products she sells.  more
Incumbent alderman Fulton wins re-election, Clemons out, Tatum, Seales in
James A. Young (D) Incumbent 62% | 819 votes
Leo E. Renaldo (R) 38% | 504 votes
James Carson Waltman (R) 50% | 670 votes
Leroy Clemons (D) Incumbent 50% | 669 votes
Some roof damage was reported to structures in the northeastern part of the county Monday during a bout of severe weather, but no injuries were reported. more
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