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In compliance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Choctaw Health Center COVID-19 guidelines, Pearl River Resort has updated its mask policy. more
A felon who allegedly traded gunfire with Neshoba County Sheriff’s deputies has been released from the hospital and taken to jail, Sheriff Eric Clark said. more
• Patrick Barnett, 31, of 10200 Hwy 491 N 3; hold for investigations more
In honor of Memorial Day, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians held the Memorial Laying of the Wreath Ceremony last Friday at the Choctaw Veterans Memorial. more
Unemployment rates jumped throughout the nation from April a year ago. The COVID-19 Pandemic forced businesses and industries to close and send their employees home to avoid infection.  more
Sheriff’s deputies are searching for a suspect caught by a surveillance camera in connection with a car burglary at a local church. more
The Highway 19 south bridge replacement near Neshoba General began on May 26 for a scheduled two months. more
COVID-19 cases have risen slightly in Neshoba County over the past week, with 14 new cases reported, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health.  more
A Preston man wanted by MDOC on a sale of cocaine charge led Philadelphia Police on a high-speed chase through the city one evening last week. more
Philadelphia voters will go to the polls Tuesday to decide who the mayor and board of aldermen will be for the next four years. more
Police are investigating three separate shooting incidents reported in the city last week and over the long weekend, two of which officials said may be related. more
Two Neshoba Central High Schoool students recently combined their passions to win first place statewide creating their own board game, Flowers and Thorns. more
Remember those who gave their lives while serving in the military and defending the United States during a time of war. more
A subject caught by a surveillance camera is being sought in a church burglary. more
Police are investigating a one-vehicle wreck in which a driver ran the vehicle into a building on Beacon Street Wednesday afternoon. more
Four local students have received $4,000 scholarships from The Yates Companies, Inc. more
Philadelphia’s tornado warning sirens are outdated and need to be replaced, emergency officials told the Philadelphia Mayor and Board of Aldermen recently. more
I, Shaun Seales, am officially announcing my candidacy for Alderman of Ward 4 in the city of Philadelphia, Mississippi.  more
Longtime Ward 2 Alderman Jim Fulton formally announced his candidacy for reelection this week, citing his dedication to the city and his eight years of experience. more
Philadelphia High School’s class of 2021 came together for the final time Thursday evening during graduation services which were held at the Neshoba County Coliseum. more
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