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Ward 2 Alderman Jim Fulton will seek re-election, he announced on Monday. more
A large part of Neshoba County, including the city of Philadelphia, received an estimated 3-4 inches of snow early Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service. more
Flip through our Snowmageddon 2021 gallery of more than 100 photos and growing. A large part of Neshoba County, including the city of Philadelphia, received an estimated 3-4 inches of snow early Monday morning, according to the National Weather Service. more
• James Lee Barnett, 58, of 14569 Hwy 21 S; felony pursuit, failure to yield to emergency vehicle more
Choctaw Indian Princess Elisah Monique Jimmie was in Monday’s snow. more
Multiple felony arrests and more than a dozen DUIs and other citations were issued by Neshoba County Sheriff’s deputies over the New Year’s Eve weekend. more
Ward 4 Alderman Cassie Henson has announced her intention to run for mayor of Philadelphia this summer against incumbent three-term Mayor James A. Young. more
Aldermen continued a public hearing until their first meeting in February concerning uncleaned property at Hardy Tires on Beacon Street. more
Two people announced for aldermen in different wards last week. more
Choctaw Indian Tribal Chief Cyrus Ben served on the state commission which selected the design of the new state flag, chosen out of hundreds of submissions. Voters approved the new state flag in the November. more
The COVID-19 vaccine began being available at the Neshoba County Coliseum on Monday and Tuesday and continues Thursday and Friday, but registration is required. more
A prominent family physician who is accused of firing shots at Sheriff’s deputies was shot and wounded in a standoff Saturday stemming from a domestic disturbance call, the authorities said. more
Philadelphia middle and high school students are enjoying new Macintosh laptop computers issued last month and purchased with federal COVID-19 funds. more
A prominent family physician who is accused of firing shots at Sheriff’s deputies was shot and wounded in a standoff Saturday stemming from a domestic disturbance call, the authorities said. more
The COVID-19 vaccine will be available again at the Neshoba County Coliseum on Thursday and Friday, but registration is required. more
An attempted break-in at a Philadelphia pharmacy early Friday is under investigation. more
Choctaw Tribal Schools will operate using distance learning on Monday due to potential inclement weather conditions including snowfall and ice, officials announced on Facebook Sunday. more
An armed Neshoba County man was shot by law enforcement officers in a standoff Saturday evening that stemmed from a domestic disturbance, the authorities said. more
Tuscaloosa-based Peco Foods announced today that they would be closing the Philadelphia hatchery as one of three Mississippi locations closing. more
Five new deaths attributed to COVID-19 were reported within the last week as Neshoba County also added another 156  positive cases.  more
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