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The Choctaw Health Center is holding a COVID-19 Vaccine Drive from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, March 26 at the Silver Star Convention Center for all CHC eligible users and employees of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Tribal Government, Enterprises and Pearl River Resort. more
• Douglas Clemons, 22, of 880 Valley View; resisting arrest, possession of marijuana-1st offense more
After a nearly 20 year absence, the Miss Black Neshoba County Pageant is poised to make a return bringing new energy, a different format and high expectations, organizers say. more
Aldermen placed $142,472 in the Street Department to reflect Internet tax receipts. more
A million COVID-19 vaccinations had been administered as of Monday,  Gov. Tate Reeves announced, and 7,066 were in Neshoba County, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Tuesday COVID-19 report. more
The stickup of a juvenile walking on a rural Neshoba County road by three armed men in a pickup is under investigation. more
An effort to provide Easter baskets for foster children in Neshoba County came together quickly with an overwhelming response, said the organizer, a foster parent who adopted a child who is now her daughter. more
Driving the Tribe’s new $1.5 million aerial ladder truck is much easier than a smaller truck they retired, says Sgt. Marco Patrick of the Choctaw Fire Department. more
Numerous downed trees and power lines were reported Tuesday afternoon in Philadelphia after a line of strong, gusty winds and rain moved through with severe weather forecast for Thursday. more
The search for a Kemper County man whose vehicle was found abandoned in Neshoba County in January was stepped up Sunday when tracking dogs were brought in. more
Pearl River Resort is moving to Phase 2 of the resorts’ COVID-19 reopening plan, easing certain restrictions related to the COVID 19 pandemic effective last Friday. more
More witnesses were questioned last week in the Dec. 28 shooting death of 22-year-old Xenthirues Maxfield, Philadelphia Police said. more
Police now have surveillance footage and are asking for the public's help identifying a suspect in a weekend auto burglary at a downtown cafe and nightclub in which two purses were taken. more
• Kenneth H Barnett, 60, of 10051 Rd 1509; disturbance of family, simple assault more
Neshoba County Agriculture Agent Austin Ainsworth informed the Neshoba County Board of Supervisors that he has turned in his resignation to the Mississippi State Extension Service. more
Philadelphia police officers said they are working to curtail the use of ATVs and non-street-legal vehicles in the city limits. more
Representatives from local industries got a chance to meet members of their future workforce Friday during the third Neshoba County Manufacturing Day. more
A prominent family physician wounded in a shootout with law enforcement last month got out of the hospital last week, turned himself in on a string of charges that included six counts of assault on a police officer and is out on a $1.1 million bond. more
COVID-19 vaccinations are now available to all Mississippians age 16 and older after Gov. Tate Reeves relaxed restrictions effective Tuesday. more
Erdis Chaney started as a proof operator at The Citizens Bank 52 years ago, but working with customers was the best part of her long career. more
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