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Teachers at Philadelphia Elementary School are looking for ways to make reading more fun in hopes of raising comprehension, fluency and test scores. more
Work began on a $356,331 job to replace the St. Francis Drive bridge at Holland Avenue Monday. more
Work is expected to begin in the next couple of months on the renovation of the old Booker T. Washington gym. more
COVID-19 vaccinations are now available to all Mississippians age 16 and older after Gov. Tate Reeves relaxed restrictions effective Tuesday. more
Marijuana, cocaine and drunk driving charges, including a stolen firearm, are among the charges two Philadelphia residents face as the result of a safety checkpoint Saturday just north of town. more
A weekend auto burglary at a downtown cafe and nightclub is under investigation. more
A boater missing on the Pearl River south of Burnside was located early Sunday morning, the authorities said. more
A Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians COVID-19 memorial was unveiled Friday at Lake Pushmataha. more
A man suspected of stealing more than $300,000 worth of property from Neshoba and at least seven other counties has been arrested in Scott County. Moses Jerome McLaurin was arrested at his Scott … more
A prominent family physician who is accused of firing shots at Neshoba County Sheriff’s deputies and was sent to the hospital in a January standoff turned himself in and bonded out Tuesday afternoon. more
• Johnny Abel, 61, of 14951 Hwy 19 S; possession of firearm by convicted felon more
Hello, my name is Ruthie (Lady) Nash. I am married to Rev. Norman Nash and we have one son and many grandchildren.  more
The tornado sirens that sounded Tuesday morning were being serviced in preparation for the severe weather season, officials said. more
A new spec building in the Industrial Park is being built with hopes of creating new jobs. more
Philadelphia Public School District installed 175 ultraviolet lights to help prevent COVID-19. more
2019-2021 Choctaw Indian Princess Elisah Monique Jimmie visited Tucker Elementary and read to students as part of Dr. Seuss Week at the school. more
Philadelphia Mayor James A. Young said he misspoke last week in issuing a new mask mandate for Philadelphia after the governor lifted the state mandate. more
A man and a woman pleaded guilty to manslaughter last week in connection with the Hope pond murder last year. more
Barbara Ann Mowdy, who spent nearly nearly four decades as an educator, — more than two of them as a math instructor at Philadelphia High School — will be laid to rest this afternoon following a fatal car crash Sunday evening.  more
Instructor Sedera Anderson can’t wait to experience and to teach the new technology that’s coming with the Neshoba Central High School Innovation Lab this spring. more
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