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Six-year-old Dade Madison had a very special birthday this past weekend as tractor-trailer trucks roared past his home honking their air horns.  more
The Silver Star Casino at Pearl River Resort will reopen to the public on Friday, Aug. 28 at noon, it was announced. Upon reopening, guests can once again enjoy dining options at The Bakery, Stats … more
Two Neshoba Central FFA members were elected to the MS FFA State Officer team.  more
• Devin A. Amos, 34, of 104 Russell Street, Union, driving under the influence other substance, no proof of insurance more
Choctaw Fresh Produce has stepped up to serve the community during the COVID-19 pandemic by delivering over 4,000 pounds of organic produce to Tribal members who were in quarantine. more
Two men were arrested and charged after being caught with an all-terrain vehicle taken from Winston County, the authorities said. more
Sheriff’s deputies arrested two Union men on meth charges following a raid last week at a residence in the Linwood community. more
The Board of Supervisors approved a proposed $15.4 million county budget during their Monday meeting. more
Former Philadelphia Mayor Rayburn Waddell died Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020. He was 78. more
Pearl River Resort President and CEO Sonny Johnson stands ready to welcome guests back to the Golden Moon as they pass by the automatic temperature scanner Friday. more
Neshoba County Sheriff’s deputies are on the lookout for two individuals in connection with multiple traffic violations including felony fleeing in the Linwood and House communities. more
A Jack’s fast-food restaurant is under construction on Beacon Street just west of Walmart.  more
Neshoba County native and Grammy Award winner Marty Stuart said he was caught by surprise last week when it was announced he was going into the Country Music Hall of Fame. more
Six students in the Neshoba County Schools have tested positive for the COVID-19  virus since classes resumed two weeks ago, Superintendent Dr. Lundy Brantley said on Tuesday. more
Mississippi civil rights and political icon Charles Evers who died last month began his radio career at Philadelphia’s WHOC in the 1950s while working in his family-run funeral home business. Evers died July 22. He was 97. more
Neshoba County’s COVID-19 infection rate is climbing again, according to data from The New York Times more
A public hearing to determine what to do about a dilapidated house in the Historic District on the corner of Holland and Jefferson that’s been an issue for decades has been set for Sept. 1 by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen. more
Retired Court of Appeals Judge Larry E. Roberts of Meridian has been appointed to assist the 8th Circuit Court of Leake, Neshoba, Newton and Scott counties in handling the backlog of cases that have resulted from delays caused by COVID-19, Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice Mike Randolph announced last Tuesday. more
Work continues on a $11.7 million project to replace five bridges on Mississippi 19 at Tucker as part of the four-laning from House into town.  more
A Neshoba County man says his grandson was sent home from Neshoba Central Elementary this week because a classmate was diagnosed with COVID-19. more
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