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A former Neshoba County resident came across an interesting piece of local history while visiting here last week. more
• Frankie Lee Barnes, 58. of 14302 Road 709 of Little Rock, contempt of court, hold for other agency more
A Philadelphia man is out on bond facing a drug trafficking charge after he was found with more than half a pound of weed during a traffic stop in the county at the end of July. more
Work continues on the milling and overlay of 1.3 miles of Mississippi 19 — or Holland Avenue in the city — at a cost of $715,969.30, according to MDOT.  more
Hannah Stokes of Philadelphia received the coveted Who’s Who in Mississippi award while representing East Central Community College in the Phi Beta Lambda national competition. more
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians has plans to re-open the Golden Moon Hotel & Casino this Friday after being shuttered since March because of the coronavirus pandemic. more
A nearly $80,000 roof repair project at the old U.S. Motors building has been completed by the city. more
A proposed fireworks ordinance was tabled last week after the city attorney recommended changes. more
• Carrie Cervantes, 29, of 1890 Ebeneezer Church Road of Preston, hold for other agencycounty jail docket more
Cade Hall, senior at Neshoba Central and Reid Hall, junior at Neshoba Central, were invited to be a part of Team Mississippi and represented our state in the 17u Dixie Pre-Major World Series in Guntersville,Ala. more
The Philadelphia Main Street organization was among 46 similar organizations across the state to be re-accredited by the National Main Street Center. more
A Philadelphia man was fatally injured on July 22 when the log truck he was diving left the road and struck a tree on Highway 80 near Forest, the authorities said. more
A Philadelphia teenager has been charged in the shooting of another teen on Martin Luther King Drive Friday evening. more
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians was recently awarded a grant from First Nations Development Institute in the amount of $15,000. more
The three Neshoba County employees who pleaded guilty to embezzling taxpayer monies in 2016 paid approximately $57,000 in restitution last fiscal year, according to the annual exemptions report issueed by State Auditor Shad White. more
Jane Dees Crosswhite was elected to The Citizen Bank’s board of directors, it was announced.  more
Three men were indicted on statutory rape charges by a Neshoba County grand jury in July. more
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians has announced plans to re-open the Golden Moon Hotel & Casino next Friday after being shuttered since March because of the coronavirus pandemic.  more
A Philadelphia teenager was murdered Friday afternoon and another teen was charged. more
Neshoba Central students under a strict “Return-to-School” plan head to class today (Wednesday) for the first time in nearly six months after the COVID-19 pandemic abruptly ended school in March. more
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