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City street crews are continuing the cleanup from last month’s ice storm. more
Emma Taylor has been named STAR Student for Philadelphia High School for the 2020-2021 school year by the Mississippi Economic Council M. B. Swayze Foundation, more
The Leake Academy Rebelettes captured their sixth Overall State Championship in school history as they defeated Hartfield Academy 39-36 Tuesday night in a game that was in doubt until the final buzzer. 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 retired Philadelphia High School mathematics teacher was fatally injured in a three-car crash on Highway 19 just south of Bethsaida Sunday evening, according to the Mississippi Highway Patrol. more
Vaccination eligibility for any Mississippian 50 years of age or older was announced by Gov. Tate Reeves last week. more
A new mask mandate has been issued for Philadelphia, Mayor James A. Young has announced. more
Country Music legend Marty Stuart will be in Philadelphia on Friday filming his new TV show, which is currently unnamed, according to Adam Lammers, Marty Stuart’s production manager. more
Face coverings are still required on  Tribal lands, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians announced Wednesday. more
I am Ajatha Nichols, I am announcing my candidacy for the position of Alderman, Ward Four. more
• Joseph N Barnett, 28, of 14573 Hwy 21 S; contempt of court more
Two state of emergency declarations were ratified by the Neshoba County Board of Supervisors on Monday during their regular board meeting. more
City and county workers are well into the cleanup process from the February ice storms that brought down powerlines, trees and other debris all over Neshoba County two weeks ago. more
Neshoba County recorded 71 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and three new COVID-19 deaths over the past week, according to statistics released Tuesday by the Mississippi State Department of Health. more
On his way to a funeral Sunday afternoon, Sheriff Eric Clark made a felony drug arrest in the Good Hope community. more
A chalkboard was a classroom staple when Neshoba Central Elementary School teacher Angie Coward began her teaching career. Now more than 21 years later, chalkboards and subsequent dry erase boards have been replaced with Promethean boards.  more
A championship motocross event is set for Saturday at the Neshoba County Coliseum.  more
A Philadelphia man and a juvenile from Meridian are in custody in connection with a pair of break-ins over the weekend. more
A Neshoba County man was arrested late last Tuesday afternoon and was denied bond after he led six deputies on a high-speed chase in which gunshots were fired. more
People who have junk on their properties in Philadelphia may soon be forced to clean it up or face paying a fine. more
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