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Desmond Johnson came home from west Texas to start Neshoba Delivery, a service that delivers just about anything — this following a national trend fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Wanda Barrett retired from Wells Lamont in July after 51 years of service. more
Philadelphia Police arrests were down nearly half in June, but the cost for holding prisoners dropped nearly $10,000 after a move to Winston County. more
• Gregory Anton Clemons, 25, of 3197 Luke Rd of Preston, burglary – commercial building x2 more
Neshoba Central’s Derek Huffman received a pleasant surprise last week when he was named Mississippi’s Outstanding Early Career Technical Education Teacher of the Year by the National Association of Agricultural Educators. more
The Philadelphia Mayor and Board of Aldermen voted to proceed with a infrastructure bond issue during its regular meeting last Tuesday. more
An investigation into the theft of five riding lawn mowers in the past 10 days is underway by Neshoba County Sheriff's deputies and aw enforcement in two adjoining counties.   Neshoba … more
Chief Cyrus Ben of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians is one of eight other Mississippians tapped to help design a new flag for the state of Mississippi.  more
Philadelphia native Ab DeWeese Jr., would normally be here for the Neshoba County Fair this week, but the very thing that cancelled Mississippi’s Giant Houseparty for only the second time since World War II has thrust him into developing equipment that disinfects masks needed to combat the COVD-19 pandemic. more
The city spent $2,300 in June to keep its prisoners in the Winston County jail, Mayor James A. Young reported to aldermen last week. more
Neshoba County went nearly one full week without reporting a death from COVID-19 until Tuesday afternoon when the Mississippi Department of Health attributed one of the 42 state deaths to the county. more
Philadelphia’s state sales tax rebate numbers are up again for the second month while many municipalities across the state were down because of the coronavirus pandemic. more
County supervisors voted to add $10,000 to the Philadelphia-Neshoba County Park Commission budget to help it get through the remainder of the 2020 fiscal year which ends in October. more
County supervisors voted to add $10,000 to the Philadelphia-Neshoba County Park Commission budget to help it get through the remainder of the 2020 fiscal year which ends in October. more
The city of Philadelphia is putting a lot of money into the roof repair project at the old U.S, Motors building, Alderman-at-Large Leroy Clemons pointed out two weeks ago. more
When we are in a personal crisis we often cry out to the Lord. When you are needy, and have no one to help, what else can you do? Needy people, who call upon him, are precisely those whom God helps. The Lord can help you with temporal concerns and supply the spiritual necessities you require to sustain you in difficulty. Your cry is not unheard. more
• Jamie Abel, 42, of 368 Northwood Drive, hold for other agency more
A Moss Point woman has been charged with drug trafficking following a routine traffic stop where she was found in possession of large amounts of weed and ecstasy Wednesday night. more
In an effort to provide better access to technology for its students, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians is now offering Wi-Fi at all Tribal school locations. more
Philadelphia native Carla Reid Thornhill has been named chief of staff in the Mississippi Secretary of State’s Office. more
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