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Police are investigating a string of burglaries that were reported over a three-day period last week. more
It could be another month or so before work begins to replace the St. Francis Drive bridge at Holland Avenue.  more
The Neshoba County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 Monday morning not to remove the Confederate monument in front of the courthouse. more
When students return to the classrooms at Choctaw Central High School, they will have a new principal, and he won’t be a stranger. more
Elizabeth Frohse and her husband Dr. Thomas Tischer will soon be celebrating 10 years as owners of the Neshoba County Animal Hospital. more
After a couple weeks on the decline last month, cases in Neshoba County and throughout the state continue to rapidly increase as a new daily record of positive cases was announced Tuesday.  more
In Kelly Copeland’s free time she enjoys walking and listening to worship music. But her favorite thing to do is spending time outside with her family.   more
• David Allen Alford, 30, of 8166 Highway 488, false ID information more
A Preston man has been arrested and charged in connection with two burglaries of businesses in Philadelphia. more
A Neshoba County man faces gun and drug charges with after he was caught with numerous supervised release violations during a Mississippi Department of Corrections checkup last week. more
A man wanted for vehicle theft in Neshoba County has been arrested in Louisiana, officials said.  more
On July 22, 1988, after the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, the party nominee, Gov. Michael Dukakis, enjoyed a 17-point lead over Vice President George W. Bush. more
Philadelphia public schools will return to class Aug. 5 under a normal schedule, it was announced. more
High school football will take place this fall after a two-week delayed start, the Mississippi High School Activities Association announced on Tuesday amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. more
Fireworks were exploding like mortar shells in Philadelphia during the Forth of July weekend, Police Chief Julian Greer told aldermen as a group of citizens came to City Hall to complain last week. more
The committee replacing the Fallen Veterans Monument in Dewitt DeWeese Park destroyed in an April 2019 tornado didn’t wait long to place the actual order last week after the Legislature appropriated $50,000. more
Body cams help hold law enforcement officers accountable and defend them, Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark told the Board of Supervisors last week, and he believes it’s time his deputies have a second set of eyes on calls. more
• Edward Ball, 50 of 311 1053, hold for other agency more
State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs painted a grim picture Tuesday for Mississippi in response to increasing positive cases in COVID-19 that he attributes to lack of social distancing by residents.  more
Two early morning crimes, a car theft and an attempted break-in, reported in close proximity to each other last Thursday are being investigated by Philadelphia Police. more
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