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Shriner Mitchel McDonald helped cook 1,700 chicken halves for the Neshoba County Shrine Club last Saturday for their annual barbecue chicken plate sale. more
• Dawaskai L’Sha Anderson, 40, of 816 Chestnut St; possession of controlled substance, sale of controlled substance X2 more
In verse 39, Peter exhorts his hearers to embrace Christ for the forgiveness of sins. more
“Come now, let us reason together, says the Lord: though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall become like wool. more
Police are investigating the early Sunday morning burglary of an East Main Street convenience store in which some items were taken. more
East Philadelphia Baptist Church is just one of many groups and organizations this year taking part in the shoebox collection for Operation Christmas Child.  more
The best of times turned into the worst of times on Oct. 8 for Kevin Cumberland and his family. more
A narcotics roundup by multiple law enforcement agencies that included meth dealers netted 17 arrests Thursday in Neshoba County. more
The Philadelphia Christmas Parade will be limited to half of normal float participants due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was announced Tuesday. more
Tucker Elementary School has a unique approach to celebrating its Choctaw heritage and artistry with stained-glass windows inspired by student artwork.  more
Caleb E. May took nearly 70 percent of the vote in Neshoba County overtaking incumbent Circuit Judge Brian K. Burns in the Eighth Judicial District last Tuesday. more
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians held two groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Pearl River COVID Emergency Relief Facility (CERF) Building and the new Choctaw Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency Building. more
A narcotics roundup by multiple law enforcement agencies that included meth dealers netted 17 arrests Thursday in Neshoba County. more
Marty Stuart himself was present at a topping off ceremony for the renovated Ellis Theatre last week part of the planned $30 million Marty Stuart Congress of Country Music downtown.  Watch Marty talk about his vision for the Ellis and how it all got started. more
• Tamela D Boston, 29, of 802 Donald Ave, Meridian; hold circuit court, shoplifting more than $1000.00 more
A DeKalb man has been arrested and charged as a regional drug dealer after being apprehended in Philadelphia with more arrests anticipated. more
Philadelphia Police are investigating two burglaries reported on Friday. more
The Neshoba County board of supervisors wrapped up a road project that improved the eastern most portion of County Road 832 during their Monday meeting. more
Almost 20 drug arrests and twelve violent felonies were reported in the month of October, according to the Neshoba County Sheriff’s Office. more
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Pearl River Early Childhood Center (PRECC) last Friday. more
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