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Countless stories of first responders and volunteers jumping into action have arisen from last week’s winter storm that left most of the county without power and roadways either blocked or iced over. more
Anyone with outstanding fees with the Philadelphia Municipal Court has until the end of March to take advantage of the city’s amnesty program. more
A bill that would allow members of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians to use Tribal identification cards like a state-issued ID card is working its way through the Mississippi Legislature. more
Things are getting back to normal at the Neshoba County Emergency Operations Center after last week’s ice storms that at one point left most of Neshoba County without power. more
Sheila Blount can’t wait for hot water because it’s been almost a week. “I am really looking forward to a hot shower when the power is restored,” she said Tuesday from work. more
Baptist churches around the county pitched in to make sure people who were without power in last week’s winter storms got warm meals. more
Veteran patrol officer Lt. Eric Lyons has been named Philadelphia’s new police chief. more
Central Water issued a more urgent plea Thursday evening saying the “entire system is maxed out” and running on generator power as officials continued to ask members to conserve water. more
Neshoba County Justice court has decided to postpone all court cases for Monday due to severe weather and utility outages. more
My name is Leo E. Renaldo, and today I announce my candidacy for mayor of Philadelphia, Mississippi, as a conservative Republican. more
Neshoba County’s unemployment rate in December stood at 5.8%, about the same as the previous month, according to numbers from the Mississippi Employment Security Commission. more
The American Cancer Society recently received a $10,000 grant from Weyerhaeuser, a longtime community partner. more
A fire in the Good Hope community destroyed a home Monday evening. more
Plant a seed and watch it grow. more
Nearly half of Neshoba County’s rural electric customers remained without power Tuesday as a major winter storm pressed down with record low temperatures and more precipitation forecast. more
Individuals scheduled to receive their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine this week had their appointments rescheduled as a result of the extreme winer weather, officials said.  more
A Philadelphia man has pleaded guilty to federal charges of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and faces life in prison, the Justice Department announced. more
A fire in the Good Hope community destroyed a home Monday evening. more
Check on your rural neighbors, Sheriff Eric Clark is urging this evening as thousands remain without power in Neshoba County with a forecast low of 8 degrees. more
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