2 arrested with meth at roadblock

Two people were arrested with meth at a roadblock between Laurel Hill and Hope last month.

National Day of Prayer

A public gathering was held at Dewitt-Deweese Memorial Park to celebrate National Day of Prayer last Thursday. 

Sheriff seeks county noise ordinance

A noise ordinance aimed at providing county residents with more tranquility and peace of mind is being recommended by Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark 

Second public school forum held

A second meeting addressing the public schools took place last Monday night.

12-year-old receives new heart

Twelve-year-old Matthew O’Neal underwent a life-changing experience last week when he received a long-awaited heart transplant at the University of Alabama Birmingham Hospital.

Woman charged with drug trafficking

A Kiln woman looking for property to buy here was arrested on drug trafficking charges at a roadblock on Highway 15 South Friday. 

County jail docket

• Armahd Ifeanyl Azogini, 44, of 321 7th St, Decatur; failure to appear

Neshoba General Wound Care Clinic located at 1001 Holland Avenue inside Neshoba General is now offering advanced wound care for people living with chronic, non-healing wounds. 

A crew pulling a dilapidated trailer down Deemer Road on Saturday was cited for numerous violations.

Three people were arrested with drugs at a traffic checkpoint near Union late last week.

Rocket Troupe to present musical at the Ellis

Neshoba Central High School’s theatre group, “The Rocket Troupe,” is gearing up to dazzle audiences with their performance of “The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical” at the historic Ellis Theatre from Thursday, May 2, through Sunday, May 5.

Class of ‘64 holds reunion

Number 60 is complete for the Philly Class of ’64, and thank you, Lord, for this precious and memorable opportunity. 

Park gets $200K upgrade

A Philadelphia Main Street beautification project is underway at Dewitt DeWeese Park utilizing federal COVID relief funds.

Street Eat Saturdays will continue

Street Eat Saturdays will continue through August following the success of the first Saturday food truck event downtown, Philadelphia Main Street said.

Project Search graduates land jobs at Neshoba General

Desiree and Elizabeth Stanley, sisters and graduates of last year’s Project Search program at Neshoba General, now work for the hospital in dietary and Environmental Services (EVS), in full-time and part-time roles.

Jeffrey Gibson, a member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, has been selected as a solo presenter at the Biennale Arte 2024 for the 60th International Art Exhibition at the United States Pavilion at the Giardini della Biennale in Venice, Italy. Mr. Gibson is the first Indigenous artist to represent the United States.

Deputies arrest man for drugs, stolen property

A Neshoba County man was arrested for stealing property and being in possession of drugs.

Federal grant sought by city

The city is seeking federal funding to renovate a social services building near Booker T.

Man found hanging in motel

The death of a man found hanging in a Philadelphia motel room Monday morning is under investigation.

Donates to Beta Club

The Community In Action group recently donated $500 to the Philadelphia Elementary School Beta Club.

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