Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Chief Cyrus Ben gave the keynote address at Mississippi State University’s Native American/American Indian History Month earlier this month.
James Harris has helped to keep the lights on in Philadelphia for more than four decades — but he also may have made a few enemies along the way by having to pull meters for unpaid bills.
The burn ban put into effect last month due to drought conditions has been lifted by the Board of Supervisors effective midnight on Nov. 21.
The Mississippi Manufacturers Association honored Wells Lamont Industrial with a reception celebrating 70 years of continuous membership last Tuesday.
Crews work on the steeple at Beacon Street Baptist Church.
A 26-year-old Philadelphia man has been charged with the statutory rape of a girl roughly half his age.
A Neshoba SO app that aims to increase connectivity and transparency between the Sheriff’s Office and the public, among other features, is being rolled out.
The Philadelphia Christmas parade is set for Monday, Dec. 4, starting at 6 p.m.
Philadelphia police have arrested eight people — including four juveniles — in connection with a disturbance at an apartment off of St. Francis Drive early last week that left two female victims seriously injured with stab wounds, said Philadelphia Police Chief Eric Lyons.
Waudine “Miss Dean” Spears Barrett has been an inspiration during her 101 years, an expert seamstress, a wonderful cook, gardener, babysitter, artist, hostess, and so much more.
Last week in Song of Songs 3:1, we saw that the believer in Christ goes through different seasons in their walk with Christ.
• Klein Andrews, of 47 Hillside Ave, Cumberland; possession of marijuana 1st offense
The Neshoba County Board of Supervisors invited Neshoba County School District Superintendent Josh Perkins to their regular meeting to welcome him to Neshoba County and meet the members of the Board.
Philadelphia aldermen have approved street closures for the Hometown Christmas Event planned for Dec. 1.
Lt. Robert M. Peebles was recently awarded the Silver Star, coveted military award, for conspicuous gallantry in action over and above the call of ordinary duty, according to news received here a few days ago.
Neshoba County Circuit Clerk Patti Duncan Lee was honored with a reception during the November term of court, recognizing her 28 years of service.
A Neshoba County man was arrested on drug-related charges after a late morning traffic stop off Highway 16 East last week.
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