All three suspects in an armed robbery investigation in the Linwood community in late May have been arrested, Sheriff Eric Clark said.
A county man is wanted in connection with a stolen ATV May 31 off Road 147 near Hope.
Two county bridges have been closed following the state’s bi-annual bridge inspection.
Congratulations to Philadelphia firefihters Randy Savell, Lathan Davis, and Tyler McKee on graduating from the Mississippi Fire Academy.
A program to honor Vietnam veterans with a commemorative pin is scheduled for Tuesday morning at the Depot.
• Patrick Barnett, 33, of 10200 Hwy 491 North 3, poss. of controlled substance, disorderly conduct.
Incumbent U.S. Rep. Michael Guest won Neshoba County with about 47.4% of the vote in a tight race in Mississippi’s 3rd Congressional District Republican primary Tuesday that appears headed for a June 28 runoff.
CHOCTAW — Dr. Walt Willis, M.D., has been named Chief Medical Officer (CMO) at the Choctaw Health Center (CHC), it was announced on Monday.
Neshoba countians took time to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice to defend the nation in war during the annual Memorial Day observance Monday at the Fallen Veterans Monument plaza at Dewitt DeWeese Park.
Two men have been arrested and a third suspect remains at large in connection with an armed robbery on Road 351 near Linwood about two weeks ago.
A four-year-old child found wandering Range Avenue early Saturday morning was returned home by Philadelphia Police.
The Republican Primary for Mississippi’s Third House Congressional District is the only race on the ballot for Tuesday’s primary elections.
Friends and families of Philadelphia High School’s class of 2022 gathered to celebrate graduation services Thursday at the Neshoba County Coliseum.
Fifty-seven members and guests of the Philadelphia Class of 1972 gathered at the Philadelphia Country Club Saturday night, May 21, 2022, to celebrate their 50-year reunion.
Dr. Christina Wallace said watching her mother work a registered nurse is what sparked her interest in medicine, eventually leading to her becoming the first-ever Choctaw Indian Tribal member to obtain a doctorate in medicine.
The April 2022 unemployment rate in Neshoba County stayed about the same as the previous month, dropping one-tenth of a percentage point to 3.8 percent, according to figures from the Mississippi Department of Employment Security.
Longtime entrepreneur and philanthropist Dan Davis returned to his hometown Friday night to attend Neshoba Central High School’s commencement where he announced a new foundation with a $1 million scholarship endowment for Neshoba Central graduates.
The Philadelphia Police Department got the go-ahead to change the weapon officers use while on duty last Tuesday during a regular meeting of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen.
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