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Rotary Club donates to Parks and Rec

Rotary President Cynthia Graham presents Philadelphia-Neshoba County Parks and Recreation Director Cody

Program offers lifestyle coaching for people with diabetes

Individuals enrolled in  Medicare Part B may qualify to have Mississippi Lifestyle Care provide a Lifestyle Coach free for a year. 

County jail docket

• Dawaskai Lsha Anderson, 42, of 262 Byrd; hold for other agency

A water main break on Bounds Avenue is being repaired, and Philadelphia Utilities is urging extreme caution in the area.

Rolling blackouts due to extreme cold should be expected in Tribal communities, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians has announced.

Hope Country Store robbery suspect nabbed

A Neshoba County man was arrested and charged in connection with an armed robbery Wednesday at the Hope Store, Sheriff Eric Clark said.

The pre-kindergarten program in the Neshoba County School District will double in size during the 2023-24 school session in what administrators said was a “long-term investment” in students.

Court of Appeals upholds murder conviction

A Neshoba County man convicted in connection with the 2019 Hope pond murder had his sentence upheld by the State Court of Appeals last week.

First responders working over Christmas

Not everyone will be off this weekend, celebrating the holidays with their families.

Foundation hosting inaugural toy drive

The Kids Over Everything (KOE) Foundation is reaching out this holiday season to aid children in need with the first annual Christmas For Kids Toy Drive and kicking off their toy distribution tonight at the Westside Community Center. 

Tribe breaks ground on new housing project

The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for a new housing project in the Bogue Chitto Community. 

Smith’s homespun podcast focuses on community

For the past couple of years, Lee Carleton Smith has been interviewing people around Neshoba County on his podcast, “The County Line: Lee Carl and Friends”, to get unique perspectives on a variety of topics and enjoys hearing opinions from a wide range of different people. 

Kennedy to resign post as election commissioner

Heather Kennedy on Monday informed the Neshoba County Board of Supervisors that she would be resigning as District 4 Election Commissioner effective Dec. 30 to run for political office.

County jail docket

• Sheldon Tyler Abel, 34, of Road 105; no charges listed

Ellis comes alive again

 It was a night to remember last Thursday in downtown Philadelphia.

2 arrested by deputies for burglary

Two Preston men have been arrested and charged in connection with a burglary reported on Highway 21 north last week, the authorities said.

Aldermen vote to begin redistricting process

Aldermen voted to hire the East Central Planning & Development District to help with redistricting the city’s four wards.

Woman charged with drugs in jail

A Tennessee woman was charged with hiding illegal drugs, including a loaded syringe, on her person during a visit with an inmate at the Neshoba County Jail last week, the authorities said.

Two men arrested on Fork Road

Two men were arrested on drug charges following a traffic stop on Fork Road late last month, the authorities said.

License plate reader spots stolen car on Highway 16

A Tunica man has been arrested and charged last month at one of the casinos in connection with an auto burglary there after license plate readers spotted a stolen vehicle on Highway 16.

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