Ellis renovation 35% complete as manager sought to book monthly shows

For anyone who ever doubted whether the $30 million Congress of Country Music would actually come to fruition, Marty Stuart says seeing is believing.

Sheriff calls for city partnership on jail

Re-establishing a partnership to share and maintain the county jail will make the city and county a lot stronger, Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark told the Mayor and Board of Aldermen last week.

Philadelphia students create app for event

Philadelphia High School sophomore Charmaine Manzano said creating a phone app with other students was an experience to remember.

Juvenile arrested on terrorism in bomb threat

The juvenile charged with domestic terrorism in connection with a bomb threat made to the Philadelphia schools last week will be tried in youth court as a minor, the authorities said.

Income tax elimination in discussion at state capitol

JACKSON — Taxpayers in Mississippi could see lower car tag fees, lower state taxes, and grocery taxes if Republicans in the state Legislature can grind their way to approval in the next few weeks.

Cache of meth seized after road racing incident

A large amount of meth was seized about midnight Thursday after two cars were spotted racing on Highway 16 west headed into town, the authorities said.

County jail docket

• Johnny Abel, 63, of 14951 Hwy. 19 South, indictment. 

Wireless commission OKs new MSWIN radios

Neshoba County received approval from the Mississippi Wireless Communications Commission for the deployment of MSWIN radios to the county’s volunteer fire departments, the Road Department and other county entities.

Clemons’ election challenge delayed until the summer

Another delay has arisen in Leroy Clemons’ election challenge for the alderman-at-large seat he lost last summer. 

Tribe, MSU collaborate with help from USDA grant

Tia Grisham says a $500,000 federal grant is being put to good use providing more opportunities to Tribal students at Mississippi State University.

$25K in pot seized by deputies

A suspected drug dealer has bonded out of jail and another suspect is being sought in connection with a $25,000 marijuana bust last week.

Alleged casino mugger arrested

A Carthage man wanted in connection with a December mugging at one of the casinos has been arrested, Sheriff Eric Clark said.

Boy may have started fire

An overgrown field where residents of a trailer park had dumped a bunch of trash caught fire Sunday afternoon near Sandtown and the black smoke could be seen from town.

Philly bomb threat suspect arrested

A juvenile has been arrested in connection with a bomb threat to the Philadelphia Public Schools, the authorities said.

A search warrant executed on Pecan Avenue on Thursday before lunch produced one arrest and about $25,000 worth of marijuana in vacuum-sealed bags in a multi-agency investigation with more charges anticipated, Sheriff Eric Clark said.

Philadelphia Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Lisa Hull is retiring, it was announced.

Federal authorities are involved after a bomb threat to the Philadelphia Public Schools.

Gipson Cleaners is closing

Gipson Cleaners, a Philadelphia institution for nearly a century, is still thriving, but it’s time to retire, Regina Gipson Hicks says.

7 arrested in weekend meth busts

Despite freezing temperatures and more than a dusting of snow in some parts off the county, Sheriff’s deputies made seven felony methamphetamine arrests over the weekend.

Teacher pay raise advances at Capitol

JACKSON — The Mississippi House acted quickly last Wednesday to approve a bill that would increase teacher pay, nudging ahead of senators who are working on a separate plan.

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