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Memorial Day program set for Monday

 Fallen soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines who died in battle defending the United States will be remembered on Monday in Memorial Day observances across  the nation.

Neshoba Central graduates set bar with scholarships

Members of Neshoba Central’s Class of 2022 set the bar for future classes as they received a combined total of more than $7.9 million in scholastic and athletic scholarship offers to continue their educations at various colleges and universities. 

3 arrested after truck stolen downtown

Philadelphia police have made three arrests in connection with a truck reported stolen form a parking space downtown a week ago. 

Choctaw Central grads encouraged by Chief

As members of Choctaw Central’s Class of 2022 pre- pared to graduate last week, they were reminded by Tribal Chief Cyrus Ben they had to take the highs with the lows. 

Neshoba County Sheriff’s Office will participate in the annual Click it or Ticket blitz campaign running May 23, through June 5, Sheriff Eric Clark said. 

County Jail Docket

• Joseph Beard, 26, of 604 Walnut Street, indictment, trafficking of controlled substance 

Philadelphia police have made three arrests in connection with a truck reported stolen this past weekend downtown.

Dr. Shannon Whitehead, principal of McNeal Elementary School in Canton, has been appointed the new superintendent of the Philadelphia Public School District.

‘It’s a great day to be a Rocket’

One thing is for sure: This is a great time to be a Neshoba Central Rocket sports fan.

Man allegedly shoots cousin on bush hog

A Neshoba County man remains in custody on a $75,000 bond after allegedly shooting his first cousin neighbor who was bush hogging Saturday northwest of Union in rural Neshoba County.

Barnard hired as museum director

Daniel R. Barnard, the new executive director of Marty Stuart’s Congress of Country Music, says he is ready to get the show started,

Choctaw Central hosts LEGO tournament

Students and adults alike joined together in the Choctaw Central High School gymnasium for the 19th Annual Choctaw Tribal Schools First LEGO League Tournament.

A 77-year-old alleged drug dealer with a felony conviction was arrested after a traffic stop Tuesday by Neshoba County Sheriff’s Deputies.

Authorities hunt for stolen tools

Authorities are asking for assistance in solving a burglary of a home under renovation on Highway 19 south of Philadelphia at the end of last month in which about $1,200 in tools were taken.

EMCC celebrates Class of 2022

East Mississippi Community College held spring 2022 commencement ceremonies Friday, May 6, and Saturday, May 7, at the college’s Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses.

County jail docket

• Tesheena S. Bell, 30, of 125 Indian Hills Circle, alcoholic beverages- unlawful possession, DUI- 2nd offense, license, driving while revoked or suspended, MV- no insurance

Supervisors approve 2 vehicles for Sheriff

The Board of Supervisors gave Sheriff Eric Clark the go-ahead to purchase two new vehicles during Monday’s meeting.

State sues Favre, Dupree for welfare funds

JACKSON — The state of Mississippi Department of Human Resources has sued several high-profile former athletes including former football stars Brett Favre and Marcus Dupree and ex-wrestler Ted DiBiase Sr., accusing them of welfare fraud.

Neshoba Central seniors awarded $1,000 scholarships by the NCHS Class of 1972.

After nearly 100 years, Philadelphia’s McClain-Hays Funeral Service will partner with an Atlanta family-owned funeral service, it has been announced.

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