No charges filed in Valero pump incident

A man and woman wanted in connection with damaging a gas pump earlier this month at conveniene store on Highway 16 west will avoid charges after they agreed to pay for the damage, Police Chief Eric Lyons said.

Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Joslen Wells and Brooklyn Crosby get ready for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., parade on Saturday.

Omicron responsible for uptick of COVID cases

Ten percent of all the COVID-19 cases reported in Neshoba County since the pandemic began in March 2020 occurred within the last week as the Omicron variant, a more contagious but milder form of the virus, rampages through the state. 

Mason Alford remembered as fun, outgoing teen

Fifteen-year-old Mason David Lee Alford was remembered as a sweet kid, very loving, kind and outgoing after an accidental shooting Jan. 3 near Dixon.

County jail docket

• Ira H. Anderson, 20, of 1519 Mills Road of Conehatta, burglary-commercial buildings, cars, etc.

Neshoba Central student ready for semester in D.C.

Ty Martin will set aside his casual school attire and don a suit, tie and black dress shoes when he begins his first day at the United States Senate Page School later this month in Washington, D.C.

Marty Stuart was among the five newest members of The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience’s Hall of Fame announced Tuesday.

Snow falls from Linwood to Arlington

More than a dusting of snow covered parts of Neshoba County Sunday morning and some shared their snow scenes with the Democrat.

More than a dusting of snow covered parts of Neshoba County and was continuing Sunday morning.

A free COVID-19 testing location will open on Monday in Philadelphia and operate five days a week, the state Department of Health has announced.

Tommie Warren was a family man

Tommie Lee “Tom Tom’ Warren was remembered by friends and family as a solid family man, a source of light, laughter, music, love.

Nick Hall heading Christian retreat

MACON — Neshoba County native Nick Hall is the new executive director of Lake Forest Ranch after the longtime director and his wife retired after leading the Christian camp retreat for nearly three decades.

7 now charged with murder in shooting

Seven young men now face murder charges in connection with a shootout between two rival gangs in west Philadelphia last month that left an innocent man, a husband and father of two small children, dead.

Community angered over recent shootings

City Hall erupted with anger last week over the shooting death of an innocent  man outside of his home in west Philadelphia.

4 arrested for sneaking contraband into jail

Four people, including a father and son, face charges of smuggling contraband into the Neshoba County jail, Sheriff Eric Clark said.

Aldermen accept bid for Booker T gym project

After years of discussion, setbacks and disappointments, the supporters of the Booker T. Washington gym renovation project finally got their wish.

Omicron driving new case totals up

Neshoba County recorded 447 new COVID-19 cases and one new death in the past week, according to the MSDH’s Jan. 10 report.

County jail docket

• Marvin Clint Barnes, 25, of 900 Purvis Road of Walnut Grove, driving under the influence- 1st offense

Son shoots mother to death, turns gun on self

A Philadelphia man shot and killed his mother sometime early this week in Country Club Estates and then turned the gun on himself, the authorities said.

Malfunctioning light repaired

A malfunctioning traffic light at the intersection of Main Street and Holland Avenue on Monday was repaid by MDOT.

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