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A Neshoba County man has been arrested for shooting a neighbor who was bush hogging Saturday west of Union in rural Neshoba County.

Deputies arrest man for drugs, gun

Neshoba County Sheriff’s deputies have charged a Philadelphia man with multiple felonies after a traffic stop Tuesday on MS Highway 15. David Monroe Price, 77, of   10141 RD 373, was …

Neshoba Central’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’

John Harvey and his friends wished for a drama department at Neshoba Central High School for years. Now a senior, Harvey and about 100 other students were ecstatic to be part of the school’s first full length Broadway-like production.

Police hunt for shooting suspect

Police are looking for a suspect in a shooting reported Sunday evening on St. Francis Drive which sent two victims with non-life-threatening injuries to a Jackson hospital.

Waltman declared winner by judge

James Waltman has been declared the winner in the June 8 alderman-at-large election that incumbent Leroy Clemons challenged.

Stuart statue unveiled at museum exhibit opening

JACKSON — A statue of country music hall of famer Marty Stuart was unveiled at Mississippi's Two Museums in downtown Jackson on Friday and a new executive director of the Congress of Country Music in Philadelphia was announced.

Aldermen updated on status of Booker T. gym project

Work has begun on the new metal roof for the Booker T. Washington gym renovation project.

Chas Evans estimates he’s composed the music for well over 1,000 songs over the past decade. But he’s never composed music heard on the big screen. That is until now.  

Lovorn named outstanding educator

Philadelphia nativve Sam Lovorn, who teaches at Warren Central High School, received the Outstanding Young Music Educator of the Year award at the annual MMEA conference held in Hattiesburg. 

Neshoba County unemployment rate decreases

The unemployment rate in Neshoba County dropped 1.2 percentage points during the month of March when compared to the previous month, according to figures from the Mississippi Department of Employment Security.

Gonzalez awarded Yates Companies scholarship

Elizabeth Gonzalez has been awarded a $4,000 Yates Companies, Inc. scholarship for the first two years of college. 

James Waltman has been declared the winner in the June 8 alderman-at-large election that incumbent Leroy Clemons challenged.

JACKSON — A statue of country music hall of famer Marty Stuart was unveiled at Mississippi's Two Museums in downtown Jackson today.

Naval author comes home to sign books

Being attached to the vessel that fired missiles at Syria in April 2018 is one of Neshoba County native Skyla Pearson’s most compelling stories, she says of a new book.

Police arrest man for shooting

A Philadelphia man was arrested after allegedly shooting at another man two weeks ago near Ivy Street and Kosciusko Road.

Sheriff to receive 12 new Tasers

A $43,200 bid for 12 new tasers for the Sheriff’s Department was accepted by the Board of Supervisors on Monday.

“The World of Marty Stuart” exhibit will open this weekend at the Two Mississippi Museums in Jackson.

Suspect sought in armed robbery

A suspect in an armed robbery last week at Maria's Mexican Restaurant next to Vowell's on Main Street is still being sought by Philadelphia Police after leaving with money and food,  the authorities said.

The Philadelphia-Neshoba County Arts Council held its annual membership drive on April 28 at the Depot. The evening included door prizes with the grand prize being “Our Fair Basket” …

Guest focusing efforts on rural America

Republican U.S. Rep. Michael Guest has spent much of his sophomore term in Washington trying to emphasize the needs of rural America. 

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