Anderson program receives certification

Anderson Regional Health System recently announced the recertification of its cardiovascular/pulmonary rehabilitation program by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). 

Commissioner Lynn Copeland recently received the Commissioner of the Year for the Central Area.

County jail docket

• Napoleon Cornelius Alexander, 42, of 731 Hawthornegreen Ave, Ridgeland; hold for other agency

Ellis fall, winter lineup features top performers

Marty Stuart’s Congress of Country Music has an outstanding lineup set to perform at the Ellis Theater heading into the latter part of the year.

Philadelphia native fighting for women

A woman who grew up in Philadelphia is leading the charge to protect women’s rights in the state of Mississippi. 

Community matters at annual CDP banquet

A retired state Senator stressed that community matters as the Community Development Partnership celebrated the 68th Annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet Monday night by recognizing key individuals in the community. 

Tribal chief named ECCC ‘Alumnus of the Year’

Recognizing his personal achievements and his tireless dedication to his culture and community, Cyrus Ben, Chief of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, was recently named Alumnus of the Year at East Central Community College and will be recognized during the college’s Homecoming ceremonies scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 12, on the Decatur campus.

Hometown Christmas set for downtown

A magical vision of a Hallmark-worthy Christmas in Philadelphia has set the stage for the Hometown Christmas event in December.

Supervisors issue burn ban thru Oct. 16

A countywide burn ban has been issued through Oct. 16 by the Neshoba County Board of Supervisors. 

Vehicles stolen from dealership

Authorities are seeking leads following vehicle thefts and a break-in on two different nights last week at Tolbert Chevrolet.

Neshoba Central receives ‘A’ grade from state

Following the second consecutive “A” accountability rating for the 2022-2023 school year from the Mississippi State Board of Education last week, Nehsoba County School District officials say they look forward to an even better 2023-2024 school year.

Nowell presented with the ‘Citizen of the Year’ Award

Guy Nowell loves Neshoba County but said his legacy is his loving family as he accepted the Citizen of the Year Award Monday night at the CDP banquet.

Union High Class of 1965 holds reunion

Union High School Class of 1965 Reunion held a reunion earlier this month.

City’s sales tax collections continue to rise

State sales tax collections in Philadelphia increased by $31,090 in August when compared to the same time a year ago, according to figures from the Mississippi Department of Revenue.

Just Among Friends

The Neshoba County Republican Women are selling large poinsettias to raise money for our Hometown Christmas celebration.

Manley experiments with healthy food

Parker Manley has been experimenting recently with healthy and nutritious meals, and he is continuing to learn new things while cooking alongside Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts. 

Little receives Coca-Cola scholarship

East Central Community College’s Madeline Little is one of 213 Phi Theta Kappa members named a 2023 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar and will receive a $1,000 scholarship.   

Supervisors approve $27K solid waste grant from state

A Solid Waste Assistance Grant from the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality was accepted by the Board of Supervisors for the county Road Department last week.

Ardenland hired as Ellis production company

Marty Stuart’s Congress of Country Music Board of Directors announced on Tuesday the selection of Ardenland as its new management company, succeeding Buck Alman, who served as Interim Production Manager. 

Highway 19 South traffic shifted

Traffic on Highway 19 South shifted to newly-constructed lanes last Thursday afternoon.

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