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Tribe opens new emergency logistics center

The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Choctaw Emergency Management Agency Logistics facility.

Neshoba NJROTC captures fourth straight title

Neshoba Central High School’s Navy JROTC captured its fourth state title in six years during the Mississippi State All-Service JROTC Drill Championship.

Working with the Ethnic Heritage Program in the 1980s to spread the word about the Choctaw people is the most memorable part of Dr. William Brescia’s distinguished career.

A suspect who brandished a gun and robbed the cash register at Maria's Mexican Restaurant next to Vowell's on Main Street Wednesday evening is being sought by Philadelphia Police.

Running the Boston Marathon and seeing all the historic sites and landmarks was nothing more than exhilarating says Dr. Anthony Steele of his first run last week.

12 apply to be next head of district

The Philadelphia Public School District has received 12 applications for the superintendent position after Dr. Lisa Hull announced earlier this year she would be retiring effective June 30. 

Aldermen reverse on marijuana, opt in

Philadelphia aldermen reversed course and in a 3-2 vote last Tuesday night (April 19) opted-in to medical marijuana.

Police are looking for two individuals they believe may have been involved in a home invasion reported last week on Fox Avenue.

Entertainment announced for Choctaw Indian Fair

The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians will host its 72nd Choctaw Indian Fair July 13-16 in Choctaw.

Two people have been arrested on meth and other charges following a high-speed chase that ran about 25 miles through Leake and Neshoba counties Saturday night.

Burglary suspect picked up by tag reader

A Jackson man wanted on multiple burglary and other charges in Neshoba County was nabbed in Pearl over the weekend after his wanted tag was picked up by a license plate reader in Pearl, the authorities said.

County jail docket

• Scottie Bell, 41, of 117 Indian Hills Circle, disorderly conduct, probation violation, disorderly conduct.

Neshoba Soil & Water Conservation Comm Chairman Lynn Copeland was recognized by Herman Dungan for joining the MACD President’s Endowment

County receives grant for food, shelter

Neshoba County has been chosen to receive grants to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county.

Man wanted by SO nabbed in Pearl

A Jackson man wanted on multiple burglary and other charges in Neshoba County was nabbed in Pearl over the weekend after his tag was picked up by a license plate reader in Pearl, the authorities said.

Walking to the kitchen. Driving his truck to work. Playing with his children.

City woman stabbed by son at home

A mother was stabbed multiple times in the 100 block of Easthaven Drive by her 18-year-old son on Monday afternoon, Police Chief Eric Lyons said. 

Supervisors opt out of medical marijuana

The Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 on Monday to opt out of the state’s new medical marijuana law that, without the vote, would have automatically allowed growing and the opening of dispensaries in the county.

Philly students shoot at Neshoba players

Three Philadelphia High School students have been charged with aggravated assault after allegedly shooting at Neshoba Central football players with pellets and BBs during football practice Thursday sending one of the players to the hospital with minor injuries, the authorities said.

Man arrested for molesting minors

A man who lives in the Waldo community near Choctaw Indian Reservation has been charged in connection with molesting two minors.

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