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Neshoba County recorded 181 new COVID-19 cases and two new deaths in the past week, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Sep. 7 report. more
Neshoba Central Elementary School was filled with patriotism last week when U.S. Marine Austin Anderson surprised his little sister, third-grader Hallie Anderson, after he returned from finishing boot camp at the end of August. more
An additional arrest has been made in a multi-year, ongoing federal drug running investigation that has so far netted 37 of 38 suspects wanted since May. more
State Sen. Jenifer Branning says a special session to consider state medical marijuana legislation could be called within the next two weeks and she is keeping an open mind on the issue. more
Philadelphia students are learning valuable communications and social skills through producing their own weekly television programs titled “Tornado TV.”  more
Instead of running out onto the field Friday night, the Philadelphia High School football team walked arm in arm in memory of former teammate Jalen “Chunky” Leavey, an East Central student who died early Friday morning on the campus in Decatur. more
Here is how Neshoba County area prep football teams fared Friday night: more
Sheriff Eric Clark said two recent vehicle wrecks have put a strain on his already aging fleet as the budgeting seaons is expected to draw to a close at next week’s county board of supervisor’s meeting. more
City and county authorities said a Wednesday evening storm that rolled through Neshoba County knocked down tree limbs and caused power outages. more
Philadelphia Utilities recently finished repainting the water tank on Range Avenue just south of Philadelphia High School. more
Three new arrests have brought a list of alleged drug dealers rounded up so far in an ongoing narcotics investigation to 13, the authorities said. more
• Kaeleen Anderson, 23, of 390 Oswald Rd; failure to appear X2, possession of a controlled substance within correctional more
Neshoba County’s July 2021 unemployment rate of 6.8% dropped a point when compared to the previous month's rate of 7.8 percent, according to the Mississippi Department of Employment Security. more
There were no reports of significant damage related to the remnants of Hurricane Ida that passed through on Monday as schools and businesses closed. more
Neshoba County recorded 211 new COVID-19 cases and four new deaths in the past week, according to the Mississippi State Department of Health’s Aug. 31 report. more
State Sen. Jenifer B. Branning likes the idea of eliminating the state income tax. more
A challenge to the June 8 alderman-at-large election has an Oct. 18 court date after being postponed due to rising COVID-19 numbers. more
A Noxapater man confessed to killing his girlfriend in Harrison County hours before he was arrested by Neshoba County deputies at his mother’s home here early Friday morning, the authorities said. more
As the number of mobile food vendors increases in Philadelphia, city officials said they welcome the business as long as they have the proper paperwork in place. more
Brittnae Smith has been named the Director of the Philadelphia-Neshoba County Library. more
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