Trump overwhelming winner in Neshoba GOP primary

Donald J. Trump ran away with the Republican nomination for president in Neshoba County on Tuesday with 96 percent of the vote.

Work on Highway 19 continues

The major four-lane expansion continues on 4.6 miles of Highway 19 from Tucker to Philadelphia.

Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark has announced a litter campaign to expose violators.

Distinguished Young Women Program set for this weekend

The 2024 Distinguished Young Woman program will be held in the Neshoba Central Elementary School Auditorium on Saturday, March 9, starting at 6 p.m.

Refuge Roundup

Volunteers and participants enjoying The Refuge of MS special needs ministry's second annual Refuge Roundup event at the Coliseum on Friday. 

Alex appointed to Veterans Advisory Committee

U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sergeant (Ret.) Ricky Alex was recently appointed to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Advisory Committee on Tribal and Indian Affairs for a two-year term.

Local career-tech students visit State Capitol

Philadelphia Neshoba County Career and Technical Center law and public safety second-year students visited the state Capitol on Feb. 16.

County jail docket

• Brandon Anderson, 36, of 186 McDill Rd, Conehatta; indictment

Deputies arrest trio at checkpoint with crystal meth

A trio was arrested after crystal methamphetamine was found during a traffic checkpoint last month on Highway 19 South at Tucker.

February fire at shopping center closes movie theater

A fire at a shopping center has left two businesses including Canal Place Cinema 7 closed since early February.

Couple celebrating 75th wedding anniversary

Olyn and Bettye Jo Coward are celebrating their 75th wedding anniversary on March 17 at Bond Baptist Church, a milestone rarely achieved in today’s era.

Young leads prayer at Senate

Pastor James A. Young, Senior Pastor of Calvary Apostolic Faith Church in Louisville and mayor of Philadelphia, delivered an opening prayer to the Mississippi Senate

Voters will head to the polls Tuesday for the presidential primaries. 

Supervisors approve app for Sheriff

A new mobile app for the Sheriff’s Department that will help fight crime will be accessible to the public within 60 to 90 days following approval by the Board of Supervisors on Monday. 

5-year-old boy dies in Mars Hill fire

A five-year-old boy who died in a house fire last week in the Mars Hill community was remembered by his sisters as sweet, loving, and outgoing.

Lady Rockets win 6A State Championship

The Neshoba Central Lady Rockets won their second state championship in three years after destroying Terry High School 53-39 on Saturday to put a crown on a nearly perfect season. 

The Neshoba Central High School Lady Rockets are the MHSAA Class 6A Girls State Basketball Champions, defeating Terry 53- 39.

A celebratory Good Luck Send-Off was held for the Neshoba Central High School Lady Rockets basketball team on Saturday. The team is headed to the Big House in Jackson to compete in the MHSAA …

House fire claims five-year-old boy

Authorities are investigating a structure fire at a residence in the Mars Hill community that claimed the life of a five-year-old boy early Thursday morning.

Blissful balloon artist finds success with new business

Ashley Smith, a talented balloon artist and the creative force behind Pure Bliss Balloons, has found success after launching her business just over a year ago around Valentine’s Day. 

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