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Randa Fieber and her family are getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving Thursday. Fieber and her husband Scott have two big Thanksgiving dinners with his family and Fieber’s famil more
The Neshoba County Soil and Water Conservation District will be taking tree orders through Nov. 30.  more
Dawn Sullivan Hill of Louisville is pleased to announce the upcoming marriage of her daughter, Kelsey Hope Hill, to Wil Lipsey. Kelsey is the daughter of Dawn Sullivan Hill and the late Tommy J. Hill of Louisville. more
Haley Holland of Philadelphia was one of two Mississippi State University students in the College of Mechanical Engineering who received a prestigious Mississippi Automotive Manufacturers Association (MAMA) Scholarship. more
Eric Wharton is originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wharton moved to Mississippi in 2009. He now lives in Philadelphia with his wife, Debi Wharton more
A Halloween Trunk-or-Treat was held for the residents and staff of the State of Mississippi Veterans' Home of Kosciusko on October 31 at the facility. It was an enjoyable activity for everyone involved. more
Lisa Smith grew up in the Sandtown community of Neshoba County and as a child, she loved playing outside and spending time with her parents, Derrel Smith and Liz Smith, and her younger sister Kim.  more
Haley Holland of Philadelphia was one of two Mississippi State University students in the college of mechanical engineering who received a prestigious Mississippi Automotive Manufacturers Association (MAMA) Scholarship. more
Ronda Gillespie has lived in Philadelphia her whole life. Gillespie is the mother of six kids and the grandmother of three.  more
Maribeth Stuart Grier, RN, recently spoke to the fifth grade classes at Philadelphia Elementary School on the symptoms, causes, and precautions of COVID-19. more
Neshoba Central Parent Teacher Organization maintains a food pantry for elementary school students. Sometimes NCES students cannot bring a snack or may just forget to do so.  The PTO snack pantry provides a light snack for these children at school. more
Laura Payne Killough’s family is from here, she grew up coming to the Neshoba County Fair and she moved to Philadelphia this summer after living in Ohio and other places with her family for almost 18 years.  more
The Neshoba County Shrine Club will hold its annual Barbecue Chicken Plate sale on Saturday November 7th from 11:00am until 1:00pm. The location is Vowells Marketplace on Pecan Ave. Plates are more
Central Water Association is pleased to announce the promotion of John Wilkerson as new general manager. more
Panama City Beach, Florida, was the perfect place for Mitchell and Martha Ruffin Hancock to celebrate their 43rd Wedding Anniversary recently.  They spent the weekend at the Holiday Inn Resort in Panama City with its beautiful beach. more
Shannon Howell grew up in Biloxi with Cajun influences from New Orleans in her cooking. She went off to Mississippi State University where she would meet her husband Allen Howell and they’d end up in Philadelphia where he’s the Shelter Insurance agent.  more
Linwood Fire Department will be taking nominations for and voting on 1 board member on October 20, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.  The meeting will take place at the new fire station located off of Hwy 15 S.  This is our regular meeting that is open to the public. more
A Philadelphia native is one of three Mississippi State University students receiving a four-year, $140,000 Mississippi Rural Dentists Scholarship to the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s School of Dentistry. more
Chase Nicholson, a welding technology student at Philadelphia/Neshoba County Career Technical Center, is being honored by the Mississippi Construction Education Foundation as student of the month for the state’s central region. more
Greg McKee, President and CEO of The Citizens Bank, recently announced that Phillip Branch has been promoted to SVP & Chief Financial Officer. more
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