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Philadelphia High School Advanced Placement Physics and Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles students were given United States flags that have flown over the United States Capitol in their honor for their hard work this school year.  more
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was recently held for Rez Nutrition located at the Choctaw Town Center. more
Madalyn Ann-Marie McMahon and Taylor Joseph Irby announce a May 15, 2021 wedding. The outdoor event will be held at the Irby home in Collinsville at 6:30 o’clock in the evening.  more
A precious baby girl was welcomed with much love and rejoicing by Keenan and Katy Kinard of Birmingham, Ala. The new arrival has been named Kennedy Mary Kinard. She weighed exactly 8 pounds and is ready to go home and meet her big brother, Matthew! more
Brittany Lovern King is a small business owner who does pageant makeup and hair. In high school, Lovern would always braid hair. more
May 2. Homecoming  Salem Baptist Church, Kemper County. Services begin at 10:45 with pot-luck lunch to follow. Pastor: Rev Alan Hawkins  more
A group of students graduating from Neshoba Central High School in 2022 could quite possibly go directly into the workforce as certified drone pilots, thanks to a new program being added next … more
Ike and Carla Martin are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Macy Cox to Tanner Thomas Rhodes, son of Derrick and Celeste Rhodes of Philadelphia.   more
Mr. and Mrs. Cliffton Hollis of Laurel Hill, Mississippi announce the engagement of their daughter Morgan Hollis to Wesley Cameron, son of Kevin and Brenda Cameron of Runnelstown, Mississippi.  more
It's test week at Philadelphia Elementary School and the Philadelphia Police Department was honored to be on hand Monday morning to give the wonderful kids some extra motivation! Chief of Police Eric Lyons spoke to the entire elementary school and told them to “Rock Their Test!!” Other first responders attending included the Philadelphia Fire Department and Neshoba EMS. more
Cousins can be forever friends as well as first friends from childhood. A gathering of cousins was held recently which brought Joyce Hardy's cousins together for a day of fun at the Hardy's camp house on their lake. It was a beautiful setting for a party. more
Will Stokes grew up being the youngest of all his cousins and the youngest grandchild of Mary Walker. During the summers growing up, Stokes spent his time at his Nanny Mary’s house close to Chattanooga, Tennessee. Because Stokes was younger than his older cousins, he would spend his time in the kitchen.  more
Congratulations to Courtney Suzanne Wells, who played her last performance with the famous Mississippians Jazz Ensemble on April 15th,  one of the oldest collegiate jazz ensembles in the nation dating back to the 1890s. more
Lisa Clark, a Louisville native, daughter of William and Patsy Clark and granddaughter of the late James and Zexa Dunigan of Philadelphia, is the Director of SATB and SSA Madrigals and the SSA Choir at Madison Central and Choral Director at Rosa Scott High School. more
Philadelphia High School has announced its 2021 STAR Student and STAR Teacher.  Emma Taylor was chosen as the STAR Student and Mrs. Ann Fisacerly is the STAR Teacher. more
Casey Phillips is the mother of almost 2-year-old Jake Weston Phillips who loves anything to do with being outside.  more
CHURCH HOMECOMING May 2. Homecoming  Salem Baptist Church, Kemper County. Services begin at 10:45 with pot-luck lunch to follow. Pastor: Rev Alan Hawkins  more
The Neshoba Central 2021 Senior Prom was held at The Venue on the evening of March 27. The theme was "Diamonds and Glamour" which was a true reflection of how this group of seniors felt for finally having a Prom. They were so excited to have the experience of getting to dress up and celebrate as normal after a year of uncertainty. more
Amie Winstead is the daughter of Noland and Geraldine Pinter. Growing up, Winstead had four older brothers who had already gotten married and moved from Philadelphia. When Winstead was seven, she got a younger brother. Her mother, Geraldine Pinter, was a stay-at-home mom, and Winstead’s father worked in Louisville. Winstead was used to being the family’s baby but was happy to have a younger brother more
Six new inductees will join the East Central Community College Student Hall of Fame during the annual Awards Ceremony scheduled for 3 p.m. Thursday, April 22, in Huff Auditorium on the Decatur campus. more
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