November 20, 1942

Vaccination against Diphtheria, Typhoid Fever, and Smallpox have been made available without charge to the people of Neshoba County.          

November 22, 1952

Ann Carr, Jackson sophomore, will be crowned queen of homecoming by James Ratcliff, of Philadelphia, Captain of the Hinds Junior College Eagles, at Raymond.    


November 22, 1962

One of the first telephones to be installed on new Southwest Neshoba Project was in Mrs. M.M. Pou’s home.         

November 23, 1972

Fourteen-year-old Marty Stuart, son of Mr. And Mrs. John Sturt of Philadelphia, is shown with Lester Flatt of Nashville Grass. Marty is the newest member of the group. They were appearing last weekend near Hattiesburg.          

November 25, 1982

Reuben and Fay Moore of Philadelphia were named the 1982 Outstanding Young Dairymen for Dairymen Inc. at the cooperative’s annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. 


November 20, 1992 

Ground was broken this week for the new Longino Central Volunteer Fire Department Station Two on hold HWY 15 North. The department is presently raising funds for a new fire truck. Station One is housed in the county unit facility.  


November 20, 2002

The Tawater yard at 105 Daniel’s cove was selected as the November Yard of the Month by the Philadelphia Home Arts Club.  


   November 23, 2012

The top finishers int eh 4-H Shooting Sports competition held prior to the Wildlife Jamboree at the Neshoba Coliseum recently include Micaela Beason, first 11-14 year old air rifle; Chandler Fortenberry, first 7-10 year old air rifle and recurve archery; and Daniel Ferguson, first 11-14 year old recurve archery.

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