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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 3:00 PM
  • Burglary in robber’s past
    The Philadelphia man accused of robbing the Pow Wow at gunpoint early last Wednesday morning was out on bond awaiting grand jury in a 2019 house burglary while the owners were at the Neshoba County Fair
  • Aldermen asked to fix grade dispute
    A complaint about how Philadelphia High School selected its valedictorian this year was brought to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen last week by organizers of the Black Lives Matter protests.
  • Recognizing the struggle with racism is not dead and must be continually fought, United Methodist Bishop James E. Swanson, Sr., told those gathered to memorialize three young men who were murdered here 56 years ago this past Sunday registering blacks vote that “the upheaval we are experiencing today is telling us something.”
  • Criticial response team on hand to assist Tribe
    CHOCTAW — An Indian Health Service critical response team is on hand to work with local medical staff at Choctaw Health Center in the continued battle against COVID-19 on the Reservation. 
  • The city will proceed with a $1.5 million bond issue aimed at addressing infrastructure projects minus the Marty Stuart center.
  • New COVID-19 data from the Mississippi Department of Health show Neshoba County has recently fared better than other parts of the state over the past couple of weeks.
  • How people might vote in the November General Election if they want to avoid the polling places because of fear of the coronavirus is being considered by the Mississippi Legislature.
  • Concession stand ransacked
    The Philadelphia High School concession stand at Harpole Stadium was ransacked, according to parents that posted a photo on Facebook over the weekend.
  • Neshoba Central graduates in 3 separate sessions
    Even though Neshoba Central’s Class of 2020 didn’t make memories at prom, they made memories as a class that “we won’t ever forget,” Salutatorian and Senior Class President Shamiya Monroe said last week during commencement ceremonies.
  • Leake Academy Class of 2020 has walk to remember
    Leake Academy held graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020 at the school last Friday on the football field.
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