MARCH 9, 1934

A project designed to provide supervised recreation for unemployed girls and women in rural communities and towns has been brought to Neshoba County by the Federal Civil Works Administration.

MARCH 3, 1944

Cpl. M. Milton Fulton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Fulton of the Longino community, is now with the Army Air Forces at Tucson, Ari.

MARCH 4, 1954

The Philadelphia High School Tornadoes will be one of the northern division teams which will play in the State A-AA basketball tournament at the city auditorium.

MARCH 5, 1964

The First Methodist Church of Philadelphia will be dedicated in ceremonies Sunday afternoon, March 8 at 2 p.m. with Bishop Marvin A. Franklin delivering the dedicatory address.

March 7, 1974

A Neshoba County man was being held in jail here pending further investigation in connection with the weekend fatal shooting of another man.

March 7, 1984

The Neshoba County Board of Supervisors gave its approval Monday to the proposed 1,650-square foot addition to the public library.

March 2, 1994

The board of supervisors is looking for a new county road manager because of the resignation last week of Ed Beckham, County Administrator Benjie Coats said Monday.

Mar. 10, 2004

A Philadelphia man was acquitted of drug possession charges on Monday but still faces separate felony drug charges stemming from a raid on his home.