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Wednesday, November 22, 2017 6:00 PM
The long-vacant Hunter Engineering building at 306 Industrial Circle in Union will soon belong to Neshoba County after the Board of Supervisors on Monday voted to purchase the facility for $450,000 in hopes of attracting  new industry.
  • Marshall showcases vintage Bronco
    A vintage Ford Bronco sold at Marshall Ford in the 1970s has found its way back home, as people and things in small communities often do, and is proudly on display in their showroom off Mississippi 16 west.
  • Tribe says no to casino at Red Water
    The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians overwhelmingly rejected a proposed $25 million casino in the Red Water community of Leake County in Thursday’s special referendum with 1,506 votes to 710, or 67.5 percent.
  • Almost a hundred entries are expected in Philadelphia’s Christmas parade on Dec. 4 beginning at 6 p.m.
  • Supes, state agreement nets AMBUS for Neshoba EMS
    An ambulance bus or AMBUS has been added to the fleet of Neshoba County EMS, thanks to a memorandum of understanding between the Board of Supervisors and the state Department of Health.
  • Adult and juvenile face multiple charges in theft at school
    One adult and a juvenile  have been charged in connection with a break-in at Neshoba Central High School.
  • Man who fled nude  arrested on indictment
    A Philadelphia man indicted on a 2016 malicious mischief charge after officers said he drove his truck nude through the door of a camp house and took several items before climbing a tree in an attempt to avoid arrest was finally arrested last week.
  • The Hands of Hope’s annual community wide Thanksgiving dinner will be on Wednesday Nov. 22 at the Westside Community Center. Dine-in or carry out is available. Delivery is also available to the elderly and home bound.
  • Hundreds attend annual Wildlife Jamboree
    Parking spaces were hard to find in the Neshoba County Coliseum parking lot, Tuesday night, Nov. 14, as hundreds of people, representing all age groups, gathered for the annual Wildlife Jamboree.
  • Duo recognized for achievements in forestry
    We are excited to shine a spotlight on the Mississippi Forestry Association. They just concluded their annual meeting in Biloxi. Hurricane Nate almost interrupted, but the event was pulled off without a hitch.
  • Over 225 attend QDMA?banquet
    The Neshoba Chapter of QDMA (Quality Deer Management Association)  recently held its annual banquet with over 225 people in attendance.
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