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Thursday, April 18, 2019 7:30 PM
One person is dead and widespread damage reported in Philadelphia and southwestern Neshoba County after strong winds ravaged the area late Thursday afternoon.
  • Supervisors buy new ambulance, 9-1-1 system
    County supervisors authorized escrow disbursements to pay for three of its more significant projects.
  • Pair indicted for bomb threats on Reservation
    JACKSON – David Keith Frazier, 33, and Lauren C. Willis, 26, both members of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their role in two bomb threats and a bank robbery that occurred March 19 on the Choctaw Indian Reservation.
  • In a little more than four months, East Central Community College plans to start its Diesel Equipment Technology program at the old U.S. Motors plant.
  • He is risen!
    Philadelphia artist and educator Frankie Harpole, along with her sister Tommie Banks, made and decorated a cross on display in the sanctuary of The First Presbyterian Church to commemorate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, which Christians worldwide will celebrate on Sunday as Easter.
  • The Philadelphia Fred’s store, located in 714 Pecan Avenue, has been slated to be close by the end of May
  • Anderson announces re-election bid for MBCI Chief
    Phyliss J. Anderson, Tribal chief of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, officially announced her re-election bid Saturday.
  • Visits legislature
    Mississippi Dental Association members and students from the School of Dentistry at UMMC spent time at the Mississippi Legislature advocating for oral health care issues such as strengthening the dental workforce and improving dental benefit coverage concerns.
  • Stuart named artist-in-residence at Country Music Hall of Fame
    Master country musician Marty Stuart will hold court at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum this fall, as the Nashville-based institution has named him its 2019 artist-in-residence.
  • Ellis Awards
    The first-ever Ellis Awards were handed out but the Philadelphia-Neshoba County Arts Council over the weekend.
  • • Jeffrey Adams, 21, of 209 Sherwood Avenue, trespassing
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