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Neshoba General Hospital and Nursing Home’s newest Director of Radiology Jason Holland, a Neshoba County native, took over Sept. 17 after spending 17 years at a Meridian hospital.
Neshoba General Hospital and Nursing Home’s newest Director of Radiology Jason Holland, a Neshoba County native, took over Sept. 17 after spending 17 years at a Meridian hospital.
Wednesday, October 10, 2018 12:00 PM
A few weeks ago Jason Holland got the call to return to his hometown in an opportunity that would allow him the chance to work for his hometown hospital.
  • Neshoba band wins ‘Grand Champion’ title
    The “Grand Champion” trophy from the Northeast Regional Marching Championship came home with the 145-member Neshoba Central Big Blue Band Saturday night.
  • For the 13th year, Fall Fun Day will return to the Neshoba County Coliseum Thursday, Oct. 25 with a variety of fun activities for special needs children in the area.
  • Residents near Westside Park are seeking the community's help to raise $50,000 for improvements to the park and the swimming pool located in the park.
  • NC football stadium approved
    A new near $1.4 million football stadium on the Neshoba Central High School campus moved closer to fruition Monday night when the School Board accepted a bid from a Meridian construction company.
  • MSU’s Schaeffer peps CDP banquet
    Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaeffer said the goal to winning in sports and in business revolves around a number of factors.
  • MBCI unveils Tribal Council Hall
    The new $3.5 million Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians Tribal Council Hall & Program Offices officially opened Monday to great fanfare as several hundred Tribal members and distinguished guests came to be part of the festivities.
  • Man arrested for flight
    A Newton County man was arrested last Wednesday evening after he attempted to evade a Philadelphia Police Department safety checkpoint and took officers for a ride before crashing the car he was driving and fleeing by foot into a wooded area near Highway 15.
  • STARKVILLE — The congressional papers of U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper have found their home at Mississippi State University.
  • COUNTY JAIL DOCKET
    • Jeffrey Adams, 21, of 209 Sherwood Avenue, failure to pay
  • Golf tournament raises $50K for Relay for Life
    Rainy skies put a damper on the planned Relay for Life "Fore a Cure" golf tournament Thursday, but the rain couldn't dampen on the spirits of over 80 community and business leaders who came together at the Dancing Rabbit Golf Club for an afternoon of food and fellowship.
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