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Law enforcement agencies continue to search for 26-year-old Jacob Dove, who is wanted in connection with the theft of a truck following a two-vehicle wreck involving this van.
Law enforcement agencies continue to search for 26-year-old Jacob Dove, who is wanted in connection with the theft of a truck following a two-vehicle wreck involving this van.
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 12:00 PM
A Neshoba County man who allegedly stole a vehicle and fled the scene of a two-vehicle wreck on Highway 19 South near Tucker was convicted in a 2009 church burglary.
  • Volunteers honored during awards program
    Whether they received an award or not, volunteers in Neshoba County were recognized for their efforts, roles and many good deeds last Tuesday evening during the Community Development Awards Program which was held at the Neshoba County Coliseum.
  • The city is looking to repair a leaking roof at the old Booker T. Washington school building on Carver Avenue that’s serving more than 150 youth.
  • Neshoba Central NJROTC wins state title, besting over 80 teams
    The Neshoba Central NJROTC won the state championship Saturday in Jackson where they beat 84 JROTC programs. 
  • Johnson tapped to lead Resort
    Choctaw Resort Development Board members have named William “Sonny” Johnson as the official President and CEO of the Pearl River Resort, it was announced last week. The appointment was effective Jan. 1. 
  • The state Legislature convened on Jan. 8 and Sen. Jenifer Branning said she plans to continue fighting for Neshoba County’s conservative values during this session. 
  • Withers building career as pro arm wrestler
    Wayne Withers didn’t have to go to a special training camp or school to become a professional arm wrestler.
  • EMCC coach headlines Rotary
    Buddy Stephens, the head football coach at East Mississippi Community College, spoke at the Philadelphia Rotary Club on Monday.
  • But do you know where it comes from? Pizza and its origins will be one of the subjects discussed Tuesday night at the Library Gourmet, a monthly event at the Neshoba County Library. The program will start at 5:30 p.m.
  • • Draven Elias Barlow, 22, of 10040 Road 391, burglary-commercial BLG., CARS, etc
  • Hamby confirmed as Tribal AG
    N. Cheryl Hamby was confirmed as Attorney General for the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians during a regularly-scheduled Tribal Council meeting last Tuesday. 
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