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Philadelphia native Col. Allen McDaniel, executive director of the National Guard Association of Mississippi, delivered the keynote address Monday for a Veterans Day Ceremony held at the VFW.
Philadelphia native Col. Allen McDaniel, executive director of the National Guard Association of Mississippi, delivered the keynote address Monday for a Veterans Day Ceremony held at the VFW.
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 12:00 PM
How the military impacts not only a family, but also a community as a whole, was the focus of a Philadelphia native’s address at the Veterans Day program here on Monday.
  • Firefighters help after hurricane
    Three members of the Philadelphia Fire Department were part of Mississippi’s response last month after Hurricane Michael’s Category 4 winds ripped through communities in the Florida panhandle.
  • High school students meet with manufacturers
    Several area industries got a chance to meet some of their future workers Friday during the second East Central Mississippi Manufacturer’s Day which was held at the Neshoba County Coliseum.
  • A committee comprised of citizens is being formed to set priorities for improvements to the Westside Park.
  • University application day held at
    Philadelphia High School hosted an application day for seniors.
  • Hutcheson remembered as friend, bridge player
    Sara Hester Hutcheson was remembered by her many friends as a unique person who never let any setback slow her down.
  • County supervisors took early steps last Monday to acquire a new ambulance  for the county hospital.
  • Jail escapee caught in N.Y.
    A Philadelphia man who escaped the custody of the Neshoba County Sheriff’s Department has been arrested by U.S. Marshalls in Rochester, N.Y.
  • Student receives scholarship
    Ben Pace of Philadelphia, a first-year dental student at the University of Mississippi Medical Center School of Dentistry, has been awarded the Mississippi Rural Dentists Scholarship valued at $35,00
  • • La’Micheal Alford, 24, of 1502 45th Avenue of Meridian, carry concealed weapon-gun
  • Hyde-Smith, Espy in runoff set Nov. 27
    Incumbent U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith carried Neshoba County in the Nov. 8 special election, but it wasn’t enough to avoid a runoff set for Nov. 27.
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