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Members of the Neshoba Central Naval Junior ROTC hold the banner they received earlier this month for winning its third state championship in the past five years. Those pictured are, front row, from left,  Cadets Evie Chapman, Edwin Carter, Hunter Lewis, Chris Allen, Victoria Warren, Cody Shipley, Shakendria Dixon, Emma Mowdy, and Captain Regan Kieff; second row from left, from left to right in the back row: Cadets Oscar Bell, Lindsey Beckham, Elliyonna Chickaway, Brayden Lilley, Ted John, Gerrett Isaac, Tyus Bell, Lucas Bell, and Brandon Smith-Walker.
Members of the Neshoba Central Naval Junior ROTC hold the banner they received earlier this month for winning its third state championship in the past five years. Those pictured are, front row, from left, Cadets Evie Chapman, Edwin Carter, Hunter Lewis, Chris Allen, Victoria Warren, Cody Shipley, Shakendria Dixon, Emma Mowdy, and Captain Regan Kieff; second row from left, from left to right in the back row: Cadets Oscar Bell, Lindsey Beckham, Elliyonna Chickaway, Brayden Lilley, Ted John, Gerrett Isaac, Tyus Bell, Lucas Bell, and Brandon Smith-Walker.
Wednesday, March 20, 2019 12:00 PM
The Neshoba Central Navy Junior ROTC added to its list of accomplishments this past weekend during the Navy Area-8 Drill Championship held in Baton Rouge.
  • New pawn shop
    A private contractor was installing a sewer line and storm drain at the corner of Lewis Avenue and Main Street for a new Brett’s Gun and Pawn building which will relocate from Highway 16 east.
  • Philly man off to jail for selling meth
    A Philadelphia man was sentenced to over 22 years in federal prison for drug trafficking charges earlier this month in Jackson
  • Stuart returns to Ellis March 28
    Marty Stuart returns to historic Ellis Theater March 28, a place where he grew up watching movies before going into the country music business.
  • Therapy dog back in action after surgery
    Zoie was once a stray dog, but she somehow found her way to River Birch Estate Assisted Living through strange circumstances and became the River Birch therapy dog.
  • Farmer’s Market gearing up
    Want to earn extra money this summer?
  • PAID POLITICAL AD/Mark Flake seeks election as Constable, Place 1
    My name is Mark Flake and I would like to formally announce my decision to become a candidate for Constable Place One in Neshoba County. 
  • Hosts fundraiser
    The Philadelphia Tornadoes Soccer Booster Club hosted a fundraiser for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Students were allowed to participate in the Rich Eisen “Run Rich Run” 40 yard dash program in exchange for donating $1 each to the hospital.
  • Philadelphia aims to pass smoking ban
    A motion to adopt a comprehensive smoke-free ordinance passed when the mayor broke a 2-2 tie during last Tuesday night’s meeting of the Philadelphia Mayor and Board of Aldermen.
  • Trains are very much part of the history of Country Music and of Philadelphia.
  • Dr. Seuss at Philadelphia Elementary School
    Ms. Saxton’s second grade class had surprise guest readers Quentin “Breon” Jordan and Lidetrick “Tulu” Griffin read to students at Philadelphia Elementary School last week in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday.
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