Around 3,300 Neshoba County School District students will return to campus on August 5, for the first time since COVID-19 shut down schools in March. Superintendent Dr. Lundy Brantley said all students are urged... Read More.
The concerns of several Philadelphia School District parents and students were voiced this week, during a three day protest at the high school. They are speaking up against a number of problems they said the district... Read More.
Due to major impacts from COVID-19, Open Arms, Incorporated of Philadelphia began holding emergency curbside food distributions, in hopes of reaching anyone in the community who might be in need.
Dozens of people were at the first ever Juneteenth celebration in Neshoba County. The event was held at the old Booker T. Washington football field. Several local vendors and black-owned businesses are participated by providing food, selling t-shirts and... Read More.
As of June 17, the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians reported 884 confirmed cases of coronavirus, 58 deaths and 29 hospitalizations. However, the MBCI also reported 588 recoveries within the eight tribal communities. “We want to continue efforts to... Read More.
Neshoba Central High School held its second night of graduation Thursday evening. Around 70 students participated in the ceremony on the football field. Speeches from seniors and administration were given. Each graduate was given 12 tickets for... Read More.
The Neshoba County Animal Hospital hosted a free rabies clinic in Philadelphia, yesterday. The rabies clinic was part of Love Out Loud Neshoba, the week-long community service event going on now. Elizabeth Frohse from Neshoba County Animal Hospital said... Read More.
The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians confirmed Friday the death of Lena John Denson on June 11, due to complications from COVID-19. She was the former first lady of the Choctaw tribe. Her husband was Miko Beasley Denson, who served one... Read More.
Neshoba Central students grades 6 through 12 will hit the books, combining language, reading and history in the new social studies literacy initiative being introduced in the upcoming school year. "We need to expand students’ knowledge on history, not... Read More.
A Neshoba County man is charged with the attempted murder of his brother. Neshoba County Sheriff Eric Clark said Bryant Grays allegedly shot his brother with a 20- gauge sawed off shot gun, following a family dispute inside a... Read More.
Just over 200 students will graduate from Neshoba Central High School next week, with a few added cautions, due to COVID-19. The ceremony will happen on the football field, nearly one month after the originally scheduled graduation, with 60... Read More.
Philadelphia mayor reacts to spike in Neshoba County COVID-19 cases In just a few days’ time, Neshoba County has seen an increase of nearly 50 new COVID-19 cases. “We are... Read More.