Today at The MAX: Lunch + A Movie: Sneakers

The third film in The MAX's Summer Film Series is Sneakers. Lunch + A Movie is happening today from 12 pm - 1 pm at The MAX in Meridian. James Earl Jones plays NSA Agent Bernard Abbott in this crime drama released in 1992. Leading a discussion of the film is Ward Emling, Retired Director of the Mississippi Film Commission. He will give you the  backstory behind the movie and discuss its  importance to film history. The last film... Read More.

Hearing set for Kosciusko man accused of killing Starkville eye doctor

A mental competency hearing has been set for a Kosciusko man accused of killing a Starkville eye doctor. The Starkville Daily News reports that Tommy Chisholm will have a hearing in Friday, July 26 in Oktibbeha County Circuit Clerk to determine whether he is mentally fit to face trial. He is accused of killing his “on-again, off-again” girlfriend Shauna Witt at her optometry clinic, located inside the Starkville Walmart, in January 2018. Chilsom is charged with capital murder and aggravated... Read More.
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Registration Open for Neshoba County Fair Exhibit Hall

Registration is open for the Neshoba County Fair Exhibit Hall. You can come by the MSU-Extension Service office and pick up your exhibitor number, entry forms, tags and stickers If you plan to exhibit items in the fair this year. Come by the Extension Service office and pick up a copy of the rules and regulations for the Neshoba County Fair Exhibit Hall; Youth ages 8-18 can enter items. Wednesday, July 24 is the deadline to pick entry forms, tags and... Read More.

ECCC Alumni and Friends Invited to Lunch with the Road Warriors 2019 Tour

The East Central Community College Alumni Association is coming to a town near you! Alumni Association officials, along with college President Dr. Billy Stewart, invite alumni and friends to join them during the month of July for “Road Warriors 2019 Tour.” Stewart and Director of Athletics Paul Nixon will join others at stops in each of the five counties East Central Community College serves, including Leake, Neshoba, Newton, Scott and Winston, on select days during the month. The one-hour event will... Read More.
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40th Annual Heart O’ Dixie Triathlon set for Neshoba County Fair

The 40th Annual Heart O’ Dixie Triathlon will be held Saturday, July 27. The Triathlon is sponsored by the Philadelphia Sertoma Club.  The Heart O' Dixie Triathlon is the sole fundraising campaign for the Sertoma Club. It was started in 1980. It is held the Saturday of the Neshoba County Fair. Beginning at 6:30am, the race starts with a .5 mile swim at Lake Tiak O'Khata in Louisville, followed by a 27.5 mile bike ride to the Hwy 15 &... Read More.

EC Day at the Neshoba County Fair is July 29

The annual EC Day at the Neshoba County Fair celebrating East Central Community College in Decatur is scheduled for Monday, July 29, at the Neshoba County Fairgrounds in Philadelphia. ECCC alumni, students, and prospective students and their families, and all fair goers are invited to attend EC Day at the Fair. The ECCC Collegians rock-n-roll band, the Warrior cheerleaders, and the Centralettes dance line are some of the entertainment scheduled for 1 to 2 p.m. at the Founders Square Pavilion. East Central... Read More.
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Huddle House Opens New Restaurant Location “Any Meal, Any Time” Opens Its Doors to Carthage 

Get ready, Carthage - Huddle House is here! Local residents no longer have to wait to satisfy that craving for good ‘ole Southern homestyle food.  The nation’s iconic neighborhood restaurant and gathering place announced today that it has opened its doors in Carthage. The restaurant is located at 701 Highway 16 West, where local residents are now able to enjoy the “Any Meal, Any Time” hometown hub morning, noon and night. “We’re thrilled to continue our growth and introduce Huddle House to Carthage,” said... Read More.