Choctaw Utilities Boiled Water Notice

Because of a loss of water pressure, Choctaw Utilities has issued a precautionary boiled water advisory until further notice for all addresses on River Oaks Circle. Until then, it is recommended you do not drink tap water, use it to make drinks, use a dishwasher, use ice made from recent tap water, or cook with tap water unless it's boiled for at least one minute. Washing your hands, bathing, as long as no water is swallowed, and washing laundry is... Read More.

Neshoba County makes plans to allocate American Rescue Plan funds

Neshoba County is making plans to allocate the 5.6 Million total funding it will receive as part of the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) program, a part of the American Rescue Plan. According to Neshoba County Administrator Jeff Mayo, the Neshoba County Board of Supervisors has allocated $254,000 to be used in conjunction with Emergency Medical Service Operating Funds to acquire two new ambulances for the Neshoba County Ambulance Enterprise to be delivered in the first quarter... Read More.

Southeastern Professionals Final Rodeo returns to Neshoba

The Southeastern Professionals Final Rodeo is set to return to the Neshoba County Coliseum in Philadelphia on Friday and Saturday, February 4-5, with events like Calf Roping, Team Roping, Saddle Bronc Riding, Bareback Riding, Steer Wrestling, Break Away Roping, Barrel Racing along with Bull Riding, and not the mechanical type, the rip-snortin' type! Continue to check with for more information when it's available.  

Neshoba County Sheriff’s Office makes contraband arrests

The Neshoba Sheriff's Department, with assistance from the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics and Detention Officers at the Neshoba County Detention Center in Philadelphia, concluded a two-month-long investigation with the arrest of three individuals Wednesday in connection to contraband being brought in the detention center. DFrancis Davis of Philadelphia, along with an unnamed co-conspirator, concealed cigarettes and marijuana at the facility so they could be acquired later by Alexander Davis and Alexander Davis Jr., both of Philadelphia and inmates at... Read More.