MBCI Expands Vaccine Distribution Again

Vaccine distribution is expanding once again. The Choctaw Health Center announced that vaccinations are now available for anyone qualifying according to phase 1B and 1C guidelines. This mean anyone age 57 or over can receive a vaccine as well as anyone 16 or older who has an underlying health condition. Children under 18 must have a parent present at the vaccination site and everyone must have an appointment. If you would like to schedule a drive through appointment... Read More.

Ball Registration Has Started in Philadelphia

Ball Registration has started in Philadelphia. That means TBall, Softball and Baseball are all on the schedule for Northside Park this spring. The deadline for registration is February 13th. The fee for T-ball is $50. and is for children four and five years of age. Softball and Baseball registration is $80. and for children ages 6-13. Registration takes place daily at Philadelphia City Hall between 8am-5pm.

Almost 200,000 Vaccinations Have Been Administered Across The State

193,429 vaccines have been administered in Mississippi with 175,817 first round vaccinations and 18,012 second round vaccinations. 1328 people have been vaccinated from Attala, 1258 people from Leake, 1572 from Neshoba and 1236 from Winston county. Overall 449,300 vaccines have been received and distributed throughout Mississippi as of today. Vaccines are available in our region at the Neshoba County Coliseum throughout the week if you have an appointment. According to the MSDH 37,000 additional vaccines are expected within the next week.... Read More.

Soccer Coaches Needed for Spring Soccer at Northside Park

Spring Soccer Registration is completed at Northside Park The good news is that Spring 2021 soccer registration was very strong. The other news is that now they need more volunteer soccer coaches to match the sign up. Additional coaches are needed in all age groups from 4 years to 13 for boys and girls. Now,... Read More.

Dixie National and Miss Rodeo Mississippi Pageant Winners Announced

The Pageant winners have been announced. The Miss Rodeo Mississippi and Dixie National Pageants were held last weekend. And the titles go to: Mary Claire Cornett, Purvis MS (Miss Rodeo Mississippi) Jacqueline Ervin, McComb, MS (Miss Dixie National) Mattie Holly, Brandon, MS (Miss Dixie National Princess) Wren Algee, Florence MS (Jr. Miss Dixie National) These ladies will go on to... Read More.

Open Arms Curbside Food Distribution Is Today

Open Arms food distribution continues today in Philadelphia. Food will be given out between 3:45-5:15pm. And organizers are encouraging you to share food distribution information with family, friends, or neighbors who may benefit from receiving food staples during this current economic crisis. Please remember official guidelines listed below. Remember our guidelines: *STAY in your vehicle. *Roll down your passenger window. *One bag per vehicle. *Distribution will... Read More.

Free Covid-19 Testing Today In Attala County, Appointment Mandatory

Free Covid-19 testing is available today at the Attala County Health Department. However, before getting tested you must first be screened by speaking with a UMMC clinician to determine your likelihood of COVID-19 infection or exposure. This can be done by calling 601-496-7200 or completing the UMMC COVID-19 online patient Screening form. *College and University students, faculty or staff child care facility workers will be tested for free without symptoms or exposure but must make an... Read More.

449,300 Vaccines Distributed In Mississippi

Vaccinations continue. 449,300 vaccines have been received and distributed throughout Mississippi as of today. 184,398 vaccines have been administered with 163,856 first round vaccinations and 16,542 second round vaccinations. 1283 people have been vaccinated from Attala, 1154 people from Leake, 1501 from Neshoba and 1219 from Winston county. Vaccines are available in our region at the Neshoba County Coliseum throughout the week if you have an appointment. We will keep you updated as more appointments and vaccines become available.