Philadelphia Mayor James Young was in the station this morning. Click the link to listen
Neshoba County Covid-19 cases are still some of the highest in the state. A report was released Monday by MSDH stating that Neshoba county was ranked #3 for highest cases overall in the State and #4 for highest incidences. To date Neshoba has 671 positive cases, 69 of which are in LTC's. 39 People have died. Dr. Thomas Dobbs, State Health officer addressed the question regarding reasons for high cases in Neshoba County. He said while some cases were... Read More.
The Mid-Mississippi Library system is reopening on a modified basis. It was announced at the Carthage City Hall meeting on Monday night that the Mid-Mississippi Libraries would be reopening for curbside services only. Check your local library for detailed information. Carthage-Leake County Library # is 601-267-7821, Philadelphia, Neshoba County Library # 601-656-4911 and Kosciuso-Attala County Library # is 662-289-5141.
A new executive order extends restrictive guidelines in several counties including Neshoba. Governor Reeves issued a the new executive order to extend until Monday, June 8 at 8:00 AM. Counties include Holmes, Jasper, Lauderdale Neshoba and Wayne, all of which are considered high risk for Covid-19 transmission. "We continue to see more cases across the state, and it is a reminder that this is not over. A flat curve does not mean a community free of transmission—it means we are... Read More.
It might not have looked like a typical graduation, but Philadelphia High School graduates celebrated the milestone with big cheers and smiles during a ceremony Friday night. Graduation was held at the high school. Students lined up in cars, waiting for their turn to walk across the stage. Each graduate was allowed a maximum of two cars of loved ones. One by one, students exited their cars and were called on stage to receive their diploma and have their official portrait... Read More.
The Summer Employment Program has been postponed. The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians has announced that Youth Opportunity Program is delaying the summer employment program until further notice. This decision applies to all other activities and was made in order to ensure the safety and health of participants. For a additional questions, please call Youth Opportunity Program Office at 601-650-7321 or email [email protected] or [email protected]