Neshoba General Announces Relocation of Neshoba Urgent Care – Family Medicine Clinic

Neshoba General announces that Neshoba Urgent Care – Family Medicine Clinic of 1120 East Main Street, received significant storm damage on April 18, 2019. Effective, tomorrow, April 20, 2019, our Urgent Care Clinic will relocate to Neshoba Medical Pavilion, located at 213 East Hospital Road, Philadelphia, MS. Dr. Bobby Smith and Nurse Practitioner, Pam Stokes will both be seeing patients in this location until further notice. This location allows the providers to offer the same excellent care that our patients... Read More.

Stom clean up efforts begin in Neshoba County- VIDEO

The sky turned dark just after 4 o'clock in Neshoba County Thursday. Within minutes, a storm of heavy rain and intense winds plowed through the county.”It all happened pretty quickly. It was here and gone within a minute. Really it just came on so fast, blowing through these trees here. Then I see... Read More.

Leaders in Philadelphia Declare Local Emergency

Philadelphia Mayor James Young and the Board of Alderman have signed a proclamation declaring conditions in Philadelphia have met the requirements with damages caused by the severe storm and/or tornadoes experienced Thursday, April 18 as a local emergency.A severe line of storms rolled through Philadelphia around 4 pm Thursday afternoon. Most reports were of fallen trees across roads, trees falling on power lines, and trees that had fallen on homes.According to Philadelphia Mayor James Young, Holland Avenue and Poplar... Read More.

Man killed by tree in Neshoba County storm named by police

A man who was killed when a tree fell onto his car in a severe storm in Neshoba County has been named.Law enforcement says 81-year-old Ronald Moreland from Newton was driving along Highway 15 South near Linwood during Thursday’s severe weather when it happened.His next of kin has been informed.Highway 15 was shut down for several hours while crews worked the scene.

Storm related death reported in Neshoba County

Thursday's severe weather has turned deadly in Neshoba County.Neshoba County Coroner John Stephens said a driver on Highway 15 S. was killed when a tree hit his car.It happened Thursday afternoon in the Good Hope community about four miles from Philadelphia.Highway 15 was shut down for several hours while crews worked the scene.The victim's not has not been released.

armed robbery, DUI and other arrests in Neshoba County

John Jones, 40, 416 Austin Street, Philadelphia, armed robbery, possession of paraphernaliaBrian J Irvin, 33, 14930 Hwy 488, Philadelphia, harassing-threatening phone calls, public drunkTristen Stanley, 23, 35 Fire Tower Road, Louisville, driving under the influence (DUI) 1st offenseToby Colston,... Read More.

Mississippi Songwriter of the Year, Derek Norsworthy inks management deal with Frasco Entertainment

Boswell Media's Mississippi Songwriter of the Year, Derek Norsworthy has signed a management agreement with Frascogna Entertainment, a firm internationally recognized in representing artists such as 21 Pilots, R.LUM.R., James Brown, The Williams Brothers and Mississippi’s own 3 Doors Down.Norsworthy’s diligent work ethic in music caught the attention of firm founder X.M. Frascogna in 2016, leading to a string of independent deals, partnerships and Norsworthy writing the official fight song for a three time national champion JUCO football team... Read More.

New Trial Dates Set for Three Indicted for Theft and Wire Fraud Against MBCI

Continuances have been granted for three tribal members accused of embezzlement and wire fraud. Official documents form the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Jackson show that the trial dates for all three defendants: Anderson, Bell, and Edwards have been pushed over the next few months.According to the US District Attorney’s Office in Jackson, Rodrick Bell will have a May 16, 2019 trail date, Kevin Edwards will have a trail date of June 17, 2019 and Randy Anderson’s trial date has... Read More.