Kicks Picks Grand Prize winner and top players announced

Another exciting and competitive season of Kicks Picks Presented By Wheel-In Grocery of Carthage recently concluded. Mike Hatcher of Kosciusko was announced Friday as the winner of flat screen TV from Wheel-In Grocery. 2019 was the most played season in the 16 year history of Kicks Picks. Kicks Picks is a weekly high school and college football pick'em contest available on and   Top Kicks Picks players of 2019: 1.    Mike Hatcher                         Kosciusko 2.   Ronald Ballard                        Kosciusko 3.    Kevin Pullen                           Kosciusko T4.   Darrin Pickett                        Philadelphia T4.  ... Read More.

attempted murder and other arrests in Neshoba County

Malcom Coburn, 29, 403 Barehand Street, Philadelphia, driving under the influence (DUI) 1st offense, possession of a controlled substance, failure to appear, grand larceny, simple assault, fleeing assault Robert A Herrington, 34, 10141 Dogwood Lane, Philadelphia, possession of marijuana Herbert Wallace Wilson, 75, 11670 Road 212, Philadelphia, attempted murder

Philadelphia’s First Annual Holiday Toy Run “Just for Kids”

Philadelphia’s First Annual Holiday Toy Run “Just for Kids” will be held on Saturday, December 14. Sponsored by God’s House in conjunction with the local chapter of Kinfolk MC and other Motorcycle riders. Riders will gather at 9 am at God’s House located at 256 Gum Street in Philadelphia. Everyone is invited to attend the event, admission is one new unwrapped toy (boy or girl). Pastor Scott Boatner will be available to pray with anyone who desires prayer.

DUI and other arrests in Neshoba County

Leroy Frazier, 51, 13750 Hwy 491 N, Philadelphia, driving under the influence (DUI) 1st offense, no insurance Lakendra Bland, 26, 102 East Fountain Road, Forest, driving under the influence (DUI) other substance Sharkira Tiauna Hayes, 23, 460 North 6th Ave, Forest, shoplifting, contempt of court, trespassing

Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians partners with Central Electric Power Association (CEPA)

A check in the amount of $45,600 was presented to the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians by Central Electric Power Association (CEPA) through a TVA new construction incentive program for the Pearl River Elementary School Upper Elementary Building. Accepting the check on behalf of the Tribe was Tribal Chief Cyrus Ben. Pryor Morrow served as the architectural and engineering firm responsible for the design of the building, as well as the TVA Preferred Partner. Individuals in the photo (left to... Read More.

DUI, burglary and other arrests in Neshoba County

Kiara Baxstrum, 30, 103 Linda Lou Lane, Philadelphia, simple assault by threat, aggravated assault, possession of a controlled substance Ken Frazier, 37, 232 Lewis Road, Philadelphia, driving under the influence (DUI) 1st offense Nicholas Nene Jr, 39, 549 Bogue Chitto Circle, Philadelphia, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, possession of paraphernalia

New site for bail hearing of Curtis Flowers

A judge has set a new site for next week’s bail hearing for a Mississippi man who has been tried six times for murder in the 1996 shooting deaths of four people in a furniture store. Court officials said Monday that Curtis Flowers’ hearing will take place Dec. 16 at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Winona. Last week, Circuit Judge Joseph Loper said the hearing would take place on that date in another county. But Loper’s schedule changed, and the hearing... Read More.

Coat Racks Still Up At The Junction

The Junction is making a difference during this cold weather. Philadelphia, Carthage, Union, Newton, and Scooba all have a coat rack out front . If you are cold and need one then take one. If you have one to give please take it to the Junction and put it on the rack. This is a great idea to help right here in our communities. Let's fill the coat racks up! Thanks to the Junction for being a great Corporate... Read More.