Philadelphia Rotary Students of The Month for April Announced

Philadelphia Rotary students of the month have been announced. From left are Kearson Grisham, Choctaw Central High School; Logan Flowers, Neshoba Central High School; and Asha Brand, Philadelphia High School. At right is Elizabeth Frohse, student of the month chairman. A special thanks to all school officials and parents who attended today's meeting to help us recognize these students.

150+Employment Openings Available At Pearl River Resort Job Fair Starting Today

Pearl River Resort to Host a Job Fair and will hire on the spot. The Resort is hosting a Job Fair today and tomorrow at the Silver Star Convention Center. The event will be held from 10am until 3pm both days. Over 150 positions are available within food and beverage, hotel, spa and salon and Geyser Falls Water Theme Park and many include great benefits.  Company paid disability and health insurance  Competitive wages  Discounts on property  401-k savings plan... Read More.

EC Lady Warriors Sweeps Doubleheader with Meridian Lady Eagles

The East Central Community College Lady Warriors were back on the "Mound" at the Softball Complex in Decatur today hosting the Meridian Community College Lady Eagles in a softball doubleheader. The Lady Warriors easily defeated the Lady Eagles in game one which was called in the 5th inning due to the "8 Run Rule" winning the game 10-2. It was a much closer contest in game two, with the Lady Eagles taking a 6-4 lead in the top of... Read More.

Neshoba County Sheriff’s Deputies and Detention Press 26 Charges or Detainments Over Last 36 Hours

Neshoba County Sheriff’s Deputies and Detention Staff have set 26 charges or detainments over the last 36 hours. The Neshoba County Sheriff's Department has released the following information. o 3-Possession of Controlled Substance (Felony) o 1-Possession of Controlled of Controlled Substance within Correctional Facility (Felony) o 3-Possession of Paraphernalia o 1-Driving while License Suspended o 2-No proof of Liability Insurance o 2-Driving under influence other substance o 9-Possession of Marijuana in Motor Vehicle o 1-Possession of Controlled Substance... Read More.

Reckless Driver Stop Leads to Possession of Controlled Substance, Paraphernalia, Suspended License Charges

A Philadelphia Police Officer on a transport to Winston County notified Neshoba County Deputies of a reckless driver travelling Highway 15 earlier today.  Deputies intercepted the vehicle and executed a traffic stop on Highway 15N and the intersection of County Road 561 (North Pecan Avenue) in Neshoba County.  The white Chevrolet Malibu was driven by Bryan Mitchell Cook of 2323 County Road 660, Quitman, MS.  The traffic stop netted more than 8g of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. Bryan Mitchell Cook... Read More.

Undefeated Neshoba Central Lady Rockets Ranked #1 Nationally

The Neshoba Central ladies softball team is ranked number 1 nationally according to the USA Today High School Super 25 Poll. Moving up from the number 3 spot last week, the Lady Rockets are the only Mississippi ladies high school softball team currently ranked in the top 25 nationally. NCSD Superintendent Dr. Lundy Brantley said "we are really excited about our number 1 ranking. There is a lot of time and effort in everything the team does. We have to... Read More.

Brian Pace and Courtney Gill Named to the 2021 Phi Theta Kappa All-Mississippi Community College Academic Team

East Central Community College sophomores Brian Pace of Collinsville and Courtney Gill of Carthage were named to the 2021 Phi Theta Kappa All-Mississippi Community College Academic Team. The All-Mississippi Community College Academic Team recognizes scholarly achievements and leadership accomplishments of students enrolled in the state’s two-year colleges. Pace was named to the First Team and Gill was a Second Team honoree. A graduate of Neshoba Central High School and a business-marketing major, Pace is president of Phi Theta Kappa honor society,... Read More.